• Michael Durst

    Contributing sermons since Jan 26, 2006
Michael's church

Iglesia del Nazareno en Westerville
Westerville, Ohio 43081

About Michael
  • What my spouse (really) thinks of my sermons: Most of my sermons are in Spanish, so she doesn’t understand them. At least that way she can’t get mad at me for telling stories.
  • What I want on my tombstone: Well done Good and Faithful servant.
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  • Peter Goes Back To Fishing

    Contributed on Dec 6, 2007
    based on 24 ratings

    After Christ died, Peter went back to what the used to do, fish. Are we ever tempted to return to the way we lived before Christ?

    When I was in elementary school, my best friend was Jon Barleycorn. From kindergarten through fifth grade, we were best friends, both in and out of school. And his family introduced me to fishing. I would go with them to Buckeye Lake and we would fish from his grandmothers’ dock and from his more

  • Table Fellowship With Christ

    Contributed on Dec 6, 2007

    Why does Jesus want to come in and dine with us as it says in the book of Revelations. Three purposes accomplished through spending time together with Christ.

    I love spoons. Not only do they help mix your chocolate milk, but they are essential in one of my favorite games, which just happens to share their name. Spoons, if you are not familiar with the game, don’t worry, you will learn about it this morning. I decided it would be better to make a short more

  • What Are Your Commitments?

    Contributed on Dec 6, 2007
    based on 3 ratings

    A look at the extreme commitment of Ruth, and how we should do likewise.

    I have had the privilege of officiated two weddings this summer. Since being ordained last May, I have officiated a total of four weddings, and two of the four have been relatives of my wife. Jen has a big family, and by family I am not referring to brothers and sisters. She only has one more

  • Being And Making Disciples

    Contributed on Dec 6, 2007
    based on 1 rating

    A biblical explanation of why being a follower is not enough. We need to first be disciples of Christ, and then make disciples.

    By a show of hands this morning, how many of you have ever played golf? That includes on a course, at the driving range, or even putt putt. Now, how many of you like golf? Trust me, playing golf and enjoying golf do not always go together. I seem to enjoy golf much more when I in my office more

  • Do We Serve God Only To Reach Heaven?

    Contributed on Dec 6, 2007
    based on 4 ratings

    This sermon challenges people to examine their motivations for being Christian. Is it just to avoid hell? Or is it a natural response to the Love of God?

    I want to talk with you today about a man named Moses. I don’t know, but you may have heard of him before, I’m not sure. Moses is a man who follows the Lord. Moses is a man who works hard, and who tries to help others follow God. I had the chance to met Moses about a year and a half ago. I more