• Martin Odom

    Contributing sermons since Dec 25, 2006
Martin's church

Bethel Village AMEC
Harrisburg, Pennsylvania 17102

About Martin
  • Family: The Bethel Village is a multigenerational, multicultural A.M.E. Church in which people are warmed with the love, inspired with the hope and empowered by the power that we have in our savior Jesus Christ. We emphasize:prayer, praise, Bible teaching, community service and all aspects of kingdom building to make a meaningful difference in the lives of those God allows us to serve. The Village is a place where all are welcome as we serve God and humanity with a spirit of excellence.
  • Books that have had an impact: Dr. Samuel D. Proctor, the Substance of Things Hoped For, Dr. William D. Watley, Bring the Fill Tithe,
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  • Sight And Vision

    Contributed on Dec 25, 2006
    based on 35 ratings

    Vision is the key to accessing the invisible spiritual supplies that God provides to sustain us through difficult times.

    Sight and Vision 2 King 6:12-17 Not long ago my wife made me go to the doctor. The married men know what I am talking about when I say that she made me go to the doctor. I was just going for a check up, but you know that there are some parts of that check up that I find particularly more

  • The Unpopular Truth

    Contributed on Dec 25, 2006
    based on 6 ratings

    Using John the Baptist as a model, this sermon challenges us to become serious about making a meaningful difference in our neighborhood and community.

    THE UNPOPULAR TRUTH MARK 1:1-11 There is an old gospel song we used to sing some of you may know it. I’m running for my life, I’m running for my life, I’m running for my life. ---If anybody asks you what’s the matter with me, just tell them I’m saved, sanctified, Holy Ghost filled, and more

  • Outrageous Love

    Contributed on Dec 25, 2006
    based on 10 ratings

    We don’t have to do anything to earn God’s love. God loves us because we belong to Him. This was the final sermon in a series called That’s Outrageous.

    Outrageous Love Romans 5: 1-8 We are living in a society that rewards success and punishes failure. From a very early age we are taught and conditioned to make good grades, to do well, to succeed, and to achieve. ---Those who do well are often the recipients of rewards, opportunities and more

  • Sit Down And Be Counted

    Contributed on Dec 25, 2006
    based on 8 ratings

    Men are always so busy doing things that we seldom stop to allow God to minister in our lives. This sermon encourages men to surrender themselves to Jesus so we may gain more than expected. This is a Men’s Day sermon I preached at my church.

    SIT DOWN AND BE COUNTED JOHN 6: 1 -13 The gospel according to St. John is vastly different than all of the other gospels. While the other three are called the synoptic gospels, which simply means that they give a synopsis or summary of Jesus’ life, John is after something different. John more

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