Contributed on Jun 7, 2010
It's not enough to just go to church. Christians need to be there for each other to sharpen the iron that God has placed within us.
OPEN: I love superheroes. My mom once told of the times I’d go out into the yard with a bath towel tied around my neck and would “fly” around the yard. And when I was a kid I read comic books about superheroes, watched TV shows and cartoons and went to the movies to watch them ...read more
Contributed on Jun 16, 2010
Paul told the Ephesian elders that wolves would arise from among the own number. How were they to be able to tell when someone (like an Elder) had become one of the bad guys?
OPEN: Last week I told you I loved superheroes. And I have done extensive research for this sermon series for years. I’ve read superhero comic books/ watched superhero TV shows/ went to superhero Movies. I’m what you might call an “expert” in superheroes. And one of the things about superheroes ...read more
Contributed on Jun 21, 2010
How can I honor my father if he wasn't that good a man to begin with? Why should I do that?
OPEN: Ravi Zacharias told of speaking one time at Ohio State University. He said “As I was being driven to the lecture, we passed the new Wexner Art Center. The driver said, “This is a new art building for the university. It is a fascinating building designed in the post-modernist view ...read more
Contributed on Jun 27, 2010
The power core that enables Iron Man to a superhero. But while his power core isn’t even remotely possible, we have a source of power within us that goes far beyond anything man has ever created.
OPEN: (Video from the first Iron Man movie of Anthony Stark having his assistant Pepper Potts replace his power core. Begins with Stark contacting Potts asking “How big are your hands” and ends with Stark thanking her for her help) What you just saw was Iron Man’s assistant replacing his power ...read more