Sermon Series
  • 1. Relationship Busters Pt.1

    Contributed on Apr 3, 2008
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    Today we are going tolook at qualities that literally destroy relationships.

    INTRO: The story is told of a young man during the Middle Ages who went to a monk, saying, "I’ve sinned by telling slanderous statements about someone. What should I do now?" The monk replied, "Put a feather on every doorstep in town." The young man did it. Then he returned to the monk, wondering more

  • 2. Relationship Busters Pt.2

    Contributed on Apr 3, 2008
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    Envy is the second pillar in unhealthy relationships that we’re going to look at this morning.

    INTRO: There is a fable that Satan’s agents were failing in their various attempts to draw into sin a holy man who lived as a hermit in the desert of northern Africa. Every attempt had met with failure, so Satan, angered with the incompetence of his subordinates, became personally involved in the more

  • 3. Relationship Busters Pt.3

    Contributed on Apr 3, 2008
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    Today we are going to look at the pillar of greed.

    INTRO: A few years ago in Boston, the bodies of two elderly women were discovered in their small apartment. They had died a few days earlier. An autopsy revealed malnutrition was the cause of death. But hidden in the mattresses and sewn up in pillows and draperies was nearly $200,000 in cash! The more

  • 4. Relationship Busters Pt.4

    Contributed on Apr 3, 2008
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    Today we’re talking about the 4th pillar of unhealthy relationships, disrespect

    INTRO: Two men were golfing together near a cemetery. While the one man was preparing to putt, a hearse turned into the cemetery. He immediately looked up, dropped his putter, removed his cap and bowed his head. After a couple of minutes he returned his attention to golf. When the two men returned more

  • 5. Relationship Busters Pt.5

    Contributed on Apr 10, 2008
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    We are going to look at the foundation of what this house stands on and it’s self.

    INTRO: In a 2001 Times Magazine cover article entitled, "Power Struggle—Who’s in Charge", a vivid example of a somewhat epidemic was given. It reads: Here is a parenting parable for our age. Carla Wagner, 17, of Coral Gables, Florida, spent the afternoon drinking the tequila she charged on her more