Sermon Series
  • 1. Rehoboam

    Contributed on Feb 19, 2009
    based on 16 ratings

    Rehoboam was almost a hero. He stood at the threshold of greatness but chose poorly and destroyed everything his father and grandfather had built. Through his example we can perhaps learn to better follow the ways of Jesus.

    Heroes Rehoboam 1 Kings 12:1-14 February 15, 2009 In 1997, Reeve Lindbergh, daughter of aviator Charles Lindbergh, was invited to give the annual Lindbergh Address at the Smithsonian Institution’s Air and Space Museum to commemorate the 70th anniversary of her father’s historic solo flight more

  • 2. Solomon

    Contributed on Feb 19, 2009
    based on 1 rating

    The next hero is David’s son and successor: Solomon. We’ll examine what aspects that urges to embrace

    Heroes of the OT Solomon 1 Kings 3:1-15 February 8, 2009 This week we are continuing to look at the heroes of the Old Testament with a guy a named Solomon. Last week we began with David and this week we continue by looking at David’s successor and son, Solomon. We’ll be using 1 Kings more

  • 3. David

    Contributed on Feb 19, 2009
    based on 4 ratings

    We begin a series looking at some heroes of the Old Testament. We begin with a great hero who was called a man after God’s own heart: David. We’ll uncover one of David’s most important qualities and contributions to us in our day and age.

    Heroes of the OT David 1 Chronicles 12:16-18 February 1, 2008 We are starting a new series called Heroes of the OT. I think this series is going to have a powerful impact and could really affect some change in our live—if we can really buy into what God is saying and apply it. I believe this more

  • 4. Moses

    Contributed on Feb 23, 2009
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    Moses was a great example of someone who sacrificed for what he believed in. We’ll look at this model of sacrifice that eventually was surpassed by the ultimate model: Jesus.</

    Heroes of the OT: Moses Acts 7:17-36 February 22, 2009 It was bedtime for Danny. His mom had taken him upstairs to his room to put him to bed. As they said their prayers, it was obvious the Danny was distracted by the rain storm outside. The wind howled. Lightening flashed. The thundered more

  • 5. Deborah

    Contributed on Mar 17, 2009
    based on 15 ratings

    Deborah was a hero for Israel when a it was a time when women were not respected as leaders. She models for us an acute understanding of respect for herself and others.

    Heroes of the OT: Deborah Judges 4:1-10 March 15, 2009 I want to start with a question—Is respect given or earned? Should respect just be automatically given or does respect need to be earned? I tend to think that it is both. Although our culture tends to withhold respect until it is earned, more

  • 6. Gideon

    Contributed on Mar 23, 2009
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    Gideon shows us what it is like to to step out in faith despite the doubts that you may have.

    Heroes of the OT: Gideon Judges 7:7-15 March 22, 2009 This morning we are going to look at another hero of the OT: Gideon. Have any of you ever felt incompetent, or ill-suited, or like a “fish out of water,” or ill-prepared, or ill-equipped, or maybe you felt like you were just not good more

  • 7. Josiah

    Contributed on Apr 6, 2009
    based on 9 ratings

    Our last hero, Josiah, shows us what it means to be a breakthrough hero. What Josiah is able to accomplish sets the stage for the renewal of a pivotal worship practice that prepares the way for Jesus’ new covenant.

    Heroes of the OT: Josiah 2 Kings 23:19-25 March 29, 2009 Our last hero is Josiah. He is what I’m calling a breakthrough hero. I’ll be talking about what that means for the people of the OT and for us. What I believe this hero will address is the social area of our lives with a strong emphasis more