Sermon Series
  • 1. This Thing Called Commitment

    Contributed on Jun 16, 2005
    based on 3 ratings

    This sermon introduces the idea of commitment. This series addresses the weakness that Christians have in committing to Christ totally.

    This Thing Called Commitment I remember back in 1998 when I saw my wife for the very first time. She wasn’t my wife at the time, but I knew I was going to like her. I met her at college, back at good old Central Christian College. We got to know each other. We were at the New Student more

  • 2. Choose One Chair

    Contributed on Jun 16, 2005
    based on 8 ratings

    This challenges people to pick what they’re going to be committed to and to stop riding the fence of Christianity.

    Choose One Chair! A few years ago psychologist Ruth W. Berenda and her associates carried out an interesting experiment with teenagers designed to show how a person handled group pressure. The plan was simple. They brought groups of ten adolescents into a room for a test. Subsequently, each more

  • 3. The Importance Of Church Attendance

    Contributed on Jun 17, 2005
    based on 17 ratings

    This sermon deals with church attendance and our commitment to it. Also, how does God feel about church attendance.

    The Importance of Church Attendance! If You Want to Kill the Church Never go to your church or meetings held there, if you do go, be late, it’s no one’s affair. If the weather is bad, either too hot or snowing, just stay home and rest, for there’ll be others going. But should you attend, more

  • 4. Reflecting God's Holiness In Love

    Contributed on Jun 24, 2005
    based on 5 ratings

    It’s hard to pinpoint being holy like God. But if we just look at it from the perspective of love, then maybe we can understand God’s holiness and reflect it better in our own lives!

    Reflecting God’s Holiness in Love! Every week my son Grant does something that I could probably use in a sermon in some way. I just love watching him and seeing the things he does and I try to remember as many of them as possible because they make such good illustrations. Parents, did you know more

  • 5. Commitment To Our Country

    Contributed on Jun 30, 2005
    based on 2 ratings

    Christians need to know that commitment to God also includes commitment to our country. Somewhere along the way, we have lost that.

    Commitment to Country Many people in our country uphold the belief that our founding fathers had no religious heritage in their lives at all. Most of our founding fathers were either deists or atheists. When they wrote the Constitution they wrote it with the intent in mind to keep God out of our more