Contributed on Sep 7, 2008
In this message we look at the issue of lordship and how important obedience is to transformation...
This week we start a new series of messages with a football theme! I’m sure you probably watched some college football yesterday - and many of you are ready for the NFL season to start - so am I by the way... Anyway, this morning we start with a very simple, but important concept. If you want to ...read more
Contributed on Sep 14, 2008
This message talks about the destruction of sin and how to avoid it...
I enjoy watching a good football game. Yesterday, I must admit that I watched several... One of my favorite parts of a football game is when there’s a game changing play - a long pass - or a huge run - that is so fun to watch! BUT one of my least favorite parts of the game is what happens when you ...read more
Contributed on Sep 21, 2008
In this message we look at persecution and sharing our faith and life.
When I was a boy there was a side lot on our church property where we would play football. I remember playing with my best friend. It was just the two of us, so it wasn’t really football - it was more of a game of tackle the guy with the ball. I used to pretend like I was Tony Dorsett. I would get ...read more
Contributed on Sep 28, 2008
This message talks about how we should be passing on wisdom, and how easy that really is to accomplish!
I am a fan of the long pass. Who of us isn’t really, right? Most of us as kids grow up wanting to be quarterbacks. We day dream of catching or throwing that game winning Hail Mary pass. Throwing and catching is a lot of fun to watch too... This morning, I want to talk about what you pass on from ...read more
Contributed on Oct 5, 2008
This message teaches us how to handle the unexpected...
In football, most of the plays are called by the coaches. It used to be done by signs. The quarterback would get the signs and relay those to his team in the huddle. Now a lot of that is done with technology - the helmet has an audio feature so he can get a play that way... But often, the play that ...read more