Sermon Series
  • 1. The Promise Of Marriage

    Contributed on Jul 13, 2009
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    Many people today are asking the question, “What is the definition of marriage?” At the same time they might wonder who sets the definition. Don’t you think that the One who designed marriage in the first place is the One who gets to set the definition? The marriage debate is raging all over this nation. 31 states have amended their constitutions to define marriage as the union of one man and one woman. West Virginia isn’t one of them. West Virginia is one of the states who is relying on legislative more

  • 2. The Picture Of Marriage

    Contributed on Jul 20, 2009
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    Don’t you just love a good mystery? In today’s passage, Paul reveals the fact that marriage is a mystery. But it’s not just an ordinary mystery. Marriage is a mystery that reveals the true nature of Jesus and the love He has for His bride, the church. In just these few verses, Paul tells us that this thing called marriage is a picture. In the working out of what it means to be husband and wife, married couples paint a picture of the Gospel of Jesus Christ. In the unique role of a man being a husband, he more

  • 3. Family Forgiveness

    Contributed on Aug 18, 2009
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    Because everyone has sinned, everyone needs forgiveness. That is especially true within families. How does forgiveness play out in our families?

    You might have heard the name Clara Barton before. After the Civil War, she helped organize the American Red Cross. One day a friend came up to her and reminded her of something awful that someone had done to her in the past. When her friend brought it up to her, she looked at her like she more

  • 4. The Permanence Of Marriage

    Contributed on Aug 18, 2009
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    Is divorce ever an option? We will look at that in this sermon titled, "The Permanence of Marriage."

    Sometimes we get to look at easy passages. Sometimes we have to look at difficult passages. This is a difficult passage. But when we think about it, most of Jesus’ teachings are difficult. They are difficult because they force us to confront things in our life that we don’t want to. They force more

  • 5. Family Faith

    Contributed on Aug 18, 2009
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    Your faith is not your own. Your faith is also your family’s faith. The question is, is your home a place of family faith?

    What is our most basic calling in life? Let me put it another way—why are you here? There is a lot of talk in the church today about finding our purpose in life. What is God’s purpose for me? What is His will for my life? Why has God put me here? And people look all over the place to find the more

  • 6. Family Finances

    Contributed on Sep 1, 2009
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    Does your family know where their money comes from? Does your family know where their material resources come from? Just like everything you are, and everything you have—it all belongs to the one who created it in the first place. The responsibility of

    Well, we have reached the last message in this Faith and Family series. Over the past six weeks, we’ve talked about some sticky subjects. We’ve talked about submission. We’ve talked about sacrifice. We’ve talked about the covenant nature of marriage. We’ve talked about sex. We’ve talked about more