• Sheila Crowe

    Contributing sermons since Sep 25, 2002
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Collins Memorial United Methodist Church
Atlanta, Georgia 30318

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  • Praying Without Losing Heart

    Contributed on Aug 23, 2009
    based on 8 ratings

    Praying without giving up

    A young man went into a drugstore to buy 3 boxes of chocolate: small, medium, and large. When the pharmacist asked him about the three boxes, he said, “Well, I’m going over to a new girlfriend’s house for supper. Then we’re going out. If she only lets me hold her hand, then I’ll give her the small more

  • What Time Is It?

    Contributed on Aug 23, 2009
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    It is time for new beginnings, a time for resurrection; a time for emptiness to be filled, a time of obedience and time for us to live by eternal time not ordinary time.

    This week, in fact, next Sunday, Gene and I will celebrate our 29th anniversary….now grant it it isn’t as long as Marion and Mary Sue have been married but none the less it is still an amazing achievement considering….well enough said. When we got married, we had a small simple ceremony at my more

  • Religion And Government

    Contributed on Aug 6, 2009

    We need to restore to society a common moral code by being a light of Christ actively involved in our communities. Religion should be in government but government must not be in religion

    As we struggle to understand to live out our faith and God’s will in our lives, we know that God does in fact care about all of the issues we will address during our Tough Issues Sermon series. Can anyone who is a believer truly think that God does not care what we think regarding criminal justice more

  • "Farfrumcheatin” (Confession)

    Contributed on Aug 6, 2009

    confessing our sins to God

    When we have done something wrong it fester insides, gnawing away at our subconscious. It keeps us awake, makes us irritable, cross and quick tempered. It depresses us and grinds at self confidence. The guilt eats at us and we begin to get desperate to rid ourselves of it. So we hide it, more

  • Five Stones For Victory

    Contributed on Aug 6, 2009
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    david and the palistines

    By any earthy standard, the outcome of this battle would be "sure thing." However, when God enters the picture the entire outcome becomes quite different because of faith. It is interesting that David chose five smooth stones from the brook when only one was needed. Why did David do this? There is more

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  • Seeing In The Glory Of God

    Contributed on Aug 23, 2009
    based on 1 rating

    SEEING IN THE GLORY OF GOD Tom Long, professor of Homiletics at Candler School of Theology, tells the story of striking up a conversation with a man on a plane. He said they shared the normal kind of nice chit chat, sharing what they each did for a living and sharing pictures of their families. more

  • My Daughter Served As A Camp Counselor This ...

    Contributed on Aug 26, 2003
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    My daughter served as a camp counselor this summer. It is a camp in which there are several camps contained in one location. She was a gap counselor and therefore served in several different ones. One camp is called Camp Sparrowood. It is a camp for the mentally challenged ages 8-99. She was more

  • I Never Thought Of That

    Contributed on Jan 13, 2003
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    I NEVER THOUGHT OF THAT Ed Watt was visiting a local department store with his wife. They had just purchased a piece of luggage and a cooler. As Ed was waiting for his wife to finish the rest of her shopping he dragged the luggage and cooler around with him to the shoe department. A clerk asked more

  • The Call From Sports Illustrated

    Contributed on Jan 13, 2003
    based on 18 ratings

    THE CALL FROM SPORTS ILLUSTRATED In Paul Harvey’s “For What It’s Worth Department” there was a story about a man named Speedy Morris. Speedy was a basketball coach for LaSalle University. He was shaving one day when his wife called out to tell him he was wanted on the phone by Sports more

  • At A Dinner Party One Night, Lady Churchill Was ...

    Contributed on Oct 11, 2002
    based on 3 ratings

    At a dinner party one night, Lady Churchill was seated across the table from Sir Winston Churchill, who kept making his hand walk back and forth across the table ---two fingers bent at the knuckles. The fingers appeared to be walking toward Lady Churchill. Finally, her dinner partner asked, "Why more