Sermon Series
  • 1. Surviving Your Finances

    Contributed on Mar 27, 2001
    based on 84 ratings
     | 4,903 views

    In order to survive our finances, we need to examine our heart attitude toward money and possessions.

    When it comes to money and finances, preachers often fall into one of two extremes. The first is to avoid mentioning money altogether; or, if they absolutely must talk about it, to approach the topic very gingerly and apologetically, with a vague sense of embarrassment, as if money were a subject ...read more

  • 2. Surviving Your Marriage

    Contributed on Mar 27, 2001
    based on 185 ratings
     | 13,935 views

    In order to survive your marriage, you need to: (1) seek to serve rather than be served, and (2) stop trying to change each other

    When a man and woman are first married, they typically share a dream of having a wonderful, loving, life together. But too often, after a few years their marriage resembles a field of battle more than a field of dreams. It may not be all-out warfare; the combatants may be able to put up a ...read more

  • 3. Surviving Loss

    Contributed on Mar 27, 2001
    based on 63 ratings
     | 2,632 views

    We can survive loss by allowing ourselves to grieve, by receiving God’s comfort and strength, and by trusting in God’s sovereign purposes.

    As your pastor, I try to be as open and transparent as possible. I want you to know me well enough to see that the faith I talk about every week is real. And one of the ways you get to know someone is by asking what they like. Favorite food, favorite hobby. Favorite movie. So, in case any of you ...read more

  • 4. Surviving Job Stress

    Contributed on Mar 27, 2001
    based on 144 ratings
     | 7,224 views

    In order to survive job stress, we must put God first; we must sometimes say "no" to other things in order to say "yes" to God.

    Do you ever feel overwhelmed by the demands of your job, as if no matter how hard you work, you just get farther and farther behind? You go into the office early so you can get some work done before the phone starts ringing, you work through lunch answering e-mail, you stay late trying to get the ...read more