Sermon Series
  • 1. Finding Faithful Friends

    Contributed on Aug 10, 2005
    based on 17 ratings

    A person may have many acquaintances and several casual connections, but good friends are hard to find. This sermon continues our look at the book of Philippians and highlights two of Paul’s faithful friends - Timothy and Epaphroditus.

    At the age of twenty-one, I left Memphis and moved to the mountains of North Carolina. I spent the next year reading, studying, and praying that my new found faith would grow. Two things occurred to me at that time. First, I did not make a very good “mountain man.” Roughing it, to me, is a Holiday more

  • 2. Getting Along With Others

    Contributed on Aug 10, 2005
    based on 14 ratings

    Conflict is a part of our human existence. This sermon looks at the way Paul handled a conflict between two women in the church of Philippi and hightlights concepts that we can use today to live at peace with each other.

    A Fork in the Hand… When I was in junior high school, I witnessed a fight that I will never forget. Two girls were arguing in the cafeteria and a crowd gathered to watch. One girl sat calmly, another towered over her with both hands on the table. As the one girl ranted, the other one seated at more

  • 3. Giving To Please God

    Contributed on Aug 10, 2005
    based on 19 ratings

    Both the Old and New Testament have much to say about how money and possessions can be used to further God’s Kingdom or how it can literally destroy a person’s joy and hope. The goal of this sermon is to allow the Scriptures (Phil 4:14-23) to teach us som

    Overwhelmed by Need Two weeks ago, Milt Hanson and I took our children to Cornerstone Music Festival. We enjoyed the fellowship, the great weather, and were inundated with incredible Christ-honoring music for four days. But we were also overwhelmed by the opportunities to give. In between main more