Contributing sermons since Jan 12, 2001
Contributed on Jun 24, 2004
Hopefully this is a sermon of empowerment.
COMPLACENCY OR CHRIST? (Mark 6:30-38) I admit to you that I was quite taken up by all the pomp and circumstance leading up to and shortly following Mel Gibson’s movie, The Passion of the Christ. Churches were snapping up and selling tickets hurriedly. Media presses were heavily addressing every ...read more
Contributed on Jul 2, 2003
THIS IS A MESSAGE OF ENCOURAGEMENT.
A BATTLE WORTH FIGHTING (Ephesians 6:10-18) As I look back over my life, I thank God for the life that I have lived. God blessed me to have some wonderful parents, some wonderful grandparents, a wonderful rearing church family, and a reasonable portion of health and strength. God blessed me to ...read more
Contributed on Mar 14, 2001
This is a sermon designed to sway persons in either a positive or negative direction towards Christian living.
YOU CAN GET WITH THIS OR YOU CAN GET WITH THAT (THE CHOICE IS YOURS)-DEUTERONOMY 30:15-20 AND MATTHEW 5:27-31 What a world in which we live. It seems as if the world moves at an ironic or opposite path. It seems as if today’s society marches to the beat of a different drum than the past ...read more
Contributed on Jan 20, 2001
It is a textual sermon for I only use the one biblical text I supplied to the congregation.
HOLD UP THE LIGHT-ISAIAH 49:3-6 I remember some three years ago I visited a nursing home with my mentor, Melvin Black. I was captivated by the singing, moving, and ongoings of the patients there but I took great interest in an African American man pushing himself in a wheelchair. After the ...read more
Contributed on Jan 12, 2001
It is the 23rd Sunday after Pentecost.
THE ATTITUDES OF INGRATITUDE AND GRATITUDE THE ATTITUDES OF INGRATITUDE AND GRATITUDE Introduction Come with me and I will quickly tell you a story. Two friends sat at a Waffle House kindly and quietly eating their meals. Fifteen minutes into eating the meal, one friend noticed a ...read more