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  • The Day After Christmas

    Contributed by Stephen Sheane on Dec 20, 2009
    based on 62 ratings

    Christmas is great, but what do you do after the presents have been opened and the turkey has been eaten. The day after Christmas is a time for pondering, praising and proclaiming.

    THE DAY AFTER CHRISTMAS Around our house we start putting up decorations more than a month before Christmas. For our kids their focus is usually on Christmas morning. They wake up and open their presents. Then we go to church and come home for a big meal. Then it’s over. At the end of the more

  • Time And The Task

    Contributed by Ewen Huffman on Jan 1, 2005
    based on 20 ratings

    A sermon for our covenant (rededication) service just after the Indian Ocean Tsunami of Boxing day 2004. Covers suffering, taking the gospel and commitment.

    Time and the task. Sun 2nd Jan 2005 pm .WBC After the Indian Ocean Tsunami of 26th Dec 2004 Luke 13:1-5 and Eph 3:1-21 FALL AND FRAILTY Like me, shocked and pained by images on screen? - but I want to say, this has strengthened to me why I am a Christian and not something else (more on more

  • The Day After Christmas

    Contributed by Dana Visneskie on Jan 6, 2005
    based on 15 ratings

    This sermon talks about what happened after Jesus birth. Three things took place that changed civilization, a great Boxing Day or New Years sermon.

    Title: The Day After Christmas Text: Luke 2:21-24 Read Text!!! Pray!!! Introduction: - Today is boxing day, the day after Christmas. - Many things happen on Boxing Day that don’t happen on Christmas day. - For example there are some great sales in stores on boxing day. - The mail more

  • Remember The Poor

    Contributed by Mike Wilkins on Dec 28, 2004
    based on 71 ratings

    Caring for the poor is a basic tenant of the Christian faith. Here’s how to do it the Biblical way.

    Remember The Poor Boxing Day 2004 Galatians 2:10 Nowadays when we think of "Boxing Day," the word "sale" almost immediately follows. But in it’s tradition Boxing Day is not about getting more stuff at reduced prices. The Boxing Day tradition began in Britain possibly as early as in more

  • Dont Box Jesus

    Contributed by Craig Smee on Jan 6, 2005
    based on 15 ratings

    A day after Christmas sermon based on the faithfulness of Jospeh

    What a weekend it has been? Can you believe it is all over for another year? All over for another year. No it is most certainly not!!! What do you think that’s it? Do you think that Jesus boils down to Christmas and Easter. BOXING DAY Boxing day has really lost its significance. Some more

  • Saint Stephen

    Contributed by Mike Wilkins on Jan 7, 2003
    based on 106 ratings

    What is God saying to our church through the first Christian Martyr, Stephen?

    Acts 6-7 Saint Stephen Boxing day – the day after Christmas, the day you recover, sit on the couch and sip something that goes plop, plop, fizz, fizz. Boxing day – the day that, just incase you haven’t had enough of the malls, and you credit cards aren’t quite topped up, you go to the stores more

  • Fellowship Or Friendship (Or Where Three Is Not A Crowd)

    Contributed by Bramwell Hayes on Aug 9, 2004
    based on 9 ratings

    The basis of Christian fellowship and warnings about false attempts.

    Fellowship or friendship? Or when three is not a crowd Introduction There was recently a debate on the name of the Salvation Army on the website, one contributor, somewhat sarcastically, suggested that the name should be changed to the friendship club. In fact, corps and more

  • What's The News Post- Christmas?

    Contributed by Andrew Moffatt on Dec 27, 2013

    There is a lot of hype around Christmas this message is a challange to engage after the main event. Or is it the main event?

    Christmas 2013 was one of those interesting times, our first Christmas in Dunedin, and our first Christmas alone as a couple without the boys. As I mentioned last week Rochelle and I were really keen to go somewhere for a picnic and between torrential downpours we managed to find a lovely spot more

  • Christmas: The Gift

    Contributed by Warner Pidgeon on Dec 18, 2013

    A short talk for Primary aged children (aged 4 to 11 years) and their parents and teachers. Every year I'm asked to give a short Christmas message and this is my December 2013 text although I will also ad-lib!

    Knock, knock! Who’s there? Wayne! Wayne who? A Wayne in a manger. Knock, knock! Who’s there? Hanna! Hanna who? Hanna partridge in a pear tree! Knock, knock! Who’s there? Doughnut! Doughnut who? Do not open until Christmas Day! Who thinks I like Christmas? Oh yes. Who more

  • When The Excitement Of Christmas Is Over What's There To Do?

    Contributed by Andrew Chan on Jun 15, 2001
    based on 48 ratings

    Contrast the magi and Herod’s response to Christmas and rate our response to theirs.

    When the excitement of Christmas is over what’s there to do? by Pastor Andrew Chan, PBC, Vancouver, BC Text: Matt.2:1-12 overheard: I love Christmas, I receive a lot of presents I just can’t wait to exchange. Yes, Dec.25th 1999, a memory now. Had a great two days, choir was great, music more

  • Murder At Chrtistmas Time

    Contributed by Ralph Andrus on Jan 3, 2008
    based on 1 rating

    Murder & Christmas do not jell with our thinking of Christmas. We have to examine our lives in the light of the thinking of Herod and the Wisemen

    Wed Dec. 5, 2007 19-year-old Robert A. Hawkins killed eight people and then himself at the Westroads Mall in Omaha, Nebraska, left a suicide note Sun., Dec. 9, 2007 Five people — including Matthew Murray, 24— were killed, and five others wounded Sunday in the two eruptions of violence 12 hours more

  • Making Jesus Famous

    Contributed by Warner Pidgeon on Jan 27, 2010

    A short but important sermon for a Wednesday morning Communion. Jesus made himself famous in the power of the Spirit in word and deed. We are called to do the same.

    Is news about Jesus travelling fast in Billericay? Perhaps for some people the news has come and gone and is now in the past, almost forgotten, occasionally recalled when something happens – a subconscious memory; a little bit like the Boxing Day Tsunami – when we think about it we more

  • The Murder Of The Innocents! (Matthew 2:13-23)

    Contributed by David Smith on Nov 9, 2007
    based on 8 ratings

    The streets of Bethlehem awash with blood! What happened to gentle Jesus, meek and mild? ...

    O little Town of Bethlehem! How still we see thee lie! No! Not today! Did you listen to today’s Gospel reading – there is blood running in the streets of Bethlehem, and mothers weeping for their dead children! Yesterday, ’the little Lord Jesus no crying he makes’, but today there is crying a more

  • An Easter Message

    Contributed by Nathan Eyland on Mar 28, 2005
    based on 34 ratings

    There are two defining images of Easter, death and resurrection

    Easter is the longest of the Christian ‘sacred’ holidays. Although Christmas gives us two days off, one for Christmas and one for Boxing Day, Christmas day itself is the only ‘sacred’ holiday. For many people in Australia Easter means a four-day weekend. For Christians Easter is about two sacred more

  • When Christmas Isn’t Happy

    Contributed by Darryl Ward on Mar 29, 2017

    A sermon about when Christmas isn't happy

    Just over two years ago, my Christmas preparations were following a familiar pattern. I had presents to organise, functions to attend, and travel to book. And a sermon to finish. Then, everything was thrown into disarray, when I found out my friend Steve had died in hospital, following an more