Contributed by Fred Parker on Jan 27, 2015
I was talking to a young man just a few days ago about our greatest gift. He guessed several different things such as health, strength, possessions (Cars, houses, plenty of money) and each time he would give me an answer I would tell him, “No.”
He said, “If I only had plenty of money
Contributed by Sermoncentral on Aug 24, 2011
Charles Spurgeon, the famed pastor of the Metropolitan Baptist Tabernacle in London made this observation in the late 1800’s when he came in contact with a community of small framed men.
"There was once in London a club of small men, whose qualification for membership
Contributed by Sermoncentral on Apr 10, 2011
HOW NOT TO MARKET THE CHURCH
When we speak of marketing the church (writes David Wells) we are not referencing such things as advertising church events, providing excellence in church programming, being kind to visitors, or providing ample parking. No one is arguing the importance and value of
WHAT'S THE USE
There was an old man that lived in the mountains of eastern Kentucky. The old man had a big family. One day one of the old man’s grandsons approached him with a problem.
The Grandson said, "Pap, I read the Bible and I don’t understand it, and what I understand I forget as soon
Contributed by A. Todd Coget on Sep 21, 2001
A minister gave an unusual sermon one day, using a peanut to make several important points about the wisdom of God in nature.
One of the members greeted him at the door and said, "Very