Sermon Series
  • 1. The Greatest Psong

    Contributed on Jun 14, 2015

    The 23rd Psalm has been called the greatest Psalm. It is the best-loved, most-heard and most memorized.

    From Frank Sinatra to Rock-and-roll, and from country classics to Christian hymns, everyone loves some type of music. We listen to it in our cars, in our offices, in department stores, in elevators and on our smart phones. Simply stated, music moves us. The Bible is filled with music. It’s more

  • 2. A Crazy Psong

    Contributed on Aug 9, 2015

    God uses crazy when crazy is all He's got!

    What do you do when life gets crazy? When you are worn out, tired, discouraged, when things have not gone well, when you are, if not at the end of your rope, pretty close to the end – what do you do? I have confessed this before, even though people don’t always believe me – I more

  • 3. A Quiet Psong

    Contributed on Jun 14, 2015
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    Psalm 46 is a song of hope and assurance sung as a result of tragedy. No matter what happens in our lives, God is...

    Henry David Thoreau once said every writer's duty was to give “first and last, a simple and sincere account of their own life.” Most songwriters take that philosophy to heart, too. That’s certainly true with Taylor Swift. Almost all her songs have to do with break-ups with former more

  • 4. A Dancing Psong

    Contributed on Jun 24, 2015

    Our God is a transforming God, and the Psalmist sings a life song of praise through every circumstance of life.

    We returned from Annual Conference a couple of weeks ago. The theme this year was “Come and See,” taken from John’s Gospel, when Nathaniel was talking to Phillip about Jesus. Nathaniel told Phillip where Jesus was from, and Phillip asks, “Can anything good come out of more

  • 5. The Happy Psong

    Contributed on Jul 1, 2015

    David, just as Jesus did, shares the key to living a happy life.

    Do you remember the “minions?” They are the adorable yellow little helpers for Gru in the films Despicable Me and Despicable Me 2. They’ve shown up in advertising, television programs and music since those two movies, and now, on July 10th, is the debut of their own movie entitled more

  • 6. A Reverent Psong

    Contributed on Jul 6, 2015

    In challenging or changing times, the Psalmist reminds us the appropriate response of the people of faith is praise.

    Malcolm Gladwell, in 2000, debuted his first book entitled The Tipping Point. In that book, Gladwell defines the tipping point as “that magic moment when an idea, trend, or social behavior crosses a threshold, tips, and spreads like wildfire. Just as a single sick person can start an epidemic more

  • 7. A Long Psong

    Contributed on Jul 12, 2015

    The Psalmist sings a long song in praise of God's word.

    Don McLean’s 1971 hit American Pie is a long song. It goes on for over 8 ½ minutes telling the story of “the day the music died.” Let’s call American Pie the longest song to become a hit and receive regular airplay on U. S. radio stations, because generally, we don’t more

  • 8. A Psad, Psad Psong

    Contributed on Jul 26, 2015

    David's prayer of confession came as a result of a sad time in his life, but it became a song of grace and forgiveness.

    I love old homes. They have character, charm and history, and they have high ceilings. Most old homes have front porches, too. I love front porches. For all the warmth, charm and character old homes have, they often leave a lot to be desired. For one thing, the floors creak when you walk. For more

  • 9. My Favorite Psong

    Contributed on Jul 26, 2015

    David deals with the basic questions of life in this popular psalm.

    Bob Buford wrote a great book entitled Halftime. No, it’s not a football book. It’s a book about finding significance in life. Bob Buford was a business man who had spent the first half of his life searching for success, and came to realize his real search was for significance. more