I love doing chidren's sermons, but it doesn't always work out quite the way I expect. So it went one morning when I spoke to the children about the loaves and fish.
Just to make my point, I began by showing them five rolls and two fish sticks on a plate. I asked them how to share it so that
Contributed by Terry Laughlin on Aug 11, 2008
The Goal and Person Of Change
Many find themselves overcome by sins that have brought heartache, turmoil and even isolation. These sinful bondages are playing havoc across all social and economic layers of our nation’s families. Therapists, physicians, scientists and sadly, even some Christian
Contributed by Bobby Scobey on Apr 28, 2008
Catherine Marshall wrote:
"My friend Marge had an experience aboard a plane bound for Cleveland, waiting for takeoff. As she settled into her seat, Marge noticed a strange phenomenon. On one side of the airplane a sunset suffused the entire sky with glorious color. But out of
Contributed by Mark Brunner on Oct 13, 2005
Just Something I Believed! (10.17.05--That Person!--Mark 6:2-3)
Sometimes we want to believe something so hard that even when we know the truth, we cling to the error.
I grew up believing that all cats were sneaky and couldn’t be trusted. All dogs were rather dumb and couldn’t be devious
Contributed by Sermoncentral on Jan 23, 2005
YOU DON’T KNOW WHAT YOU’RE TALKING ABOUT!
Rejection comes in all forms. Steven was a young man that felt the call of God on his life. He came from a really close family. He finished his college and then went off to seminary.
After finishing seminary he came back before going to his first
Contributed by Richard Jones on Nov 1, 2000
Charles Swindoll in his book “Three Steps Forward, Two Steps Back” tells the story of a farmer who wanted to impress his hunting buddies. To impress them, he bought the smartest, most expensive hunting dog he could find. He trained this dog to do things no other dog on earth could do---impossible