Sermon Series
  • 1. Engaging Our Culture: A Baptist Case For Involvement

    Contributed on May 10, 2007
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    Exploring some issues in our world and culture from a Christian perspective, to equip us to live as Christians in our world. This first sermon sketches history and makes a case for engaging our culture

    Engaging Our Culture: A Baptist Case For Involvement Romans 12:1-2, John 17:14-18 January 9, 2005 Intro: I believe that part of my job as a preacher is to speak words of hope, of encouragement, of help for the difficulties that each of us face as we journey through life. To remind us over ...read more

  • 2. Where Was God? Tsunami's And Sovereignty

    Contributed on May 10, 2007
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    In the face of massive natural disaster, what do we say in response to the question "where was God?"

    Where Was God? Tsunami’s and Sovereignty Isaiah 61 January 16, 2005 Intro: (video clip) The Issue: Romans 12:2 (NLT) says, “let God transform you into a new person by changing the way you think”. What should we think about the recent disaster which has been the focus of much of the ...read more

  • 3. God's Best Plan Or Ball And Chain? A Christian Theology Of Marriage

    Contributed on May 11, 2007
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    Marriage is a pre-fall institution, and it is worth fighting for!

    God’s Best Plan or Ball and Chain? A Christian Theology of Marriage January 23, 2005 Intro: I believe that there is a lot of wisdom in children; allow me to share with you the responses of some children to some marriage questions… How do you decide who to marry? • "You got to find ...read more

  • 4. What Should We Think About Gay Marriage In Canada?

    Contributed on May 11, 2007
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    How do we affirm God’s definition of marriage, hold to God’s standard for sexual purity, continually emphasize mercy and forgiveness, follow Jesus’ model in relationship with those ostracized, and above all be loving?

    What Should We Think About Gay Marriage in Canada? January 30, 2005 Intro: Before I begin, I want to first acknowledge and thank Lisa Nadon and Leanne Attwell for their help researching today’s topic. Most of you have seen the headlines in the newspapers this past week, and we are expecting ...read more

  • 5. More Than A Monkey

    Contributed on May 11, 2007
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    More Than A Monkey: A Thoughtful Yet Incomplete Attempt, In Less Than 30 Minutes, To Address Questions Of Creation, Evolution, And The Origins Of The Universe And Why Such Questions Have Any Relevancy Or Importance In A Community Of Hurting People Stumbl

    More Than A Monkey: A Thoughtful Yet Incomplete Attempt, In Less Than 30 Minutes, To Address Questions Of Creation, Evolution, And The Origins Of The Universe And Why Such Questions Have Any Relevancy Or Importance In A Community Of Hurting People Stumbling Towards Christlikeness In The Power Of ...read more

  • 6. When Life Begins: A Christian View Of Reproductive Technologies

    Contributed on May 11, 2007
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    Advances in science and medicine have enabled many couples who cannot have children to conceive. And yet, in every society there must be a continual conversation between what can be done, and what should be done. That conversation is generally carried o

    When Life Begins: A Christian View of Reproductive Technologies Series: In the World But Not Of It April 17, 2005 Intro: (1 Samuel 1:1-17) – Hannah’s story Different Context; Same Pain: Although our context today is very different then it was in Biblical times, the pain of ...read more

  • 7. Science And Healing And Stem Cells

    Contributed on May 11, 2007
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    As Christians with a strong history and theology of healing, we should be equally excited and encouraging of Stem Cell research. It is new (since 1998), it is incredibly promising, and it is motivated by compassion and a desire to alleviate suffering. S

    Science and Healing: Series – In the World But Not Of It April 24, 2005 Intro: Christopher Reeve. Nancy Reagan. Michael J. Fox. Just a few high-profile individuals who have been extremely vocal in their advocacy for aggressive health research into new treatments for disease through stem ...read more

  • 8. To Die Or Not To Die: Issues Of Life At It's End

    Contributed on May 11, 2007
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    Our culture is pretty mixed up about death, and faces a whole series of ethical questions and dilemmas, and of a shift in our culture.

    To Die Or Not To Die: Issues of Life At It’s End Series: In But Not Of May 15, 2005 Preamble: Before we take a look at today’s topic, issues of life at it’s end, which is part of our series of sermons addressing issues in our society from a Christian perspective, I want to acknowledge that ...read more

  • 9. What Is Truth?

    Contributed on May 11, 2007
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    There is a very serious lie rampant in our culture: there is no moral truth, no right or wrong that universally applies. Truth is a person.

    What Is Truth? In But Not Of John 18:28-40 May 22, 2005 Intro: When Pilate met God, he ended up articulating a timeless question. Listen to the story from John 18:28-40 (NLT) “Jesus’ trial before Caiaphas ended in the early hours of the morning. Then he was taken to the headquarters ...read more

  • 10. Do All Religions Lead To God?

    Contributed on May 11, 2007
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    Do all religions lead to God? Aren’t they really just different paths to the same place, different perspectives on the same thing, different names for the same “higher power”? Tempting, but then we confront Jesus.

    Do All Religions Lead To God? Luke 13:22-30; Acts 17:16-23 May 29, 2005 Intro: Do all religions lead to God? Aren’t they really just different paths to the same place, different perspectives on the same thing, different names for the same “higher power”? Isn’t the important thing that we ...read more