Sermon Series
  • 1. Smyrna: Faithful In Suffering

    Contributed on Jun 27, 2020
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    The New Testament church is marked by suffering and trusting its Lord.

    If you could live anywhere you wanted, where would you live? Some of you would want to go where there is a beach. Others would go to the mountains. According to U.S. News and World Report they rank for 2020 the #1 best place to live in the U.S. is Austin, Texas! That’s hard to accept for an OU more

  • 2. Pergamum: Truth Marks The Church

    Contributed on Jul 24, 2020

    The church is to hold to the truth inwardly as well as outwardly.

    Have you noticed how often a sword is at the center of a story? Young Arthur of King Arthur fame is destined to remove the sword from the stone, signifying he is the future king. The sword “Excalibur” bears the power to protect Arthur from harm. Only when the sword is stolen, does Arthur become more

  • 3. Holiness

    Contributed on Jul 24, 2020

    Holiness is the indispensable mark of a Christian and the church

    The medical field in Britain was rocked some years ago to discover that their profession had been infiltrated by terrorists. It was discovered that attempted terrorist acts were instigated by seven medical doctors and one medical lab technician with suspected links to al Qaeda. Britain hires more

  • 4. Real Church

    Contributed on Jul 24, 2020

    The mark of the church is reality. What is said and done is a true reflection of what they are inwardly.

    President Harry Truman enjoyed telling the story about a man who was hit on the head at work. The blow was so severe that he was knocked unconscious for an extended period. His family was convinced that he was dead. The funeral home was called, and the undertaker picked him up at the hospital. more

  • 5. Opportunity

    Contributed on Jul 24, 2020

    Boldly act on the opportunity to share and serve Christ.

    The first door lock, as we imagine door locks, was invented by an Egyptian 3,000 years ago. There was little improvement on locks until the Romans invented a kind of notched key. The next major improvement on locks was not until the 1700’s. A man by the name of Yale invented the tumbler lock. more

  • 6. Wholeheartedness

    Contributed on Jul 25, 2020

    God wants and deserves our best.

    During the first World War, just after the turn of the 20th century, Teddy Roosevelt thundered against what he called hyphenated Americans. He meant people who had divided loyalty. We use hyphenation to describe ethnicity. Roosevelt said, “America is not a polyglot boarding house. (A “polyglot” more