Contributed on Sep 5, 2011
Both Jamestown and Plymouth nearly failed in their early years. But it was the Pilgrims' view of labor that not only saved it's colony, but became the driving force in making our nation great.
OPEN: (Asking the Crowd) What is this weekend? That’s right – it’s Labor Day Weekend. And our sermon today is the beginning of a series on “What Made America Great”. This first sermon deals with the greatness that has been brought to our nation because of how and ...read more
Contributed on Sep 11, 2011
New York has built a beautiful building to replace the fallen Twin Towers. It’s a beautiful memorial to those who have died. And then Gov. George Pataki named it "The Freedom Tower". This sermon examines the symbolism of that tower and it’s application fo
OPEN: Chuck (our worship leader) just sang Alan Jackson’s song which asked where were you when the “world stopped turning”, when the Twin Towers fell 10 years ago. Several of our people were visiting New York City and were trapped at Central Park, unable to tell quite what had happened, or knowing ...read more
Contributed on Sep 19, 2011
When America won its freedom it did so - in part - because it had a secret weapon that even the King of England feared.
OPEN: 1776. That was the year the Declaration of Independence was signed. But did signing that declaration actually make America a free and independent nation? No. There was still a long, and costly conflict that needed to fought with THE superpower of the day. • America only had rag tag ...read more
Contributed on Sep 26, 2011
If God condemned Israel for it’s lax attitude toward marriage, has God blessed America because of the Biblical attitude our nation has had for it’s first 150 years or so? This Sermon also focuses on many of the lies about marriage our nation has begun to
OPEN: This is our last in our series: "What Made America Great." Over the past weeks we’ve dealt with the Christian Work Ethic, the Godly Freedom we enjoy, and the influence of the Church in shaping the thinking of our early founders. Today’s sermon focuses on the role Marriage has played in ...read more