Sermon Series
  • 1. Expelling Anger

    Contributed on Aug 28, 2009
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    Anger, unchecked and uncorrected, affects: 1) Our View of Ourselves, 2) Our Worship of God, and 3) Our Relation to Others.

    One of the most shocking crimes a society deals with is when a child kills. Sometimes it is a swarming of a child by a group of kids (Rena Verk), sometimes it is the killing of parents by children (Menendez brothers) and more recently the killing of a girl directed by a rival girl M.J. (Mellissa more

  • 2. Purity Exam

    Contributed on Sep 6, 2009
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    1)The deed of adultery, 2) The desire behind it, and 3)The deliverance from it.

    A common back to school ritual is the wardrobe selection. For some it means the latest fashions and for others it means the school uniform. Ironically, the latest fashions are the uniform. There has been a unique development this year in the elimination for many schools of the tartan skirt. Meant more

  • 3. Sincere Speech

    Contributed on Sep 12, 2009
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    1) Promising Speech, 2) False Speech, and 3) Godly Speech

    Kids can be creative in so many ways. They have a great ability to see animals in the clouds, play with imaginary friends and make up wonderful stories. Unfortunately, at times the line that separates fact from fiction is not drawn clearly enough. That wonderful faculty for imagination can be more

  • 4. Experiments In Forgiving

    Contributed on Sep 20, 2009

    1) The Principle of Mosaic Law. 2) The Perspective of Divine Truth.

    Fallout is continuing over a gaff from Health Canada this week in sending body Bags to a remote Manitoba First nations community. Although an apology was made by Federal Health Minister Leona Aglukkaq, Garden Hill Chief David Harper did not accept it. When we look at the history of relations more

  • 5. Loving Your Bullies

    Contributed on Sep 27, 2009
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    1) The Misinterpretation, 2) The Mandate , & 3) The Motive.

    In His sixth, and last, illustration contrasting the false righteousness of the scribes and Pharisees with the true righteousness of God, Jesus contrasts their kind of love with God’s. Nowhere does humanistic, self-centered system of religion differ more from God’s divine standards than in the more