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  • Dilbert Days

    Contributed by Dan Cormie on Jul 15, 2007
    based on 3 ratings

    This one deals with the frustation of ordinary days.

    Dakota Community Church July 15, 2007 Dilbert Days As you will have heard by now I am a fan of Dilbert creator Scott Adams. I get his comic in my e-mail every morning and I rarely miss reading his blog. Adams claims that his “gift” is the ability to “look at complicated situations and pluck more

  • Winning At Work Series

    Contributed by C. Philip Green on Apr 19, 2012
    based on 1 rating

    Do you want to win at work? Then obey your earthly boss, but work for your heavenly Boss. Put Christ at the center of your work, then you will find purpose and peace at the center of your life.

    One of my favorite cartoons in the Sunday paper is Dilbert. It’s a spoof on the contemporary office scene, created by Scott Adams. Some time ago, he wrote a book, called The Dilbert Principle, which contains “Dilbert’s Laws of Work”: Don't be irreplaceable. If you can't more

  • Why Are We So Angry?

    Contributed by Mark Beaird on Nov 13, 2000
    based on 165 ratings

    Possible causes of anger in people today and what to do about it

    WHY ARE WE SO ANGRY? 1999 by Mark Beaird Text: Ecclesiastics 7:9 "Do not be quickly provoked in your spirit, for anger resides in the lap of fools." "Do not become quickly provoked," the scripture tells us. Anger does seem to get out of control easily doesn't it? Sometimes we more

  • Why Would You Lie? Series

    Contributed by Jeff Strite on Jun 11, 2017
    based on 7 ratings

    According to a surveys, people lie a lot... especially to their families. Why would they do that, what are the consequences, and what can God do to help them stop?

  • Survivor Of The Work Place Series

    Contributed by Jeff Seaman on Apr 24, 2001
    based on 61 ratings

    how can we survive at the work place.

    HOW TO SURVIVE THE WORK PLACE How To Be A Survivor - Part 6 Titus 3:14 (GN), Ephesians 2:10 (LB) Jeff Seaman You will spend approximately forty percent of your life at work, your job—about 150,000 hours. Surveys show that about one-third of Americans say “I hate my job.” Other surveys show more

  • The Step From Zero To Hero

    Contributed by Ken Alford on Nov 23, 2001
    based on 24 ratings

    This is a topical message. The Bible contains many examples of both the “hero to zero” and the “zero to hero” scenarios. The latter always contains a humble person trusting God and continuing on. Here are Eight Reasons why Christians should not quit.

    November 25, 2001-- AM THE STEP FROM ZERO TO HERO James 1:12 INTRODUCTION: (1) Stories people who fall from success are instructive. Even more helpful are the accounts of people who overcome or capitalize on setbacks. The Bible contains many examples of both the “hero to zero” and the more

  • The Healing Power Of Positive Words Series

    Contributed by Monty Newton on Oct 17, 2009
    based on 21 ratings

    Words have the power to hurt or heal... Our challenge is to speak wisely, kindly and positively.

    Title: The Healing Power of Positive Words Text: Proverbs 12:18, 15:4 and 16:24 Thesis: Words have the power to hurt or heal… Our challenge is to speak wisely, kindly and positively. The Bible in 90 Days Whole Church Challenge Series During the last six weeks we have read a sizeable more

  • Do What You Do

    Contributed by Monty Newton on Apr 21, 2013

    God will likely call you do to serve him and others with skills and passions you already have.

    You will notice the PowerPoint slides today project images of earthen vessels, i.e., clay jars of various sizes and shapes and uses. The images are lifted from II Corinthians 4 where the bible says, “We now have this light shining in our hearts but we ourselves are like fragile clay jars more

  • Success At Work & School Series

    Contributed by Todd Leupold on Apr 28, 2010
    based on 7 ratings

    What does it mean to find or achieve great success in your work? How do we find satisfaction and joy in our work? For our purposes this morning, we will speak mostly in terms of employee-employer, but the same principles apply equally to the school envi

    “SUCCESS @ WORK/SCHOOL” 2nd in Series: Searching For Success Rev. Todd G. Leupold, Perth Bible Church, January 17, 2010 AM INTRODUCTION: Work. School. Just saying/hearing the words evokes all kinds of different thoughts and emotions. Today, they are represented in TV shows such as “The more

  • Ephesians 6 - God's Design For Children & Parents, Workers & Bosses Series

    Contributed by Bobby Gilles on Dec 1, 2014

    What is God's design for gracious relationships between children and parents? What about marketplace relationships, like those between labor and management?

    Good morning. My name is Bobby Gilles, and I’m a deacon here. This fall we’ve been journeying through the book of Ephesians, which is a letter that the apostle Paul wrote to Christians in the city of Ephesus. The first half of this letter reminds us of who we are in Christ. We are more

  • The Command To "Cheer Up!"

    Contributed by John Gaston on Nov 4, 2015

    In one of Paul's most discouraged moments, the Lord Jesus appeared to him and told him to cheer up, giving him several reasons why. We too should be buoyed by the same command and encouragements.

    THE COMMAND TO CHEER UP Acts 23:6-11 INTRODUCTION A. HUMOR 1. Dear Abby: One of the toughest tasks a church faces is choosing a good minister. A member of an official board had watched the pastor search committee reject applicant after applicant for some fault, alleged or otherwise. It was more

  • The Scapegoat Reboot Series

    Contributed by Vic Folkert on Oct 3, 2018

    The two goats of the Day of Atonement represent two aspects of a "reboot": Making atonement for sin, thus rebooting the relationship with God, and 2) the scapegoat, rebooting ourselves by removing our guilt. The two aspects of atonement are both needed.

    THE SCAPEGOAT REBOOT—Leviticus 16 Your computer or phone is slow, or acting strangely. Is it a virus, or malware? Do you have a poor connection? What do you do? REBOOT. If that doesn’t work, recover or update, and then reboot. (Note to preacher: Scott Adams has a book on the comic strip, Dilbert: more

  • The Beginning Of… Creation Series

    Contributed by Glenn Durham on Apr 14, 2010
    based on 4 ratings

    God centers his creativity on the earth, forming a “nursery” for his children and revealing himself as gloriously worthy of worship.

    Scripture Introduction Scott Adams, on several occasions, used his comic strip to mock the silliness of evolution. In one, Dilbert says to Bob the dinosaur, “Hi Bob. I haven’t seen you lately.” Bob replies, “I was doing some evolving. I noticed I have a zit that’s sensitive to sunlight. I’m more

  • #8 -- Work Series

    Contributed by Derek Melanson on Nov 17, 2006
    based on 1 rating

    Work is given to us by God, is done in vain apart from Him, and can be a means of worship--because God calls us to trust Him so that we do not find ourselves eating the bread of "anxious toil."

    The reality of work Just imagine—it’s the end of a morning or afternoon or evening of hard work, and you’re very, very tired. But you look around your house, and the floors are swept and clean, the dishes are done, the laundry folded and put away, and even the bathroom fixtures are sparkling; more

  • The Life Of Christ #5 - He's Coming Back! Series

    Contributed by Brian La Croix on Apr 11, 2005
    based on 33 ratings

    Last in this series on the life of Jesus. Sorry, no date-setting, or even a strong position on pre,post, mid, stuff.

    The Life of Christ Part 5 - He’s Coming Back! Various Scriptures April 18, 2005 Introduction Today we wrap up our series about the life of Christ. So far we’ve looked at the fact that Jesus lived, and that he lived to glorify God and bring people into his kingdom. We’ve also looked more