Sermon Series
  • 1. To Go On Your Way Rejoicing

    Contributed on Jan 2, 2008
    based on 1 rating

    The promise God gives us in baptism is a great reason for anyone to go on his way rejoicing.

    When I was a kid, I enjoyed Outdoor Life and Field and Stream, thinking about the days when I’d be older and be going fishing all the time. Now that I’m older, I don’t even seem to have time to read those magazines, but I’ll always remember reading the last article in F & S, “Exit Laughing” by Ed more

  • 2. Strong Families Start With A Strong Foundation

    Contributed on Jan 28, 2014

    A case for the need to build homes on a solid foundation, rather than sorry substitutes

    *Ps 127:1-2 The Church family is built of families, and one of the things that we’ll have to be committed to if we’re going to be a strong church is to have strong families – whether that means you’re a family of 15, a mixed family, or a family of one single person. The more

  • 3. From Exiled Shepherd To Exodus Leader

    Contributed on Jan 2, 2008
    based on 3 ratings

    Though our own lives may seem insignificant or confusing, God is able to take them and use them for His great purpose

    He single-handedly saved the Jewish nation on several occasions. His life foreshadows that of Jesus, and he’s like Him in many ways. He predicted Jesus would come. He makes an appearance in the Bible many years after his death. His body is buried by God himself – an honor we read about no one more

  • 4. Say, Can You See?

    Contributed on Jan 2, 2008
    based on 4 ratings

    Will examine the story of the man born blind to see how Jesus gives sight to the "blind" in much greater ways.

    I like the quote I found from Warren Wiersbe: “The people who jest about faith don’t realize how big a part it plays in everyday affairs. It takes faith to get married because marriage vows are basically promises. It takes faith to send children off to school. It takes faith to get a prescription more

  • 5. A Short Time With Jesus Can Go A Long Way

    Contributed on Jan 2, 2008
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    A look, on tax day, at Zacchaeus, to remind us how Jesus is concerned with finding and saving the lost people of our world

    The town is Jericho. It’s that city that Israel had destroyed, where Rahab lived. It may be the oldest city on earth. 23 layers of ancient civilizations have been uncovered at the ancient site. Remember that Jesus told the story of the Good Samaritan and the road going down from Jerusalem to more

  • 6. Men Who Had Been With Jesus

    Contributed on Jan 2, 2008
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    Easter. Will examine the changed lives of the Apostles as proof of the resurrection of Jesus.

    (Sometime previous to the message – maybe during announcements) Joseph Bayly - in Psalms of My Life: Let’s celebrate Easter with the rite of laughter. Christ died and rose and lives. Laugh like woman who holds her first baby. Our enemy death will soon be destroyed. Laugh more

  • 7. David's Throne

    Contributed on Jan 2, 2008
    based on 1 rating

    God’s use of David reminds us of the way He is preparing to use us today to accomplish His purposes on earth and in heaven

    Brenda Fossum, Duluth, MN says, On Palm Sunday, my 5-year-old niece, Stephanie, sat on my lap while we listened to the pastor’s sermon. He described Jesus’ approach to Jerusalem and how the crowds cried, "Hosanna, Hosanna!" At that, Stephanie perked up and began to sing, "Oh, Hosanna, now don’t more

  • 8. Rahab's Reformation

    Contributed on Jan 2, 2008
    based on 7 ratings

    A look at the life of Rahab in order to get my audience to be amazed at what God is able to do and to partner with Him in changing lives, beginning with themselves

    (have the text read ahead) I have obtained a copy of a recently discovered document from the 1st century. It’s from the first publisher of the Bible – this was before there was Zondervan and Tyndale and all those publishers. It’s a letter from them to the Bible’s original author… Dear more

  • 9. Now My Eyes Have Seen You

    Contributed on Jan 2, 2008
    based on 11 ratings

    A moment to consider the wonders of God as a means to a right perspective in life - as Job did.

    There’s a type of boat called a hydrofoil that has actually been around for over 100 yrs. The secret lies underneath the hull, where there are basically underwater wings. Once the boat reaches enough speed, it actually lifts out of the water and “flies” with only those wings in the water. more

  • 10. Extreme Makeover – World Edition

    Contributed on Jan 2, 2008
    based on 3 ratings

    God is ready for us to be dead and reborn rather than just “made over.”

    Proverbs 4:23 (NIV) Above all else, guard your heart, for it is the wellspring of life. I had the verse put above the signature line on our checks. I had heard it in a song. It hits home with me. The Message paraphrase puts it this way: Proverbs 4:23 (The Message) Keep vigilant watch over more

  • 11. Taking A Mess And Making It Useful

    Contributed on Jan 2, 2008
    based on 10 ratings

    To help my audience see how to apply deliberate Christ-centered action to their relationships at home and in the Church so that potential messes are made into decisive victories for the Lord

    Sweet gum trees. They’re a great shade tree – they grow quickly and strong. They produce a lot of leaves that will often turn nice colors in the fall. And, if you’ve had a couple of them, you know they also produce about a billion spiny, ball-shaped seedpods called monkey balls or gum balls. more