Contributing sermons since Aug 5, 2015
Contributed on Jan 9, 2022
Today's failures are multiplied in tomorrow's leaders.
To get an understanding of the book of Judges, it is important to first understand the relationship between Moses and Joshua and how their distinct personalities set the tone for their leadership styles and set the tone for what was to come following their deaths. Moses was passionate and ...read more
Contributed on Nov 22, 2020
Making a mockery of the things of God and not being truly committed to Him, will leave you separated and on the outside looking in on the Day of Judgement.
Nehemiah 13:1-9--On that day they read aloud from the book of Moses so that the people could hear [its words], and in it was found written that no Ammonite or Moabite could ever enter the assembly of God, 2 because they did not meet the Israelites with bread and water, but hired Balaam against them ...read more
Contributed on Nov 9, 2020
With so many different points of views, and so many questions, how is a Christian supposed to respond to a presidential election?
John Quincy Adams once said, “Duty is ours, results are God’s.” Let me start off by telling you that the future of our nation is not determined through an election, but instead, it is determined by those who are willing to put forth the work that they have been called to do by God. Your future, ...read more
Contributed on Oct 20, 2020
A covenant will always cost something. Whether it is personal comfort, self-pleasures, or anything in between. Your moment of decision will cost you something.
Background checks Trunk or treat We are at a point where God had used Nehemiah and given him direction on many certain issues. Some of which were in the physical realm and some were in the spiritual realm. God has used Nehemiah to lead the reconstruction of the walls of Jerusalem for protection ...read more
Contributed on Sep 28, 2020
God is not only concerned with what is created, he is concerned with how we take care of what was created. Nehemiah began moving from the building project itself, to taking the necessary steps to insure that what was built (or created) would be protected and preserved.
When he arrived, Nehemiah inherited leadership over three distinct groups of returnees to the land: • The returnees from 536-516 BCE, who lived and worked under Zerubbabel the governor, and were chastised by Haggai the prophet to get the work finished. • The returnees from 458 BCE, who came to the ...read more