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  • Michael Tkachuk

    Contributing sermons since Dec 17, 2004
Michael's church

Nativity of the Blessed Virgin Mary
Brandon, *Province/Other R7A 0G7

About Michael
  • Education: Bachelor of Arts - University of Manitoba Bachelor of Education - Brandon University Master of Education - University of Manitoba Certificate of University Studies in Theology - Eastern Christian Studies - Univeristy of Ottawa & St. Paul’s University.
  • Experience: 26 years as classrrom teacher in an elementary school 6 years as permanent deacon 12 years as pastor.
  • Family: Married. No children.
  • What my parents think of my sermons: Both of my parents have gone to eternity to be with the Lord.
  • Books that have had an impact: Mere Chrisrianity - C.S. Lewis The Lasr Lecture - RAndy Pausch
  • Hobbies: Music, capentry, writing of poetry, curling, hockey, baseball, golf
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  • Jesus Encounter With A Canaanite Woman

    Contributed on Oct 6, 2014
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    A Canaanite woman approaches Jesus pleading with Him to heal her daughter who was possessed by a demon.

    Have you noticed how some people just keep going and going like that energizer bunny even when they seem to be fighting a lost cause? Take Rob Ford for example. In his first public appearance since being hospitalized, Toronto Mayor Rob Ford vowed to supporters to 'beat cancer' the same way he says more

  • 12th Sunday After Pentecost

    Contributed on Sep 1, 2014

    A rich young man approaches Jesus and asks Him what more must he do to achieve everlasting life. He has kept all the commandments that Jesus mentioned but felt that he needed to do something more. Jesus tells him to sell all he has and follow Him.

    In our Gospel reading this morning we find a rich young man talking to Jesus about a very important matter. This young man is deeply concerned about eternity and wants to know what he must do achieve everlasting life. But when Jesus offers him with some very good advice, the man isn’t ready more

  • 10th Sunday After Pentecost

    Contributed on Aug 22, 2014
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    Christ teaches us that our faith, however small it may be, is very much alive, very active and powerful! He compares the growth of our faith to the raising of a tiny mustard seed. If we keep it alive and nature it, we can move mountains with it.

    Our Gospel reading this morning deals with the topic of faith. Last Sunday St. Matthew told us about Simon Peter’s faith and his momentary loss of it when he took his eyes off Jesus. In today’s Gospel reading Jesus tells us that the strength of our faith determines our ability to more

  • Ninth Sunday After Pentecost

    Contributed on Aug 10, 2014
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    While Jesus was praying on the mountain, the disciples were in a boat trying to cross the sea. Jesus approaches the boat walking on water. They thought it was a ghost and it frightened them until Jesus spoke up.

    Ninth Sunday after Pentecost Our Gospel reading this morning talks about the apostles’ struggle with fear as a raging storm tosses their boat like a cork on the churning sea. Now fear could be a good thing or it can be a bad thing. It can cripple us or it can be a lifesaver. Someone once more

  • 8th Sunday After Pentecost

    Contributed on Aug 1, 2014

    Jesus feeds five thousand with five loaves and two fish. Apostles are overwhelmed when Jesus directs them to feed the people in a remote area where no food is available.

    8 Sunday after Pentecost Matthew 14:14-22 Have you noticed that it’s always the busy people who are more likely to accept additional responsibilities rather than those who have more time. And, why is it that poorer people are more likely to donate to charitable causes, sooner than rich more

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