• Matthew Bushnell

    Contributing sermons since Nov 29, 2006
Matthew's church

Stafford Heights Baptist Church
Stafford Heights, *Province/Other 4053
61 7 33596855

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Newest Sermons

  • Words Of Eternal Life

    Contributed on Nov 29, 2006
    based on 4 ratings

    Sermon from John 6 on where does our hope come from and why.

    Where does our hope come from? In a world full of hopelessness and helplessness, we need hope. Without hope we may as well just give up on life and so many people every day do just that. Now you’re probably sitting there and you know what I’m going to say. You know the answer to the question. more

  • Barbarians, Sythians And Other Dead People (Or "Get Over Yourself")

    Contributed on Nov 29, 2006
    based on 2 ratings

    A sermon based on Colossians 3:5-10 challengeing personal agendas. (Preached as a very first sermon at the commencement of a new church ministry).

    Barbarians, Sythians, and other dead People Personal Intro – Thank you for the welcome my family and I have received from many of you. I have had opportunity to meet a lot of people and learn names. That will take some time and I thank you for your patience as we get to know each more

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  • According To A Middle-Eastern Fable, A Merchant ...

    Contributed on Nov 29, 2006
    based on 1 rating

    According to a middle-eastern fable, a merchant from Baghdad once asked his servant to run an errand. While at the markets, the servant went around a corner and saw ‘Lady Death’. She terrified him so much that he returned to his master in a great rush. “I am terrified,” said the servant. “I want more

  • Jenna And I Boarded A -1:00 A.m. Flight In Tel ...

    Contributed on Nov 29, 2006

    Jenna and I boarded a -1:00 A.M. flight in Tel Aviv which would carry us back to the States. Travelling is always hectic, but that night it was especially bad. The plane was packed and we were delayed because of extra-tight airport security. As we boarded, I realized that our seats weren’t more