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  • Tim Bond

    Contributing sermons since Jan 17, 2002
Tim's church

Nashville Christian Church
Nashville, Indiana 47448
(812) 988-2889

About Tim
  • Education: BA from Cincinnati Bible College MDiv from Southern Baptist Theological Seminary
  • Family: Wife: Pamela Ladd Bond Children: Hannah (14), Trent (8)
  • What I want on my tombstone: He Followed Jesus & Wasn’t Afraid To Get Wet (Matthew 14:28-29)
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  • Two Ways Of Living

    Contributed on Jul 3, 2004
    based on 129 ratings
     | 8,963 views

    Every moral choice we face is made as we stand at a fork in the road, deciding whether we will choose to go God’s direction, or some other way.

    Two Ways Of Living Over the Summer we are looking at several of the Psalms out of the Old Testament. The book of Psalms was the hymnal of the Jews and the early church. They are a group of poems or songs that the early followers of God used to express their worship, and they are filled with ...read more

  • Realized Christianity

    Contributed on May 27, 2004
    based on 56 ratings
     | 2,996 views

    With a great sense of urgency, and a deep and abiding faith, the first century church grew and developed quickly. The same resources must be utilized by the contemporary church.

    A friend of mine, Brett Kays, some time back noticed some things that are true of scenes in almost every movie or TV show. If you determined reality according to the way Hollywood defined it, you could be very confused. According to Hollywood: • All grocery shopping bags contain at least one ...read more

  • The Unhindered Good News

    Contributed on May 27, 2004
    based on 44 ratings
     | 4,944 views

    The primary hinderance to the Good News being taken to all the world is our willingness to share it.

    I’ve told you about Myrtie Howell in the past, but she is such a perfect example of what I want to talk about his morning that I want to remind you of her inspirational story. Myrtie was a deeply Christian lady, but she lived a tough life from the start. Her family was very poor, so when she was 10 ...read more

  • The Unstoppable Church

    Contributed on May 27, 2004
    based on 45 ratings
     | 13,282 views

    Through the gift of the Holy Spirit, Jesus has provided the church everything we need to accomplish His Will in this world.

    How many of you here this morning have had someone close to you die? (raise hands) I don’t think there is another crisis in life quite like that one. When someone that you have spent your life with is taken away from you, there is a tremendous void, a gaping hole that for the rest of your life will ...read more

  • Giving The Spirit Control

    Contributed on May 27, 2004
    based on 57 ratings
     | 2,279 views

    The Fruit of the Spirit is the motivation behind our use of our God-given spiritual gifts.

    This morning we are going to conclude our discussion of Spiritual Gifts by talking about how to turn control of our lives over to the Spirit. Thus far we’ve talked about the nature of spiritual gifts, that they are God given abilities that are to be used to build up the Church and help other ...read more

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  • One Of My Favorite Stories Is About Chippie The ...

    Contributed on Apr 30, 2003
    based on 5 ratings
     | 902 views

    One of my favorite stories is about Chippie the parakeet. Chippie was a happy little bird, content every day to sit on his perch, swinging and singing to his little heart’s content. One day Chippie’s owner took the initiative to clean out his cage. She took off the attachment from the end of the ...read more

  • In Ancient Greece They Had Great Theatrical ...

    Contributed on Jan 24, 2002
    based on 58 ratings
     | 724 views

    In ancient Greece they had great theatrical events, plays in large amphitheaters. They didn’t have microphones to make their voices heard, and they didn’t have cameras to magnify their images onto screens, so they invented their own system. They developed big masks. The masks made them look like ...read more