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  • More Than Chicken Soup

    Contributed by Steven Simala Grant on May 4, 2007
    based on 14 ratings
     | 2,881 views

    What is love? Laying ourselves down for others (some good stories)

    More Than Chicken Soup What is love? I’m married to a scientist; some of her colleagues would describe love simply as a biochemical reaction in the brain that produces a variety of emotional stimuli and motivation for behavior. Is that love? I’m part of the culture of the late 20th ...read more

  • Joseph The Forgiver

    Contributed by Dennis Selfridge on Mar 3, 2010
     | 2,190 views

    A example on how to be a forgiver

    A lady tells as story that is a real picture of forgiveness. She says my mom, now in heaven, was a good cook. She was a good forgiver too and the combination of these two qualities resulted one day in an incident I love to recall. Let me recount it to you as I have heard it from a young child. Dad ...read more

  • Building Margins And Resources Series

    Contributed by Wayne Cordeiro on Nov 13, 2007
    based on 17 ratings
     | 11,244 views

    Margins may be defined as “the space between your load and your limit.” The load represents the things that you carry every day. You reach a limit when you crack and go over the edge. Synonyms for margin include a buffer, space, reserves, or reservoir.

    Numbered Days God says that we must live as a people who number our days. This means that we are to be stewards of our time. We must steward the hours that God gives to you and to me. We all have 24 hours and none of us have any more or any less. Load vs. Limit Margins may be defined as ...read more

  • How To Tell A Horse From A Cow Series

    Contributed by Jeff Strite on May 13, 2018
    based on 4 ratings
     | 20,563 views

    Christians need to be of one mind and one love. But too often we're so focused on ourselves that we can't reach that goal. So how do we change our self-centered way of thinking?

    OPENING: A city boy had never been on a farm before and he asked a farmer: “Mister, why doesn’t this cow have any horns?” The farmer cocked his head for a moment, then began in a patient tone, “Well, cattle can do a powerful lot of damage with their horns. Sometimes we keep ’em trimmed down with a ...read more

  • Spirittual Zombies? Compssion Fatique?

    Contributed by Wade Martin Hughes, Sr on Feb 17, 2006
    based on 7 ratings
     | 2,659 views

    SOME OF OUR WORSE ATTITUDES ARE NOT PLANNED, THEY JUST EVOLVE. I often say: EVEN A DEAD FISH CAN SWIM DOWN STREAM! Are we actively pursuing God’s plan or are we empty zombies?

    SPIRITUAL ZOMBIES? COMPASSION FATIQUE? TALKERS BUT NEVER DOERS. By Wade Martin Hughes, Sr. Kyfingers@aol.com TEXT: James 2:15 If a brother or sister be naked, and destitute of daily food, 16 And one of you say unto them, Depart in peace, be ye warmed and filled; notwithstanding ye give ...read more

  • Blessed Are The Merciful Series

    Contributed by Mitchell Skelton on Jan 1, 2005
    based on 14 ratings
     | 2,815 views

    In our last installment of this series on The Beatitudes we looked at "hungering and thirsting for righteousness." Showing mercy is the outward expression of the inner hungering and thirsting after righteousness.

    Blessed are the Merciful The Beatitudes Matthew 5:7 #5 of 8 in Series INTRODUCTION While walking home from school, Mark noticed the boy ahead of him had stumbled to the ground and dropped everything he was carrying. Mark hurried to the boy’s side and helped him collect his belongings. ...read more

  • Hope And Faith

    Contributed by Cindy Breadner on Aug 19, 2007
    based on 9 ratings
     | 7,385 views

    Hope is belief in what we do not see, faith is having hope.

    “Faith is to believe what we do not see and the reward of faith is to see what we believe.” What does it mean to see what we believe? We see our belief daily in the faces of others. The smiles of strangers the successes of our loved ones the peace in our families, the community of our church ...read more

  • We Care, God Cures

    Contributed by Jimmy Haile on Apr 9, 2011
    based on 3 ratings
     | 4,148 views

    We are caregivers, God is the cure giver.

    Mark 2:1-12- And again He entered Capernaum after some days, and it was heard that He was in the house. Immediately many gathered together, so that there was no longer room to receive them, not even near the door. And He preached the word to them. Then they came to Him, bringing a paralytic who ...read more

  • The Joy Of A Broken Rope

    Contributed by Russell Brownworth on Apr 19, 2001
    based on 88 ratings
     | 2,260 views

    How faith sees you through the worst circumstances

    The Joy of a Broken Rope (How faith sees you through the worst circumstances) Mark 5.21-43 April 22, 2001 21When Jesus went back across to the other side of the lake, a large crowd gathered around him on the shore. 22A leader of the local synagogue, whose name was Jairus, came and ...read more

  • A Loving Parent

    Contributed by Timothy Gardner on May 14, 2005
    based on 37 ratings
     | 6,012 views

    Parents have a duty to raise their children in the Lord!

    Introduction: I would like to read you a story out of Chicken Soup for the Soul written by Michelle Lawrence called “Almie Rose.” Listen. It was at least two months before Christmas when nine-year-old Almie Rose told her father and mother that she wanted a new bicycle. As Christmas drew ...read more

  • Christmas Eve/Day, Year C Series

    Contributed by Garth Wehrfritz- Hanson on Dec 19, 2003
    based on 62 ratings
     | 5,682 views

    A sermon for Christmas Eve/Day, based on Isaiah 52:7.

    Sermon for Christmas Eve/Day Yr C, 2003 Based on Isa 52:7 Garth Wehrfritz-Hanson, pastor of Grace Lutheran Church, & chaplain of the Good Samaritan Society’s South Ridge Village, Medicine Hat, Alberta Way back in about 539 B.C., ancient Babylon fell to the armies of King Cyrus of Persia. ...read more

  • A Love We Don't Expect Series

    Contributed by Maurice Schaus on Sep 15, 2003
    based on 44 ratings
     | 4,687 views

    God’s love reaches us when we least expect it, inviting us to take up our Cross and follow.

    There’s just something about a surprise party. I think it has to do with the surprise part of the deal. It’s like your day is going along, maybe you’ve even forgotten that it’s your birthday. You’re just going through your day, thinking about a project you have to do after supper, and then, BAM! ...read more

  • Profile Of A Prime-Timer

    Contributed by Charles Clary on Jul 1, 2003
    based on 50 ratings
     | 4,661 views

    This is a message to Senior Adults using the Old Testament story of Barzillai as a backdrop.

    In the book, “Chicken Soup for the Golden Soul,” Nardi Campion says, “ We true prime-timers were here before the pill, the population explosion and disposable diapers. We were here before ‘senior citizens.’ We were here before Ann Landers, Grandma Moses and the Kinsey Report. We were here ...read more

  • It's Not What I Wanted

    Contributed by Mark Winter on Nov 25, 2000
    based on 85 ratings
     | 2,004 views

    Nobody wants the gift of adversity under the Christmas tree--but sometimes we get it, anyway. Question is, what do we do when we get it?

    Some of you may be wondering if the preacher is one episode shy of a mini-series by preaching from Job during the Christmas season. What does a suffering man have to do with the season of good cheer? Plenty. There’s a dark side to Christmas that most of us don’t like to admit. I knew a man ...read more

  • Tug Of War With Oneself

    Contributed by Cindy Breadner on Jul 12, 2002
    based on 10 ratings
     | 3,274 views

    Romans 7 allows us to see the tug of war we face each and every day

    With the weather being so hot I was surprised to find upon returning from out biannual visit to my sisters in Chicago that there were still strawberries available for picking. I had noticed when we left the area that the signs were up that said, “pick your own” so I honestly felt that there ...read more