Sermon Series
  • 1. God Who Overcomes

    Contributed on Mar 17, 2009
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    In life there will be forces that seek to destroy, deny, or deter human and spirital potential, but the good news is that we serve a God who overcomes.

    God Who Overcomes Matthew 2:1-15 Matthew 2:15 “Out of Egypt I have called my son” After the joy of Christmas, after birth of Jesus, after the wise men and Sheppard’s, and after the angels sing, we encounter Herod’s diabolical plot to destroy the baby Jesus. This aspect of the story is more

  • 2. God Of The Overlooked

    Contributed on Mar 17, 2009
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    The God of the oppressed is also the God of the overlooked and that God’s love is encompassing, God’s love is embracing, and God’s love is enduring.

    God of the Overlooked Luke 2: 8-15 Luke 2:10 “I bring you good news of great joy” Over thirty years ago, Dr. James Cone, Professor at Union Theological Seminary in New York, wrote a breakthrough book in Black Theology called “God of the Oppressed.” This book catapulted Dr. Cone to the more

  • 3. For Unto Us A Child Is Born

    Contributed on Mar 17, 2009
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    For unto us a child is born gives us a sense of expectancy, it gives us a sense of potentiality, and it gives us a sense of responsibility.

    Sunday, December 3, 2006 Text: Isaiah 9: 6 – “For unto us a Child is Born” Isaiah bursts into the Advent Season with these profound words uttered in prophesy in the 8th Century B.C.E. These words have the authenticity of one who has experienced the wonder and majesty of God’s presence in more

  • 4. Unto Us A Son Is Given

    Contributed on Mar 17, 2009
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    Unto us a Son is give because He is a priority from God, with the authority of God, and who gives us liberty that is only found in God.

    Sunday, December 10, 2006 “Unto us a Son is Given” Text: Isaiah 9:6 Isaiah continues with his prophesy Unto us a Child is born and goes a step deeper by saying unto us a son is given. It is interesting to note that not only was Isaiah a man with a burning desire to follow God, but he was more