Sermon Series
  • 1. Choosing Slavery

    Contributed on Mar 5, 2006
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    Any bondage that is not to Christ is a poor choice.

    Intro: This morning marks the first Sunday of Lent. This is a period of six weeks, leading up to Easter, in which we prepare for the glorious resurrection of our Redeemer. Our deliverer is coming. That’s not a new sentiment. Indeed, it even predates Christ by nearly two millennia. And yet, even more

  • 2. The Secret Ingredient

    Contributed on Mar 19, 2006
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    God’s mission without God’s methods is a recipie for disaster. Note: You should have a Hershey’s chocolate bar for this sermon.

    Milton Hershey started out by learning to be a printer. He lived just north of Lancaster, PA, and worked on a German paper. But soon, he realized how much he hated the work. So one day, he threw his straw hat into the press, and promptly got himself fired. And so, needing a job, his mother got more

  • 3. He Heard Our Cry

    Contributed on Mar 19, 2006
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    FCF: Jesus hears us and save us, because he is willing to get involved. We can too. This sermon primarily relates the story of the Amistad a ship of slaves who were set free, but only after the intervention of a powerful advocate – a former president o

    <READ Exodus 2.23-25; 3.7> It was early in the year 1839 when Joseph Cinque was captured and sold into slavery. It was, of course, illegal in 1839 to transport slaves from Africa, and had been for nearly 20 years, but slave ships were still often able to leave Sierra Leone under cover of more

  • 4. Here I Am - Send Him

    Contributed on Apr 2, 2006
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    Our ability to do the work of Christ is not constrained by our abilities so much as by our conception of God.

    Title: Here I am – Send Him Text: Exodus 3:1-16;4:1;10-13 Intro: In 1873, those who bothered probably knew Phoebe Knapp as nothing but the organist at her Methodist church in NYC. She was a wealthy enough woman – her parents had left her a large estate. But much of that was tied up in her more

  • 5. A Short Reflection On The Name

    Contributed on Apr 2, 2006
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    A short (1 pg!) reflection on God’s Holy Name. This is part of a praise service

    Title: Short Reflection on the Divine Name Text: Exodus 3:13-15 We all know that names, especially in Bible times, took on amazing significance. So, this week, when I was study Moses’ encounter with God, I started wondering, why is it that God chose to give himself the name that he did. Think more

  • 6. Who Comes?

    Contributed on Apr 16, 2006
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    People don’t accept or reject you or even what you think. They accept or reject God who is behind you.

    Title: “Blessed is he who comes in the name of the Lord” Text: Exodus 5:1-4 FCF: Acceptance of our Deliverer requires trust that God is a better God than we are. When the tomato was first brought to the United States, people didn’t trust it much. They thought it was pretty, but they certainly more