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  • Rev. Chris Swanson

    Contributing sermons since Mar 12, 2020
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About Rev. Chris
  • Education: D.Min, MBA, BSHA
  • Experience: I'm Bro. Chris. This is a collection of my sermons and sermon outlines that God has laid upon my heart to present to others. All scripture is from the King James Version, which is my preferred version of the Bible. God called me into the ministry 20+ years ago. I have been privileged to have had the opportunity to preach for a church broadcast at a Christian radio station. I have served as a Sunday School teacher, as a youth director along with my wife, as a music director, as an Associate Pastor, and as an Interim Pastor. I prefer a traditional country church worship service, where the 1611 King James Version (KJV) is utilized, and the music comes from the old red back church hymnal. My favorite style of music is Southern Gospel and Bluegrass Gospel, but I do enjoy Praise / Worship, and Contemporary Christian music as well. A church service does not need to be so rigid that it follows a strict regime. Too many churches pass out a "menu" of what and how the service will go. There needs to be order in a worship service, but when man starts dictating everything that goes on during the service, it leaves out the opportunity for the Holy Spirit to move. And, if the Holy Spirit cannot move in the service, hearts will not be touched. https://swansonministries.vistaprintdigital.com My books can be found on Amazon.
  • Comment to those looking at my sermons: May the Lord speak through the words. There are some ministers that will use, what I call big words, to make themselves look impressive. Our sermons should be easy enough to understand that a child can grasp the concept. Keep it simple.
  • Books that have had an impact: The Left Behind series.
  • If I could Preach one more time, I would say...: Get back to the basics.
  • What I want on my tombstone: He tried to do what God called him to do. Remember what was, Look through what is, And see what will be.
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  • Salty Or Bland

    Contributed on Jul 6, 2021
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    What is salt used for and what is it good for?

    What is salt used for and what is it good for? Salt Seasons: To treat or to prepare for use, to give more flavor. Spiritual saltiness - Do not blend in. You add salt to enhance the flavor of food. We are the salt that God uses to lead a hungry people to food. But if we are not ‘salty’ enough we ...read more

  • I Charge Thee

    Contributed on May 31, 2021
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    What does it mean to be charged? I am not referring to a person using their credit card to make a purchase, nor am I referring to an assertion of blame or guilt.

    I Charge Thee: What does it mean to be charged? I am not referring to a person using their credit card to make a purchase, nor am I referring to an assertion of blame or guilt. Paul made a charge to Timothy to do something. What Paul is referring to here is that Timothy was charged (entrusted) ...read more

  • Exercise

    Contributed on May 8, 2021
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    How do we exercise with God?

    From the start it looks as though Enoch fared more regrettable than the other patriarchs; he lived on earth just 365 years. Enoch was transferred straightforwardly to heaven without dying. At that point, that would imply that Enoch lived longer than any patriarch, for he never saw death. So, if we ...read more

  • A Lesson In The Leftovers

    Contributed on Jan 4, 2021
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    Have we ever thought about what happened with the leftovers?

    Undoubtedly many have heard this passage of Scripture before. Hopefully, many have read this story. This is the story of where Jesus feeds the multitude, the five thousand. What a miracle to perform. I cannot imagine trying to feed that many people. no doubt there are quite a few mothers out there ...read more

  • La Batalla No Es Tuya

    Contributed on May 26, 2020
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    ¿Cómo luchamos cuando vemos que el enemigo es tan grandioso? ¿Cómo soltamos y no peleamos cuando sentimos que debemos hacerlo?

    Una gran multitud vino contra el rey Josafat y el pueblo de Judá. Josafat llamó a la gente a ponerse serios con Dios y ayunar. Considera sus pecados y reza. Esto reforzaría su penitencia y les recordaría su debilidad y la necesidad de depender de Dios. La oración ...read more

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