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  • God Measures The Heart

    Contributed by Stephen Woody on Jun 10, 2005
    based on 77 ratings

    This is a Father’s Day Sermon that points out how difficult it is to be a good father, but that thankfully, it’s not something we do without help from above

    "GOD MEASURES THE HEART" Introduction: I DON’T LIKE FATHER’S DAY! Let Me Be Honest And Get That Out of The Way Right Now Father’s day, for a preacher is a royal pain in the neck. If the preacher is a male, that is. And especially if the preacher is a more

  • Can I Give Them Your Name?

    Contributed by Stephen Woody on Jun 10, 2005
    based on 61 ratings

    Jesus tells us that the Harvest is Plentiful and the workers few. He then names the disciples who are workers. We have too many un-named followers in the church and not enough named disciples.

  • "When It Doesn't Stick"

    Contributed by Stephen Woody on May 28, 2005
    based on 10 ratings

    This is a sermon written for teacher appreciation Sunday, but it has a timeless message on the true meaning of love. True and sincere Christ Love, loves not to change someone, but just so the person will feel loved.

    "WHEN IT DOESN’T STICK" (1 Corinthians 13:1-13) Introduction: GOD BLESS THE TEACHERS! In Fact, God Bless Anyone Who Has The Almost Impossible Task Of Teaching Children I don’t know that there is another job that has as many challenges, with as few more

  • Where We Stand Together

    Contributed by Stephen Woody on May 24, 2005
    based on 25 ratings

    As Christians and as the Church, we will often disagree, but there is one place where we all stand together, at the foot of the cross!

    "WHERE WE STAND TOGETHER" (1 Corinthians 1:10-18) Introduction: LET THERE BE NO DIVISIONS AMONG YOU Paul says) Let All of You Agree With One Another Paul says) Be perfectly united and of one mind! In other words, Paul is saying that the church should stand more