Contributing sermons since Mar 17, 2014
Contributed on Feb 19, 2015
a sermon bringing attention to the fact that Jesus responded to how he was perceived. He is all we need, if we see him as such. he can be our healer, savior, provider, way maker etc. How we see him, effects how he can respond to us.
American businessman, motivational speaker, and futurologist, Joel A. Barker, tells the story of a wise individual - who was a writer - who would go to the beach to do his writing. Before he began his work, he would go for a walk along the shore, One day, during his daily walk, he spied an ...read more
Contributed on Jan 7, 2015
The true bride will always go beyond the minimal requirements. Rebekah gave the servant water but also volunteered to water the 10 camels as well. She was the chosen bride, not for doing the minimum, but for going beyond the expected.
Genesis 24 King James Version (KJV) 1 And Abraham was old, and well stricken in age: and the Lord had blessed Abraham in all things. 2 And Abraham said unto his eldest servant of his house, that ruled over all that he had, Put, I pray thee, thy hand under my thigh: 3 And I will make thee swear ...read more
Contributed on May 18, 2014
moving from "on purpose", to "in purpose"
Today I want to preach on purpose! Williams tells a story of someone “lost his purpose” -- it is the story of Jacob Brodzky. a shy Russian Jew whose father owned a bookstore. The older Brodzky wanted his son to go to college. The boy, on the other hand, desired nothing but to ...read more
Contributed on May 4, 2014
we as saints need to re-dig the wells of our fathers. We have grown up with poor performing wells and we believe it is normal. This message was to remind us that there is more power available than we are tapped into. we need to repair the wells!
For thousands of Malian women in the northern city of Gao, the day starts in the middle of the night. Women tie on veils, grab jerry cans and walk through the sandy streets in hopes of getting a good spot in line. they are not waiting for a black friday sale… tickets to a ...read more
Contributed on Mar 17, 2014
what made David who he was, was not developed in the fanfare of the palace, but in the isolation of a pasture... long before he played for Saul, he played for God. Before defeating the giant, he practiced on trees, targets, bears and lions.
Palace or the Pasture 1 Samuel 16:11 KJV  And Samuel said unto Jesse, Are here all thy children? And he said, There remaineth yet the youngest, and, behold, he keepeth the sheep. And Samuel said unto Jesse, Send and fetch him: for we will not sit down till he come hither. Gene Edwards, ...read more