Contributed by Todd Catteau on May 27, 2015
Vending machines have come a long way since I was a kid. It used to be you slid in a couple of coins and pulled a lever and down would drop your snack or drink. Now there are lights, levers, cranes, codes, and chutes that make the purchase a production of its own. It’s almost worth the price of
Contributed by Sermoncentral on Sep 8, 2011
"YOU CAN'T COME IN..."
There was once a town drunk who gave his heart to Jesus Christ. He immediately stopped drinking and began to look for a church and had purposed in his heart that he would attend the first church he found. Determined to turn his life around he found a church and went in. He
Contributed by Sermoncentral on Jun 25, 2009
A ROYAL FAMILY
President William Howard Taft’s great granddaughter was asked to write her autobiography when she was in the third grade. And this is what she wrote:
"My great-grandfather was President of the United Sates. My grandfather was a United States Senator. My father is an
Contributed by James Chandler on Feb 26, 2007
People do judge you by what you wear.
A young man came into our worship service a few weeks ago. He was wearing lots of leather and chains. His hair was spiked blue. He wore black eye liner and had a ring in his lip. I could tell what lots of people were thinking when he strolled down the aisle
Contributed by Sermoncentral on Apr 10, 2006
Abraham Lincoln’s secretary of war, Edwin Stanton, was angered by an army officer who accused him of favoritism. Stanton complained to Lincoln, who suggested that Stanton write the officer a sharp letter. Stanton did, and showed the strongly worded missive to the president. "What are you going to
As disciples of Jesus, we are to become by the Holy Spirit like our Master as He Himself tells us in Matthew 10:25, “It is enough for the student to be like His Teacher, and the servant like His master.” By the power of the Holy Spirit working in us, may we this Advent become more like Jesus who
Contributed by Matthew Rogers on May 20, 2002
In January of 1997 a mystery was solved that had baffled people for nearly a decade. Someone was giving away millions of dollars! The recipients didn’t know why the gifts came or how to ask for more. But still the money drizzled in, to universities, hospitals and service groups around the globe,
Contributed by Brian La Croix on Oct 16, 2001
There is a story of a young hippie who gave his life to Christ during the Jesus Movement of the late sixties and early seventies.
One Sunday he went to a church, not knowing it was one of the more “upper class” churches in the area.
He was late to the service, and the pastor was about to
Contributed by David Yarbrough on Jul 23, 2001
When I was in Bible College I meet an interesting young man by the name of Shannon. What made him interesting were his looks. His hair was a different color each week, his ears were loaded with earrings, and he wore the big loose grunge style clothing. But the most interesting point of style was
Contributed by Brian Mavis on Jun 13, 2001
The Prodigal Son in the Key of F
Feeling footloose and frisky, a feather-brained fellow forced his father
to fork over his farthings. Fast he flew to foreign fields and
frittered his family’s fortune, feasting fabulously with floozies and
faithless friends. Flooded with flattery he financed
Contributed by Victor Yap on Jan 25, 2001
It was related that once when the Duke of Wellington remained to take communion at his parish church, a very poor old man went up to the opposite aisle, and reaching the Communion table, knelt down close by the side of the Duke. (Immediately, tension and commotion interrupted the silence of the