Contributed on Nov 29, 2010
The Christmas season is about celebrating the incarnation, the time when God became a man. God visited this planet in human form over 2,000 years ago; how do we understand who our Savior is?
The Logos (John 1:1-13) 1. This past Tuesday, it was difficult to drive in and out of our church parking lot because of a barrage of traffic down Webster Street. 2. Where did this traffic come from? Downtown was blocked off because President Obama and Vice-President Biden were speaking at a ...read more
Contributed on Dec 5, 2010
Many people know or knew God in a partial sense, but through Jesus Christ we can know him deeply.
The Amazing Jesus Christ (John 1:14-18) 1. Most people know that Christmas celebrates the birth of Jesus Christ, but they really do not understand as much as we think they do. In a small Southern town there was a "Nativity Scene" that showed great skill and talent had gone into creating it. ...read more
Contributed on Dec 13, 2010
The focus of our personal ministries should be introducing and calling attention to Jesus Christ, not ourselves.
God’s Gift to Mankind: A Lamb (John 1:19-34) 1. For about 14 years, I have been teaching AWANA. I teach each of our three division, beginning with a puppet skit and then a flannel graph lesson with felt figures… 2. I taught the Christmas Story to the Sparks, K=2nd grade…then Austin helped ...read more
Contributed on Dec 27, 2010
The basics of discipleship are easy to understand, not always easy to do, but thye are the prerequisites to become the kind of Christian God expects you to become.
Becoming The Messiah's Disciple (John 1:35-51) 1. Sometimes we hear phrases and teachings so often that we could easily parrot them back, but we really understand? 2. A chauffeur had driven the chemistry professor to dozens of speaking engagements. He’d heard the same canned speech ...read more