Contributed by Troy Borst on Apr 4, 2015
IN THE WORK CUBICLE (p)
It’s a normal day at the office. You got to work 5 minutes late like usual. You find your normal parking place open and you whip your car into the spot and grab all that you need from the passenger seat. You are soon in the elevator heading to your floor. The elevator
Contributed by Troy Borst on Apr 4, 2015
EASTER FAMILY TIME (p)
It is Easter time and a gathering opportunity for your whole family. Your family made a commitment to all get together this year at Easter to make sure you celebrated something this year as a family. Grandma chose Easter and chose to rent a few beach houses for everyone
Contributed by Sermoncentral on Nov 8, 2009
Baptism of Ivan the Great Tsar of Russia
Ivan the Great was Tsar of Russia during the Fifteenth Century. He brought together the warring tribes into one vast empire. As a fighting man he was courageous. As a general he was brilliant. He drove out the Tartars, establishing peace across the
Contributed by Sermoncentral on Jul 14, 2009
IF YOU CARE, GIVE YOUR TESTIMONY
God wants us to be concerned about other people. And one of the best ways we can show our concern is by giving them testimonies about Jesus.
One of my all-time favorite teachers was Don Wilton. One day in class, Dr. Wilton told us about getting to serve on
Contributed by Sermoncentral on Jul 10, 2009
A REASONING FAITH
Richard Dawkins in The God Delusion says that Christian Faith is non-thinking. He believes religion was responsible for the 9/11 bombings. "Get rid of God and all religions, and you will have peace on earth."
Atheists buy into the thought that the natural sciences have
Contributed by Sermoncentral on Jan 28, 2009
The late great American jurist, judge, author, and Christian apologist, Simon Greenleaf (1783 - 1853), once said:
"There should be a readiness on our part, to investigate with candor to follow the truth wherever it may lead us, and to submit, without reserve or objection, to all the teachings of
Contributed by Mark Ferrante on Jan 12, 2007
There was a very capable evangelist whom God used in a significant way. But he lost his interest in spiritual things and drifted into a life of sin, for a number of months. Some of his sin was done in secret but ultimately, it became public knowledge and even made the headlines. At first, all he
Contributed by Sermoncentral on Feb 8, 2006
"Evangelism is not a professional job for a few trained men, but is instead the unrelenting responsibility of every person who belongs
Contributed by Joseph Bachman on Feb 24, 2005
The Maker of all human beings is recalling all units manufactured, regardless of make or year, due to a serious defect in the primary and central component of the heart.
This is due to a malfunction in the original prototype units code named Adam and Eve,
Contributed by Mark Brunner on Jan 19, 2005
“The Trenches of Life!” 1 Peter 3: 13-22 Key verse(s): 16:“. . . keeping a clear conscience, so that those who speak maliciously against your good behavior in Christ may be ashamed of their slander.”
If you don’t want to be shot at, don’t supply your enemies with the ammunition! Sounds like
Evangelism is nothing more or less than the Christian’s honest response by testimony and actions to the forgiving love of God known and experienced through the life, death, and resurection of Jesus. It is, first of all, an expression of joy, gratitude, and praise.
Contributed by Kevin Higgins on Mar 26, 2003
D.L. Moody once spoke with a woman who didn’t like his method of evangelism. "I don’t really like mine all that much either. What’s yours?" She replied that she didn’t
Contributed by Steven Platt on Nov 1, 2002
Sodium is an extremely active element found naturally only in combined form; it always links itself to another element. Chlorine, on the other hand, is the poisonous gas that gives bleach its offensive odor. When sodium and chlorine are combined, the result is sodium chloride - common table salt
Story: A Korean Pastor told me this story some years ago, when he came to Switzerland.
In the 4th century AD in Korea a man had two sons. The elder rose to become Chief Justice in the land and the younger became an infamous bandit.
The elder brother loved his younger brother but was unable to
Contributed by Ted Sutherland on Jun 7, 2001
Dr. M.R. DeHaan put it this way:
In the early days of the church. . . , baptism was a declaration that the believer was definitely identifying himself with that group of people who were called Christians and were despised and hated. To be a Christian meant something. To identify yourself with
Contributed by Melvin Newland on Feb 21, 2001
Tony Campolo says that his wife is a brilliant woman. She has a PHD & is capable of pursuing a very profitable career. But she elected to stay home with her children when they were young. Her decision didn’t bother her at all except when other women would ask, “What do you do?”