Sermon Series
  • 1. Part 1: Preparing For The Fight

    Contributed on Nov 1, 2019

    I was raised NOT to fight. My Father told me since I was knee-high that fighting was wrong and that I would get a “whoopin’” if he ever found out that I had been fighting.

    The first fight I ever had was unofficial if you will and it was between a local farm-boy and myself. I was defeated, although it took awhile, and I ended up with two black eyes and some swelling to my jaw. I never asked for the fight but it happened and I was ill-prepared to defend more

  • 2. Part 2: Fear Not

    Contributed on Nov 1, 2019

    What are you afraid of? Is it the dark? Is it strangers? How about the fear of heights or closed spaces? Many of us have these fears and have a hard time getting over them.

    I guess it wouldn’t help if I told you that they are a mere figment of your imagination? There is a story about a tight-rope walker. He was performing in the local circus in the big-tent. He was more than 50 feet in the air and had no net. As he moved about there were oohs and ahhhs. After his more

  • 3. Part 3: Show 'em Who Is In Control

    Contributed on Nov 1, 2019

    My Father told me when I was just a pup, "Son, the very first play is the most important. You must show your opponent who is the boss!"

    It was good advice and I have never forgotten what he had said. Of course he was referring to football but it applies to most things, especially sports. Satan thinks he is the boss. He wants to boss you around in the RING of LIFE. From the time you are a young adult, he tries to impress his more