Sermon Series
  • 1. "Love Your Enemies"

    Contributed on Apr 5, 2016
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    I do not write out sermon manuscripts. This is a brief outline of the first message in the series "Say What? (Some Head-Scratching Statements of Jesus)."

    INTRO: It’s Valentine’s Day, so let’s start with a quick survey: Has anyone here every broken-up with someone before Valentine’s Day so you wouldn’t have to buy them a present? (Don’t tell me I’m the only one!). Yes, I have done that. When I was single, ...read more

  • 2. "Out With Your Eye!"

    Contributed on Apr 6, 2016
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    I do not write out complete manuscript. This is a sermon brief/outline that I hope will help in your study and preparation. The main point: Take radical action against sin.

    We are in a series of messages that we are calling “Say What?!... Some Head-Scratching Statements of Jesus.” One reason Jesus’ teachings has caused people both then and now to scratch their heads in amazement, wonder, or bewilderment is because His teachings revealed KINGDOM ...read more

  • 3. Can You Thread A Needle With Your Camel?

    Contributed on Apr 11, 2016
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    In this message we discover that Jesus is not against us having money; but when money has us it's a whole different issue. Greed costs us more than we'll ever get from being greedy.

    Intro: The African hunters have an interesting strategy when it comes to catching monkeys. The hunter will take a hollow gourd, cut a hole in it just large enough for the monkey to fit its hand through, but too small for the monkey to pull its closed fist out, bait the trap with peanuts, rice, or ...read more

  • 4. "Love Me, Hate Mama?"

    Contributed on Apr 25, 2016
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    I do not write out complete manuscripts. This is a sermon brief/outline that I hope will help in your study and preparation. Main Point: Allegiance to Jesus above all others

    I grew up in Atlanta, GA during the 70’s. We had four professional sports teams: the Braves in baseball, Falcons in football, Hawks in basketball and Flames in hockey. The combined records of our local teams were so abysmal, that I remember Sports Illustrated magazine writing an article ...read more