Contributing sermons since Feb 25, 2002
Contributed on Feb 20, 2003
Here is a teaching on the importance of truth and how God DETESTS lies. There’s even an eye opener in regards to the character of God and lies.
NOTHING BUT THE TRUTH When a witness in a court of law takes the stand, he or she makes a solemn pledge to “tell the truth, the whole truth, and nothing but the truth” • Not to dilute the truth • Not to expand on the truth • Not to interpret the truth • Just to tell the plain truth At ...read more
Contributed on Apr 16, 2002
Here is an informatal message on the Spiritual Gifts, their funtions, and their purpose. This message is a great Postmodern (decontructive) approach to discovering Spiritual Gifts.
(Before we started, I geve everyone a simply Spiritual Gifts test that had about 50 short questions on them and we reviewed them together) So, we’re talking about Spiritual Gifts. What they are. What they’re not. We’re going to talk about the point of these gifts. I mean, what is the point? I’m ...read more
Contributed on Apr 2, 2002
Here is a motivational message that will drive home the point that pursuing excellence is not always fun, and may not bring instant results. However, the end result (if found in Christ) is worth more than gold.
The proof of your DESIRE is in your PURSUIT! Daniel 1:8-17 Daniel 3:13-18 Four theorems from the text 1. The pursuit of excellence will most always seem foreign to those on the OUTSIDE looking IN! (See Dan. 1:10 and 3:14) In 1:10 - The official didn’t understand why Daniel would not ...read more
Contributed on Feb 25, 2002
Here is a message that is based from The 50 Day Spiritual Adventure "More Than Survivors". It’s has a bit of a postmodern feel to it, but with a strong challenge to get into the everyday world so many Christians are offended by.
INTRO: Here’s a question! Have you ever spoken with someone visiting from another country? What’s the one thing we always seem to ask a foreigner? “How do you like America?” And what’s the one thing they always seem to say in return? “I like America. America very good”, or whatever the variation of ...read more