• Timothy Craver

    Contributing sermons since Sep 27, 2001
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Bridgewater, Virginia 22812
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  • What Harold Camping Missed

    Contributed on May 31, 2011
    based on 11 ratings

    This Sermon was written as a response to Harold Camping's prophecy that the world would end on May 21, 2011.

    Well friends, we’ve spent the last few weeks looking at 1 Peter. It’s been both challenging and uplifting. We’ll continue in that letter next week, but for this week, I thought we’d take some time out to discuss an issue that has been talked about a lot lately. Unless more

  • What Is On Your Wish List?

    Contributed on Dec 2, 2010
    based on 6 ratings

    Focuses on the gifts God gives us, rather than the gifts of the world.

    I’ve got a question for you: Have you made your wish list yet? It’s that wonderful time of year, when retailers are bombarding us with ads and messages that are more than happy to point out what we’re missing in our sad little lives and just how happy we can be if we get that more

  • Confessing Our Sins

    Contributed on Apr 21, 2009
    based on 4 ratings

    This sermon reminds us of the importance of confessing our sins to God and to each other.

    Last week we looked at the message that was given to the women who came to the empty tomb after Jesus had risen from the dead. We looked at the implications of the empty tomb, the fulfilled promises, and the command to go and tell. Today, I want to continue the conversation about the implications more

  • What Is Our Mission?

    Contributed on Sep 2, 2008
    based on 4 ratings

    Looks at how Jesus was faithful to His mission and how we are to do the same.

    Let me pose a hypothetical situation to you this morning: Let’s say I was to make an offer to you. I would offer to give you two free plane tickets to anywhere in the world. Would you take it? Well, there’s one catch – what if I didn’t tell you where you were going before you got on the plane? more

  • Working Through Conflict

    Contributed on Aug 11, 2008
    based on 10 ratings

    Looking at the Jerusalem Council, we see conceopts to help us work through conflict.

    3 weeks ago, I spoke on the topic of conflict and how to prevent unnecessary disputes. I want to return to the topic of conflict today, but I’ll be taking a different approach this time. Whereas three weeks ago I talked about how to stop conflict before it starts, today I’ll be talking about how more

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  • A $100 Bill, A $20 Bill And A $1 Bill Meet Up At ...

    Contributed on Nov 9, 2009

    A $100 bill, a $20 bill and a $1 bill meet up at the shredder at the end of their lives. The 100 says, “I’ve seen the whole world during my lifetime. Why, I’ve been on cruises in the Caribbean, safaris in Africa and vacations in Europe.” The 20 says, “Well, I haven’t done quite as well, but I have more

  • Don't Split Over Coffee

    Contributed on Aug 11, 2008

    DON'T SPLIT OVER COFFEE Chuck Swindoll, in his book The Grace Awakening, writes of a church that had a vibrant ministry and was having a powerful impact on their community. But then, a disagreement began to form. While it seemed small and insignificant at first, it grew and grew until the more

  • A Circuit-Riding Preacher Entered One Church ...

    Contributed on Aug 11, 2008
    based on 2 ratings

    A circuit-riding preacher entered one church building with his young son, and dropped a coin into the offering box in the back. Not many came that Sunday, and those who did didn't seem too excited about what was said. After the service, the preacher and son walked to the back, and he emptied the more

  • Earlier In His Life, Gandhi Was Actually ...

    Contributed on Sep 27, 2001
    based on 59 ratings

    Earlier in his life, Gandhi was actually considering becoming a Christian. He was attracted by the life and teachings of Jesus. Gandhi attended the services of a church in Pretoria, South Africa. He later wrote, "The congregation did not strike me as being particularly religious; they were not more

  • There’s An Old Fable About A Miserable ...

    Contributed on Sep 27, 2001
    based on 133 ratings

    There’s an old fable about a miserable rich man who went to visit a rabbi. The rabbi took the rich man by the hand and led him to a window. "Look out there," he said. The rich man looked into the street. "What do you see?" asked the rabbi. "I see men, women, and children," answered the rich more