Sermon Series
  • 1. Aren’t All Religions Basically The Same?

    Contributed on Jan 11, 2013

    for the next three weeks I’m going to present three messages from the pulpit that I am calling the “Big Questions”. These are not necessarily questions you all have, though some of you may. But these are intended to answer some of the most common question

    You may have heard this story before: Several blind men were led into a King’s courtyard, where they encountered an elephant. One felt a tusk and concluded that the elephant is like a spear. Another touched a leg and thought that the elephant is like a tree. Yet another bumped into the side more

  • 2. What Is The Trinity?

    Contributed on Jan 16, 2013

    the mystery of the Trinity, God being three persons in one, has been difficult for Christians to explain since the beginning. Last week we talked about some religions and offshoots of Christianity who have denied the Trinitarian nature of God because it

    How many of you have read the Shack? I recently read it and the newest book that author came out with, and both books have interesting imaginings about the Trinity. In both books the Father, Jesus, and Holy Spirit are people with various characteristics, male and female. In the Shack, the Father more

  • 3. Is The Bible Really God's Word?

    Contributed on Jan 24, 2013

    Research tells us that about 65% of protestant Christians believe that the Bible is the inspired word of God. Depending how you look at that it may seem high or low to you. To me it’s cause for concern because a full 35% of professing Christians are not s

    However it’s not surprising that the number is so low. It’s very hard to prove and most of us have just believed that it is God’s Word because we were told that it is. That’s very hard for a seeker or unbeliever to blindly accept. If I point a person to the Bible and more