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  • Dinosaur Thrashers!

    Contributed by Bala Samson on Mar 14, 2016
     | 1,510 views

    Cease looking around for help, dig within you to start with! Be a mountain climber! Fight your battles yourself!

    DINOSAUR THRASHERS! Romans 5:3”And not only this, but we also exult in our tribulations, knowing that tribulation brings about perseverance..” Lift your back, raise your legs and slowly push yourself up! What? I had just had a major operation, the pain was unbearable with ...read more

  • Am I A Limb Climber Or Branch Sitter?

    Contributed by James Lee on Oct 20, 2012
    based on 1 rating
     | 2,152 views

    Joseph was a man who sort of had it made and life was pretty good, from his perspective. Then one day God shows up and asked Joseph to go out on limb.

    I used to be a man that was comfortable with life like it was and had no intentions of taking any risk. I had a job, a wife and two children. We had food on the table and a roof over our heads. Then God called me to follow Him in pastoral ministry and my whole world changed. I had to go back to ...read more

  • The Personal Price Tag Of Being A Social Climber Series

    Contributed by Ed Vasicek on Aug 24, 2015
     | 2,980 views

    If you desire to be among the prestigious members of society, you have to pay a steeper price than meets the eye; to climb socially, you may have to drop spiritually. Yet there are a few other reasons to question social climbing.

    The Personal Price Tag of Being A Social Climber (Proverbs 23:1-8) 1. In her book, The Overspent American, Harvard professor Juliet Schor informs us most people are concerned about social status, but they live in denial. 2. She claims they rationalize to themselves they need a new car ...read more

  • Halitosis (Bad Breath) Of Giants, Mountain Climber

    Contributed by Wade Martin Hughes, Sr on Aug 23, 2017
     | 4,303 views

    Halitosis (bad breath) of giants try to hinder God's people by fear of giants. We must climb the mountains in our spiritual life to advance the faith.

    HALITOSIS OF GIANTS... MOUNTAIN CLIMBERS? By Wade Martin Hughes, Sr. Kyfingers@aol.com CLIMB THE MOUNTAIN --- STAND UP AND BE COUNTED... Martin Niemoeller lived from 1892 to 1984... Martin penned theses words: In Germany they first came for Communists, and I did not speak up because I ...read more

  • Climbing To The Top

    Contributed by David Rigg on Jun 21, 2008
    based on 4 ratings
     | 3,050 views

    This sermon is based on the Good Samaritan. It also uses the story of Mt. Everest climbers on their way to the top who pass by dying climbers.

    Climbing to the Top Luke 10:25-37 25 And behold, a certain lawyer stood up and tested Him, saying, "Teacher, what shall I do to inherit eternal life?" 26He said to him, "What is written in the law? What is your reading of it?" 27So he answered and said, "’You shall love the LORD your God with ...read more

  • The Ascent Of Man

    Contributed by Ralph Andrus on Jul 1, 2007
    based on 5 ratings
     | 1,607 views

    1 The Goal 2. The Way 3. The Climber 4. The Attainment

    - Devils Tower WY (a volcanic neck) - Said to be known among the Indians as Bear’s Tipi "misinterpreted the name to mean Bad God’s Tower, later shortened to Devils Tower. - President Theodore Roosevelt proclaimed Devils Tower the first national monument in 1906. - Devils Tower with it’s ...read more

  • We Need The Rope

    Contributed by Gerald Roberts on May 28, 2014
    based on 1 rating
     | 2,470 views

    The sermon shares the importance of the rope to a mountain climber compared to the importance of the Holy Spirit to the redeemed.

    WE Need the Rope John 14;18-31 When Doubt Sets In Years ago I read something rather odd: "The reason mountain climbers are tied together is to keep the sane ones from going home." Whoever ...read more

  • Mt. Everest & The Ethics Of Compassion

    Contributed by Brian Buriff on Jun 6, 2006
    based on 10 ratings
     | 2,547 views

    True stories of Mt. Everest climbers abandoned to die and the Good Samaritan story. Re-thinking compassion, outreach and evangelism.

    I. MOUNT EVEREST CLIMBER ABANDONED & LEFT TO DIE REUTERS NEWS (May 25, 2006) Mount Everest pioneer Sir Edmund Hillary said Wednesday he was shocked that dozens of climbers left a British mountaineer to die during their own attempts on the world’s tallest peak. David Sharp, 34, died ...read more

  • Growing Series

    Contributed by Rick Stacy on May 27, 2009
    based on 5 ratings
     | 5,754 views

    As we look at his life we will see that there were no less than four times that he came to a decision point for change and growth – which is the way it works. We don’t grow steadily through life. In fact we are more like climbers...

  • Leaving Reproach

    Contributed by Howard Strickland on Aug 6, 2012
    based on 3 ratings
     | 2,678 views

    On the summit of Mt. Everest there’s a marker placed in memory of one of the oldest climbers ever to attempt to scale the mountain. It reads simply: “He died climbing!” What will be our legacy; How will we be remembered? What will future generations sa

    "Show video on dreams" Nehemiah 1:1-6NLT Leaving Reproach On the summit of Mt. Everest there’s a marker placed in memory of one of the oldest climbers ever to attempt to scale the mountain. It reads simply: “He died climbing!” What will be our legacy; How will we be ...read more

  • The Task Of The Servant Series

    Contributed by Jeff Strite on Aug 13, 2012
    based on 74 ratings
     | 27,197 views

    Jesus tells of 3 servants who were given valuable "talents". Why was the Master in this parable pleased with the first two servants, but angry with the 3rd? And how did the "value" of those talents effect the decisions of each of those three men?

    OPEN: Does anybody know what is the highest mountain on earth is? (Mt. Everest) This mountain is located in the Himalayas on the borders of Nepal and China. And because it is the highest mountain on earth, it is a popular destination for mountain climbers. But you need to have a lot of money to ...read more

  • Climbing Your Mountain

    Contributed by Elmer Towns on Feb 20, 2019
     | 3,477 views

    You are never too old to have a mountain.

    A. YOU ARE NEVER TOO OLD TO HAVE A MOUNTAIN 1. Caleb’s passionate dream was a mountain. “Give me this mountain of which the LORD spoke in that day” (Josh. 14:12). 2. What is your mountain? a. Job. b. Sports. c. Family. d. Money. e. Fame. f. God’s plan. 3. You are never too old to have a ...read more

  • Second Sunday Of Lent - Transfiguration

    Contributed by Paul Andrew on Feb 27, 2021
     | 388 views

    Suffering love is a kind of beauty that for Von Baltazar gives rise to a subjective experience of rapture: being transported beyond the boundaries of the self.

    There was a group of mountain climbers and one guy was on his first high climb. The climb was strenuous but at last they reached the top. Once it was clear that the beginner climber was at the very top, he stood straight up with arms raised and yelled victoriously, "I did it!" At this ...read more

  • Into The Death Zone Series

    Contributed by Rick Burdette on Apr 16, 2012
    based on 4 ratings
     | 2,789 views

    Surrender, sacrifice, discipleship

    INTO THE DEATH ZONE Luke 9:23 (p 733) February 20, 2011 INTRODUCTION: "Then he said to them all: If anyone would come after me, he must deny himself and take up his cross daily and follow me" Mount Everest, the highest mountain in the world, attracts many climbers from around ...read more

  • Alpine Christianity

    Contributed by Stephen Evoy on Dec 14, 2007
    based on 4 ratings
     | 1,764 views

    Applies a "mountaineering" metaphor to the Christian journey to illustrate the difference between a burden ("boulder") and a load ("backpack"). First person perspective, honest illustrations from my own experience. Engaging stories, easy applicability,

    In 1953, John Hunt organized an assault-style expedition to Mt. Everest. He enlisted an army of Sherpas to serve as porters. The porters established the climbing route, built bridges across the glacier, and stockpiled supplies at strategic locations up the mountain. One of the Sherpas was named ...read more