Sermon Series
  • 1. The Point Of No Return

    Contributed on Dec 19, 2007
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    Joshua, Pt. 2

    THE POINT OF NO RETURN (JOSHUA 2:1-20) Worldwide Challenge, the Campus Crusade magazine, published an inspiring and heartfelt testimony of a former monk named Yuttasak Nok Sirikul. Sirikul was a dutiful son who had been a monk four times even before entering college, a few months each time, in ...read more

  • 2. Who's In Charge?

    Contributed on Dec 19, 2007
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    Joshua, Pt. 3

    WHO’S IN CHARGE? (JOSHUA 3:1-17) Famed Japanese director Akira Kurosawabest’s black and white movie “Ikiru” certainly makes one ponder about life’s meaning and purpose. The story is about the choices a dying man faced and made upon learning he had cancer. Kanji Watanabe, the Chief of the Citizens ...read more

  • 3. One Bad Apple

    Contributed on Dec 19, 2007
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    Joshua, Pt. 5

    ONE BAD APPLE (JOSHUA 7) Three churches – Baptist, Methodist, and Presbyterian – worked together to sponsor a community-wide revival. After the revival concluded, the three pastors were eagerly discussed the results with one another. The Methodist minister said, “The revival worked out great ...read more

  • 4. All That You Can Be

    Contributed on Dec 19, 2007
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    Joshua, Pt. 7 (Final)

    ALL THAT YOU CAN BE (JOSHUA 24:1-31) When Henry Ford (founder of the Ford Motor Company) finished giving a visitor a tour of his automobile factory, the visitor said, “It seems almost impossible that a man, starting out with practically nothing, could accomplish all this.” Ford replied, “You ...read more

  • 5. Age Is Just A Number

    Contributed on Jun 28, 2008
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    Joshua, Pt. 6

    AGE IS JUST A NUMBER (JOSHUA 14:6-15) Three old ladies are sitting in a diner, chatting about various things. One lady says, “You know, I’m getting really forgetful. This morning, I was standing at the top of the stairs, and I couldn’t remember whether I had just come up or was about to go down.” ...read more