Sermon Series
  • 1. Beating Around The Bush

    Contributed on Aug 11, 2012
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    I remember clearly a time in my life when I had gotten to a point where God was speaking to me about making some major changes in my life and ministry. God was about to do something new in my life and the details were not very clear for me. Can anyone i

    “Beating Around the Bush” Exodus 3:1-14 I remember clearly a time in my life when I had gotten to a point where God was speaking to me about making some major changes in my life and ministry. God was about to do something new in my life and the details were not very clear for me. ...read more

  • 2. Here's Your Sign

    Contributed on Aug 12, 2012
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    When Moses saw the burning bush he was immediately attracted to it; not because the bush was burning but because it was burning and could not be consumed. A fire that never burns out and a bush that is never consumed…led Moses to realize that this fire

    “Here’s your Sign!” Exodus 4:1-17 When Moses saw the burning bush he was immediately attracted to it; not because the bush was burning but because it was burning and could not be consumed. A fire that never burns out and a bush that is never consumed…led Moses to ...read more

  • 3. Moses: A Real Basket Case

    Contributed on Sep 2, 2012
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    When God starts searching for a leader what traits does He look for? The answers may surprise you.

    UNLIKELY LEADERSHIP “Moses: A Real basket Case” Exodus 2:1-10 Some years ago my family and I had the opportunity to visit the birthplace of Abraham Lincoln, one of our greatest presidents. We were able to walk through the log cabin he grew up in. It took us about two minutes. ...read more

  • 4. Moses: A Real Basket Case

    Contributed on Sep 4, 2012
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    We have to ask what does God look for in a potential leader? These 3 things. (1) He looks for a man or woman who is deeply spiritual. He called David a man after His own heart. God is looking for men and women whose hearts are completely his. (2)

    UNLIKELY LEADERSHIP “Moses: A Real basket Case” Exodus 2:1-10 Some years ago my family and I had the opportunity to visit the birthplace of Abraham Lincoln, one of our greatest presidents. We were able to walk through the log cabin he grew up in. It took us about two minutes. ...read more

  • 5. Crisis

    Contributed on Sep 6, 2012
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    So Moses went to the people and told them what God had said but here’s the problem---the people were discouraged. By now they were irritated, impatient…they were made at Moses and when you’re mad at the preacher then you have trouble listening to the mes

    “Crisis Management” Exodus 5 & 6 When we look at the life of this man named Moses we find that the OT is filled with stories of his life. It would be easy I believe to preach a full year of sermons on his life but I feel sure it would be just me and Ross and my wife and I’m ...read more

  • 6. Together Everyone Accomplishes More

    Contributed on Sep 6, 2012
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    Ever stood in line at the grocery store….the post office/WalMart? Ever get impatient? Me too. I count items people have and try to get in the shortest line. So imagine what it would be like if you had to wait in line for not minutes or hours but for d

    “Together Everyone Accomplishes More” Exodus 18: 13-23 Twenty years ago a man named Neil Rudenstein was the president of Harvard University. One of the jobs of a college president is to raise funds for the school. And he was very good at it. If you can imagine for 3 years he ...read more

  • 7. Why Me Lord?

    Contributed on Sep 6, 2012
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    The problem with grumbling is that it’s contagious. Like a virus it was spreading through their camp…it spreads through families, it spreads through churches … it is highly contagious. Look at v. 2. “then the whole congregation of the children of Israe

    “Why me, Lord?” Exodus 16 Take a look at this picture. Have you seen it before? (Picture is of a man eating a bowl of soup and a piece of bread and bowing in thanks) You will find this picture hanging in many homes as a reminder that we should always be thankful for our daily ...read more

  • 8. "I Did It My Way"

    Contributed on Oct 1, 2013
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    Many times we get ourselves into a tangled mess and we don’t want to admit the real problem. We caused it. We’re responsible. So what do we do?

    “I Did it my Way” Exodus 2:11-15b Chuck Swindoll said that when their youngest son was about 4 or 5 years of age that he was always getting his shoestrings tied in a knot and never could get it out. So like kids will often do he would pull on the string with everything he had ...read more