Contributing sermons since Aug 14, 2003
Contributed on Jul 16, 2007
The challenge of Christ is to have a passion for people. We can learn how to do this from the story of the Good Samaritan.
1. Lesson Intro a. Can you name some famous neighbors i. Tim “Tool Man” Taylor – Wilson ii. Ricky and Lucy Ricardo – Fred and Ethel Mertz iii. Daren & Samantha Stevens – Abner ad Gladys Kravitz iv. jerry Seinfeld – kosmo Kramer b. Scripture calls us to be good neighbors, but what ...read more
Contributed on Jul 9, 2007
A study of Naaman and God’s simple process of restoration.
1. Lesson Intro a. Restoration is difficult work i. easier to build a home than to restore one b. Washington monument i. 1886 - $250,000 ii.Renovation 1986 – 86 million. c. Restoring one’s life is just as difficult. 2. The Work of Art a. (2 Ki ...read more
Contributed on Jul 3, 2007
A challenge for disciples to follow Jesus, even when his path leads away from our sense of security, responsibility and identiy.
a. Lesson Intro i. Are you a follower or a leader? A young girl was applying to an Ivy League college with great anticipation. That is until she came to the question, “Are you a leader?” She agonized over the question for a while and finally told the truth. “No” she wrote, “I am not a ...read more
Contributed on Dec 9, 2005
God is relentlessly trying to get our attention. Let’s learn from the life of Jonah to watch for his attempts.
Title: Can You Hear Me Now . . . Good Text : Jonah Author: Scott Cody Herrin church of Christ www.herrincoc.com How did your parents get your attention when you were little? Some snapped their fingers and that sound could be heard across an entire room filled with people. Somehow, we ...read more
Contributed on Nov 13, 2003
A personal reflection on the life of a great man and the example he left us all to follow.
A man bought a parrot, but when he got him home, the parrot started cursing and biting people. They tried everything from soft music to talking nicely to it, but nothing worked. One day, after the bird let out a string of expletives, the man, in a fit of anger grabbed the bird and threw him into ...read more