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  • The Witness Of Guadalupe

    Contributed by W Pat Cunningham on Dec 7, 2013

    We can learn much about Truth, Faith and evangelism from the experience of Tepayac and the conversion of the Americas.

    Our Lady of Guadalupe 2013 Lumen Fidei The great scene in Revelation, of the ark of the covenant, the dwelling place of the Holy Name, being revealed, is clearly a tableau of the Virgin Mother, Mary, the new Eve, bringing forth the child Jesus for our salvation. Steve Ray rightly folds ...read more

  • Learn From Zacchaeus Series

    Contributed by Paul Clemente on Feb 4, 2013
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    Do not be a "know-it-all" Christian but learn from Zacchaeus.

    Let us continue our worship by learning from God’s Word. Please open your Bibles to Luke 18…. Look again at v18-23….. We noted last week that this ruler thought he was going to heaven because he had done the best he could in the sight of men. But because he lacked full ...read more

  • Parables? Series

    Contributed by Paul Clemente on Jan 9, 2017

    why did jesus speak in parables?

    When a person reads a Bible passage, is it always immediately understood by them?? What do you think are reasons why some bible passages cannot be immediately understood?? Since the Bible was written by God the Holy Spirit and people are not God, there will be some difficulty in fully ...read more

  • Always Pray (Part 1) Series

    Contributed by Paul Clemente on Jan 21, 2013
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    Always talk to God with everything that you do!

    We continue our worship of God through the Gospel of Luke; the Good News of Jesus Christ, our Savior and Lord. Please open your Bibles to Luke Chapter 18….. We noted several weeks back from Chapter 14 of Luke that God Jesus Christ looks for not just followers but true disciples. And so, ...read more

  • F I A T For Christ! Series

    Contributed by Paul Clemente on Feb 13, 2012

    We are to be faithful, inquisitive, available, and teachable Christians not "know it alls"!

    What can we say about this picture? (Tim Tebow) What can we say about this picture? (George Washington) A picture is worth a thousand words. This is why 2000 years ago teachers would tell their students to picture something, then give a lesson based on that picture; these word pictures with a ...read more

  • Build On The Rock

    Contributed by Ken Mckinley on Dec 22, 2008
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    An end of year sermon that encourages Christians to make sure they are building on the right foundation - Christ Jesus the Lord

    Build on the Rock Text: Matthew 7:13-27 By: Ken McKinley (Read Text) If you have been watching, listening or reading the news then there’s no doubt that you are aware of the situation our economy is in. Automakers, banks, mortgage companies, and everyone else it seems is crying for money. ...read more

  • Celebrating The Grandparents Of Jesus Christ

    Contributed by W Pat Cunningham on Jul 23, 2018

    If Mary’s response to the angel was an enthusiastic “yes,” then we can look to her parents for their own constant response to God’s commands, their answer of “yes” to His will.

    Thursday of the 16th Week in Course 2018 Ss Joachim and Anne, parents of Mary Today we commemorate two of the great persons of salvation history, the parents of the Blessed Virgin Mary, whom tradition calls Joachim and Anne. Scripture implies that Mary had a family, and the Annunciation almost ...read more

  • Conceived In Anguish; Consummated In Glory Series

    Contributed by W Pat Cunningham on Sep 15, 2012

    The scene at the cross of Christ is of a triple trinity, joined by a young man

    September 15, 2012 Our Lady of Sorrows Verbum Domini Today we are invited by the Church to witness the climactic scene of human history–the moment on Calvary when Jesus, center of a triple trinity, gives over His Spirit and dies for us. The Holy Father recognizes that this is the ...read more

  • Never Too Late?

    Contributed by Warner Pidgeon on Sep 19, 2006

    This is a short talk given at a lunch for mainly elderly people, many of whom have known recent bereavement, and some of whom may not yet consider themselves Christians or Church Members.

    Never too late? Shortly after I passed my driving test I was due to travel from my then home in Yateley, Hampshire, UK for a weekend away somewhere in Wales. It was the furthest I had ever driven at the time and my mother very kindly allowed me to use her car. Sadly the car was (for me back ...read more

  • Bring Us Together By Thy Word Series

    Contributed by W Pat Cunningham on Aug 25, 2012

    The existence of the Word of God makes it necessary to have a living and authoritative interpretator "of last resort," in the Church.

    Monday of 21st Week in Course St. Monica/St. Augustine Verbum Domini St. Monica could easily be called the patron saint of frustrated prayer. A Catholic herself, she found herself married to a pagan, with a son who, unbaptized as a child, turned into a kind of semi-pagan hellion during his ...read more

  • Viruses Series

    Contributed by Russ Barksdale on Jul 22, 2015

    Poor communication is incredibly disruptive in a marriage

    2/16 Viruses Ephesians 4:29 The inability to effectively communicate your needs, your thoughts, your feelings and have them valued and understood is demoralizing. Intimacy: closeness, familiarity, easiness, comfortableness, union, oneness. The fuel of great marriages is ...read more

  • In It For The Long Haul Series

    Contributed by Tom Fuller on May 7, 2007
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    Caleb is a wonderful example of someone who starts strong and finishes strong for the Lord. Learn some principals to keep you vibrant in your walk with the Lord.

    Calvary Chapel Newberg - Bible Study Joshua 14 - 15 Staying in The Game (possible Wednesday: Caleb the spy - and the attitude of the Christian on God’s mission) In our society we tend to disregard our elders. Ever since the late 1950’s a culture of youth supremacy has permeated the fabric ...read more

  • What Our Mother Can Do For Us

    Contributed by W Pat Cunningham on May 3, 2009
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    We can have confidence in our relationship with God if we imitate the Mother of Jesus.

    Mother’s Day May 10, 2009 One of the most successful movies of all time was the 1981 blockbuster Raiders of the Lost Ark. In it, swashbuckling adventurers contended in the pre-World War II era for the privilege of finding the Ark of the Covenant, the Old Testament repository of the manna, ...read more

  • When God Moves Our Cheese

    Contributed by W Pat Cunningham on Dec 10, 2016

    If we prayerfully look at our own lives, and especially at the times when somebody “moved our cheese” and inconvenienced ourselves, I think we can almost always see the finger of God at work amid the ruins of our plans.

    “Der mentsh trakht un Got lakht.” The stark Yiddish proverb is true: man plans; God laughs. Now there’s many ways to interpret the saying. A politician might work for years on a piece of legislation that looked like the smartest thing for the greatest number of people, only to see it shot down in ...read more

  • Into Oblivion

    Contributed by Ralph Andrus on Oct 27, 2010

    From Nebuchadnezzar's Dream to todays world events

    2 Timothy 3:1KJV This know also, that in the last days perilous (difficult, terrible, dangerous) times shall come. Oblivion – The state of being completely forgotten or unknown – The act or an instance of forgetting; total forgetfulness – Made up of two Latin words ...read more