Sermon Series
  • 1. How To Treat Those Who Hurt Me

    Contributed on Aug 11, 2004
    based on 53 ratings

    Let’s understand three “MUSTS” when handling personal hurt.

    “How to Treat Those who Hurt Me” Text: Matthew 18:15-17; 21-35 Mark G. Magee A. All hurt: Everyone has had someone hurt them. Physical, emotional, and verbal abuse, rejection, ignored, fired, abandoned, broken engagements, divorce, gossip, lies, insult, cussed, theft, more

  • 2. How To Reach Your Family For Christ

    Contributed on Aug 11, 2004
    based on 19 ratings

    Let’s make a couple of Suggestions that may allow for greater success in reaching your family for Christ.

    A. This past week, I’ve had the privilege of spending time with my mother-in-law and my wife’s mother-in-law. Now I have a great mother-in-law, but I would have to say my wife’s mother-in-law is Supreme. (welcome Mom, Happy Anniversary). B. Mother-in-law Joke: While on vacation more

  • 3. How To Treat The Successful

    Contributed on Aug 11, 2004
    based on 10 ratings

    I want us to learn from Jesus as he interacts with a man with great success-- a Roman Centurion!

    A. "Welcome" B. Dody Gadient, a school-teacher for thirteen years, decided to travel across America and see the sights she had been teaching about. Traveling alone in a pick-up with a travel trailer in tow she launched out on her great adventure. One afternoon rounding a curve on I-5 near more

  • 4. How To Treat Those Who Are Busy

    Contributed on Aug 11, 2004
    based on 20 ratings

    As we continue our series, “How to Treat Others”, I want us to talk about, “How to treat those who are busy.” And I have a feeling it will really be a sermon about how to treat yourself.

    Some time ago, a newspaper in Tacoma, Washington, carried the story of Tattoo, the basset hound. Tattoo didn’t intend to go for an evening run, but when his owner shut his leash in the car door and took off for a drive, Tattoo had no choice. A motorcycle officer named Terry Filbert noticed a more

  • 5. How To Treat Those Who Are Negative/Critical

    Contributed on Aug 11, 2004
    based on 54 ratings

    In this message, let’s look at five pro-active commitments that will help us be positive in a negative world.

    A. One time after church, a father gripped to his son all the way home. He’d found fault with everything in the service. He criticized the preacher, the sermon, the music, and everything in general. The boy, who had noticed what his father put in the offering plate, said, “Well, Dad, what can more