Contributed by Rick Palmer on Oct 15, 2018
While fishing in the dark in a very deep canyon can present very obvious problems it can produce some unexpected experiences as well.
It was a warm summer night about 2:00 AM, dark would be an understatement as the moon was nonexistent at least in the bottom of our canyon. Trout was
St John Chrysostom says “I cannot believe in the salvation of anyone who doesn’t long for
Contributed by Sermoncentral on Jul 14, 2009
GO BACK AND TELL THEM AGAIN
Jesus said "Follow me and I will make you Fishers of Men."
In a book entitled "Jungle Harvest," written by a missionary named Ruby Scott, she describes some of her experiences in reaching a people group known as the Tila Indians who lived in a remote village in the
Contributed by Rick Crandall on Mar 27, 2009
*The closer we get to Jesus, the more we will see a change in our lives.
*Jonah Jones had a terrible childhood. Jonah’s parents were drug traffickers who introduced him to cocaine when he was 8-years-old. Unbelievable! -- but true. Worse than that, Jonah’s stepfather raped him. His mother abused
Contributed by Tim Smith on Dec 10, 2008
ACTIONS SPEAK LOUDER
Andy Stanley tells the story of when he was 13 and learning the meaning of the phrase, "Actions speak louder than words." His dad was the Associate Pastor of First Baptist in Atlanta when the senior pastor was asked to resign. Charles Stanley was asked to preach on Sundays
Contributed by Sermoncentral on Apr 11, 2007
"These things I do despise: Hypocrisy and lies, And anything at all that dims
Contributed by Jess Bousa on Feb 14, 2006
Recently, I was listening to a teacher by the name of Rob Bell and he spoke on the selecting process that Rabbis would use to choose their disciples. At the Age of 6, children would begin to learn the Torah, this training was called Bat cipher, from 8 to 10 they would have the torah by heart,
Contributed by Davon Huss on Oct 15, 2002
A. Dr. Karl Menninger, a world-famous psychiatrist, was answering questions after giving a lecture on mental health when one person asked, “What would you advice someone to do if he felt a nervous breakdown coming on?” Most people expected the doctor to say, “Consult a psychiatrist.” Instead he