Sermon Series
  • 1. Death: R.i.p.

    Contributed on Jun 15, 2003
    based on 39 ratings
     | 4,646 views

    This Easter sermon describes the birth, life-cycle and fatal blow (as delivered by Jesus) of Death, currently on life support until the end.

    1 Corinthians 15:55 - Death: R.I.P. We are here today to announce the passing of a faithful attender of this church for many years. In fact this faithful one has been coming virtually since this church began. Although he’s not here every single week, we are often reminded of his presence. ...read more

  • 2. One Thing Missing

    Contributed on Jun 15, 2003
    based on 48 ratings
     | 6,153 views

    A harmony of the 3 accounts of the rich young ruler, showing Jesus’ love but also His unwavering call to commitment - a sermon about eternal life.

    Luke 18:18-30 – One Thing Missing Let’s turn together to read the Apostles’ Creed, #8 in our hymnals. Each of us is on a search, a quest, a hunt for that all-elusive creature called life. Even though each of us has life to certain extent, we all want more of it. More life, better life, ...read more

  • 3. My Chains Fell Off

    Contributed on Jun 28, 2003
    based on 227 ratings
     | 56,560 views

    Expository and topical look at forgiveness from the parable of the unforgiving debtor.

    Matthew 18:21-35 - My Chains Fell Off At a convention with their wives, two businessmen who had been roommates in college crossed paths. They sat in the lobby all night talking. They knew they would be in trouble with their wives. The next day they happened to see each other. "What did your ...read more

  • 4. The Body Of Christ

    Contributed on Jun 28, 2003
    based on 27 ratings
     | 3,432 views

    The body of Christ (his physical body, the bread, and the church) are most useful when broken, for God’s plans to save the world. Bulletin notes attached.

    John 1:14; 1 Corinthians 12:27; Luke 22:19 – The Body of Christ Have you ever broken anything? A dish, a plate? My friend Greg, who is now the assistant pastor at the Wesleyan church in Marysville, had our share of breaking things. I got new boxing gloves one year, and we were boxing out ...read more

  • 5. Would You Like A Refill?

    Contributed on Jun 28, 2003
    based on 64 ratings
     | 6,508 views

    A theological but practical look at the Holy Spirit and what He does in our lives.

    Would You Like a Refill? – John 14:15-18, 25-27 It’s been said… God is like Pan Am … He makes the going great. God is like General Electric … He lights your path. God is like Bayer Aspirin … He works wonders. God is like Hallmark Cards … He cares enough to send the very best. God is ...read more

  • 6. So Much To Say, So Few Words

    Contributed on Jun 28, 2003
    based on 16 ratings
     | 2,291 views

    This sums up the life of Jesus, as seen thru the Apostles’ Creed: His cradle, His cross, His crown.

    So Much to Say, So Few Words - Philippians 2:5-11 Billy Sunday, a great preacher from the early 1900’s, once said: “There are two hundred and fifty-six names given in the Bible for the Lord Jesus Christ, and I suppose this was because He was infinitely beyond all that any one name could ...read more

  • 7. Paternal Instincts

    Contributed on Jun 28, 2003
    based on 18 ratings
     | 1,641 views

    A topical look at God’s characteristics as found in the Apostles’ Creed, that is, that He is our Creator and He is our Father.

    “I Know” - Paternal Instincts James Michener, writing in his book, The Source, tells the story of a man named Urbaal, who was a farmer living about 2200 B.C. He worshipped two gods: one, a god of death, and the other, a goddess of fertility. One day, the temple priests tell Urbaal to bring his ...read more

  • 8. Can I Really Believe In The Church?

    Contributed on Sep 4, 2003
    based on 21 ratings
     | 1,290 views

    The five purposes of the church, as displayed by 5 images Jesus used to describe the church, and how Christians fit into the picture.

    Ephesians 4:1-16 – Can I Believe in the Church? I’m told that in a museum in Greenwich Village, Detroit, MI, there is a huge steam locomotive. Beside this complicated machine, there is a sign showing boiler pressure, size, the number of wheels, horsepower, lengths, weight and so on. The bottom ...read more