Contributors
  • Thomas Bowen

    Contributing sermons since Jan 12, 2003
Thomas's church

Chapel Hill UMC
, Georgia
706-622-3776

About Thomas
  • Education: High School - Shades Valley in Birmingham, Gratuated from Shorter College with a BS in Ministry Studies.
  • Experience: 7 years in my first Apporingemt in Shannon GA (Shannon UMC)and In June 2007 started a 2nd appointment to Silver Creek UMC and loved the people for 8 years. Now Serving my home church of Chapel Hill UMC.
  • Comment to those looking at my sermons: I pray you feel as blessed and greatful for God’s love as I do!
  • Family: Married with three adult children
  • What my parents think of my sermons: Dad sez as good as anyone he has heard....But he is DAD. Mom sez she is proud of me, but she has a confused look on her face, like is this my son? The shy one that never wanted any public attention. Ok What have they done with My son?
  • What my spouse (really) thinks of my sermons: Like some of them, prefers not to comment on the rest.
  • Best advice given to me about preaching: Preach as long as you want, we leave at 12.
  • Hobbies: HA HA HA HA!
  • If I could Preach one more time, I would say...: It is amazing, God Loves you and He even loves me.
  • Something funny that happened while preaching: To keep the children quiet during the service one mom bought a couple of vibrating pens. They have several colors of ink and the children use them to draw. An older sister handed it to their infant brother, he dropped it, when it hit the hard wood floors it skipped and hopped all around the floor and was difficult to catch. It made a awful racket and a big commotion as mom and dad, grandma and several kids scrambled around trying to catch this demon filled object. Somehow those pins and pads have not returned.
  • What I want on my tombstone: That new body looks so thin!
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  • A View From The Wheel

    Contributed on Mar 5, 2011
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    A view form the potters wheel makes human clay feel dizzy and pushed around. We think we see the truth but the best view is form the potter's perspective and the shaping that happens with His firm and creative hands.

    A view from the wheel Jeremiah 18-1-6 So, this week I had that dizzy feeling that clay might have as it is centered on the potter’s wheel. The potter starts to spin the wheel and shaping the clay. I started to consider how much of my life is remembered as a blur. Christmas’ and ...read more

  • Offensive Nature

    Contributed on Feb 11, 2011
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    The culture has problems with all kinds of authority. They question when anyone finds authority in the Bible and are offended when anyone else does.

    Offensive Nature Today we are going to examine another of the many problems our culture has with Christianity. There are a lot of intelligent and well educated people that have firm opinions about people/Christians that claim the Bible as the central truth of faith. Perhaps I need to be ...read more

  • Something Is Wrong!

    Contributed on Feb 11, 2011
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    The culture uses logic to disprove God. Christians try to defend God using a worldly vision and experience and lose the discussion.

    Something is wrong! 1 Peter 1:3-12 A couple of weeks ago I mentioned that we were going to take a look at a few of the basic troubles with Christianity. We talked about how the culture believes that Christianity and religion in general are exclusive. The religion is the reason for a lack of ...read more

  • The Trouble With Christianity - Exclusivity

    Contributed on Feb 11, 2011
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    The world believes that Christan is exclusive and divides people.

    The trouble with Christianity - Exclusivity Over the next couple weeks we are going to examine some of the things that people see as being problems with Christianity. We are at a time when Christianity in general – all denominations wither old school and traditional or modern thinking ...read more

  • Who To Invite?

    Contributed on Feb 11, 2011
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    We want to control the cost of inviting people to an event. We don't know why people need an invitation to our church, so we don't accept the cost of inviting outsiders into the church.

    Who to invite? It is pretty amazing how many special occasions all of us are involved in. There are birthday parties and graduation parties, block parties , retirement parties, 4th of july, labor day. I have been blessed as a pastor to be involved in lots of special occasions for families. ...read more

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