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  • Peter Pharis

    Contributing sermons since Jun 17, 2007
Peter's church

FBC Stephenville
Stephenville Texas , 76401
555-1212

About Peter
  • Education: MDIV-BL 2001 Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary
  • Experience: Selden Baptist Church 4 1/2 years
  • Best advice given to me about preaching: from Dr Robert Naylor former president of SWBTS: "The best day of your life will be when you can bow your head and know that you are doing jsut what God wants you to do."
  • If I could Preach one more time, I would say...: repent, embrace God’s love, forgive and embrace others
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Newest Sermons

  • Go Tell Your Neighbor

    Contributed on Oct 24, 2014
     | 2,229 views

    We must go and tell the World about Jesus. It begins with telling those closest to us. Sometimes it means telling other Christians the Gospel.

    TEXT We don’t know his given name. He may have used the name legion a long time. That is the way people knew him. Legion, swarmed by a cloud of demons. Now he was healed, free and in his right mind. I want to call him Marty. we'll find out why later. Marty wanted to follow ...read more

  • Speechless

    Contributed on Nov 22, 2013
     | 1,016 views

    We hear the story of God's grace and repeat our favorite verses of His gift of salvation. How many times are you rendered speechless over the greatness of His gift?

    Movie about 10 years ago called RADIO. About a man who learned that life is not about winning and power but true wealth and joy comes from goodness, forgiveness and love. A football coach takes a liking to a mentally handicapped young man and invites him to share in the practices and football ...read more

  • Jacob, How Big Is Your God?

    Contributed on Jun 17, 2007
    based on 3 ratings
     | 932 views

    This is a Father’s day sermon concerning Jacob’s return from Haran. It asks is your God big enough to deliver from danger, forgive and keep His promises.

    A businessman suffered some financial losses at the same time when his wife was seriously ill. He came home one day, discouraged and respondent. His five-year-old daughter, sensing her father’s mood, gave him a hug and said, "Yesterday in Sunday school, my teacher said that God raised Jesus back ...read more