• Reggie Corfield

    Contributing sermons since Dec 28, 2002
Reggie's church

Asbury United Methodist Church
Comway, South Carolina 29526

About Reggie
  • Education: D. Min
  • Experience: 25 years pastoral ministry and 5 years as hospice chaplain
  • Comment to those looking at my sermons: May the good Lord open your heart to his presence
  • Family: Married with two daughters and two grandson
  • What my spouse (really) thinks of my sermons: Says "Good" and nothing more
  • Best advice given to me about preaching: Be yourself, speak from the heart and always use words that comfort and give hope.
  • Hobbies: Fishing, hunting, gardein and carpentry
  • What I want on my tombstone: Well done thou good and faithful servant......
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  • Forgiveness Is Not A Choice

    Contributed on Aug 12, 2014
    based on 2 ratings

    Forgiveness has eternal consequences. Perhaps that is why Jesus included it in his model prayer saying we are forgiven only when we forgive. Satan does not have to get us with every sin in the bible. All he needs is to get us with one.

    I want to start with something funny, so listen to this. One Sunday a Preacher’s message was about forgiveness. Hoping to have made an impact, towards the end of the sermon, he asked his congregation, “How many of you have been able to forgive those who offended more

  • Never Give Up!

    Contributed on Aug 12, 2014
    based on 4 ratings

    Many of us are too quick to throw in he towel and give up on God; when we do that we are doing exactly what the devil wants us to do. We are to persevere and trust God to do the impossible.

    This morning I want to talk a little about the rewards of never giving up on God. Today’s gospel story is about a persistent woman and a disinterested God. It is also about a mother who would not take “no” as an answer. The woman was a Canaanite which meant she was a gentile. more

  • Where There Is Suffering You Will Surely Find The Savior

    Contributed on Mar 26, 2014
    based on 4 ratings

    The Father's will is to heal and bless his children. Some are satisfied with bodily healing; we must go a step further and receive spiritual healing.

    Today’s story from John’s gospel is about a solitary human being who was born blind. He had never seen a sunrise or the beauty of a flower. He hadn’t seen the face of his parents or another human being and yet…….. he never complained. He was alive but his more

  • Abraham's Model Of Progression In Faith

    Contributed on Mar 13, 2014

    All the stories of the bible are beautiful but some are timeless like the calling of Abraham. Abraham is referred to as the “father of faith” and as we examine his life and faith, I see a four part progression begining with obedience.

    Sermon – Four part progression of faith (Romans 4: 1-5; John 3-16 and Genesis 12: vs 1 – 4). I wonder if you noticed that all three readings for today are about faith. As we make our Lenten journey towards the glorious resurrection of our Lord, it is so appropriate more

  • We Cannot Please God With Hipocrosy

    Contributed on Oct 23, 2013

    God honors the prayer that crys out to him for mercy. It does not have to be a lengthy prayer but when it is from our heart it will reach his.

    I’m sure many of you are familiar with the nursery rhyme that goes like this “Little Jack Horner, sat in a corner, eating his Christmas pie, he put in his thumb and pulled out a plum and said ……(wait for congregation to answer) what a good boy am I”. Before anyone more