Contributing sermons since Dec 31, 2016
Contributed on Nov 19, 2018
Let me ask you, have you ever really thought about Thanksgiving? Have you thought about what we should be thankful for? Have you thought about the simple things in life that we take for granted?
You know, right around the corner is Thanksgiving. And if you didn’t know, thanksgiving lunch or dinner is what Thanksgiving means to most people. A family gathered around a big turkey and dressing meal, with all the goodies to go with it. And that’s certainly a special time for many families here. ...read more
Contributed on Sep 1, 2018
The Bible has countless stories of men and women that made mistakes just like us. Some of them are the same mistakes we continue to make right now.
Have you ever thought about all the sin in the world and wondered how you could survive in so much temptation? Let’s take that a bit further. Let’s examine our transgressions. AMEN • Have you ever done something in your life and you regretted it the moment you did? • Have you ever let sin creep ...read more
Contributed on Aug 4, 2018
People can be heartbreakers, coldhearted, stonehearted, give you heartburn, be halfhearted, and even greenhearted, but we need sweethearted and kindhearted individuals in our life at all times.
Some might say, living a Christian life sounds hard. They believe that they couldn’t possibly make it as a Christian. Well, it is hard sometimes. I can’t say that it’s all Halle Lujah and Amen being a Christian. It’s hard work; it’s a struggle, and at times, it just breaks your heart. Let me ...read more
Contributed on Jun 15, 2018
As a father, you have a role, and that role is to teach the child. Sometimes that lesson is hard, and the child doesn’t understand, but believe me, “farther along, they’ll understand why! They may complain and mumble words like “you don’t know me” or...
FATHER, what’s in a word? Well, this is a very important word packed with qualities such as: • Faithful, • Admired, • Tough, • Helpful, • Enthusiastic, • And, Responsible. These are just a few of the qualities that fathers should have, or strive to have. Let’s just call these ...read more
Contributed on Jun 9, 2018
Spiritual growth requires effort and diligence, and it takes time. It’s not a one shot deal. There’ll be constant battles. But just like physical fitness, you’ve gotta keep getting back out there, and start back working out, your body, mind and soul.
Do you ever feel like you’re slipping with your faith? You just can’t seem to keep steady with doing what you know it takes to be a good Christian. You just can’t be that perfect projection of what’s perceived to be the “perfect Christian”. Well believe me, true spiritual growth requires ...read more