Sermon Series
  • 1. Building A Bridge Of Hope

    Contributed on Jan 25, 2002
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    Learn the keys to building a bridge into tomorrow through this series beginning with a Bridge of Hope

    I had dinner Monday night with my parents; my dad was leaving afterwards for a meeting. He was making a life choice to end a habit, which had gripped him for most of his life. He was giving up smoking, proving in your seventies you can change. I sat with him that afternoon, as he was ...read more

  • 2. Building A Bridge Of Community

    Contributed on Feb 5, 2002
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    To effectively live the Christian life, it needs to be done in community.

    Building a bridge to tomorrow means laying down the planks of community today. Almost every person alive has a desire for community. They even know how they want that community to be shaped…listen to this… (play theme from Cheers) Many of you could sing the theme, and most of you ...read more

  • 3. Building A Bridge Of Love

    Contributed on Feb 11, 2002
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    1 Corinthians 13:13 states the greatest is love, so how well are we doing building a bridge of love both inside and outside the Christian Community?

    You might have heard the statement, “If you love someone set her free, if she comes back, she’s yours, if she doesn’t she never was.” The Pessimist would say, “If you love somebody. Set her free…if she ever comes back, she’s yours, if she doesn’t, well, as expected, she never was.” The ...read more

  • 4. Building A Bridge Of Faith

    Contributed on Feb 27, 2002
    based on 55 ratings
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    We need to have faith to build ourselves up and others in the knowledge of Jesus Christ

    Building A Bridge of Faith Where is your faith? It can be in someone else, something else or in you. We have placed our faith in things that have not disappointed, and things, which have. The Canadian pairs of David Pelletier and Jamie Sale had faith in the scoring of Olympic judges ...read more