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  • Gun Laws

    Contributed by Terry Laughlin on Mar 18, 2018
    based on 2 ratings

    Many people are giving up on church attendance because they feel they are not being taught God's Word as it deals with todays issues. Here is a short application of 1 Peter 2:14 as the great debate on gun control goes on.

    Gun Laws An Application of Romans 13:1-5 and 1 Peter 2:14 The Book of Hebrews tells us "the Word of God is living and active." (Hebrews 4:12) What Non-Christians and Christians need to experience is God's Word being applicable towards the issues of today. In regard to the ongoing debate more

  • Are You Packin

    Contributed by Terry Laughlin on Jan 14, 2013
    based on 8 ratings

    As long as churches, schools, post offices, and government buildings are perceived as “soft-targets,” assailants who are intent on killing as many people as possible will continue to attack such places. Now is not the time to reject the teachings of Jesu

    Are You Packin’ An elderly lady declared, “No one would ever carry a gun in our church!” These words were heard by a pastor of a mid-size church in a rural community. The pastor engaged the older lady in conversation, “There are likely several concealed handgun license holders present more

  • "We" Are Killing Our Children!

    Contributed by The Rev Deniray Mueller on Feb 24, 2018

    in response to the Parkland massacre

    On Valentine’s Day, a day to celebrate love, the expectation is that couples would enjoy a nice dinner, chocolates or roses, that would normally cause their hearts to flutter. However, this year on February 14th, hearts were not moved by love, but by the horror of yet another mass murder of our more

  • David's Inaction (School Shooting)

    Contributed by Daniel Park on May 18, 2018

    This sermon was in response to the horrific shooting at the Marjory Stoneman Douglas HS in Parkland, FL. Lessons from David's inaction when...1. Tamar was raped by Amnon; 2. Absalom murdered Amnon; 3. Absalom was plotting to overthrow his throne.

    As a father of 2 kids in school, I still cannot process what I saw on the news this week. This is no longer a story that happened to some stranger in a different state, as a parent of 2 kids entering that age where they will be attending our school system very soon, this story affected me this week more

  • New Year -- New Commitment

    Contributed by Andy Grossman on Jan 25, 2013
    based on 1 rating

    Share the need to work on those new year's resolution

    “New Year – New Commitment” January 27, 2013 The first month of the year is almost over. 2013 is one twelfth gone. Let me ask you a question. How are those New Year’s resolutions going for ya? A lot of people have given up already. I heard about a high school more

  • The Unknown Self

    Contributed by Rick Pendleton on Oct 31, 2012

    The outline for this sermon comes from GE MacCartney in "The Protestant Pulpit." Based on a great Old Testament story that most people don't know.

    The Unknown Self (or "Who'd have thunk it'?") "t 2 Kings 8:7—15 “Who’d ‘of thunk it?” or for the English majors. - "Who would have guessed it?" That is what you hear over and over, every night as you watch the news... who would believe such a thing? who more

  • Religious Intolerance In Our Time

    Contributed by Mark Aarssen on Jun 13, 2007
    based on 9 ratings

    We live in a restless, violent, ever changing world that moves in unknown directions every day. We were witness to this sad reality this past week when those victims at Virginia Tech lost their lives.

    Religious Intolerance in our Time. Acts Chapter 5:17,41 The Apostles Persecuted 17 Then the high priest and all his associates, who were members of the party of the Sadducees, were filled with jealousy. 18 They arrested the apostles and put them in the public jail. 19 But during the more

  • A Teacher With A Twist Series

    Contributed by Monty Newton on Feb 1, 2011
    based on 1 rating

    Jesus makes himself known thorugh the power of his teaching.

    Title: A Teacher with a Twist Text: Matthew 5:1-12 Thesis: Jesus makes himself known through the power of his teaching. Epiphany Series: Encountering Christ in Epiphany • The First Sunday after Epiphany: Christ’s Identity. The First Sunday after Epiphany we encountered more

  • Sanctity For Life Sunday

    Contributed by James Webster on Jan 28, 2013
    based on 1 rating

    Sermon used for Sanctity for Life Sunday 2013

    OPENING COMMENTS January is Sanctity for Human Life Month Today is Sanctity for Human Life Sunday The Roe V Wade Decision was made on January 22, 1973– creating a women’s constitutional right to have an abortion. For 40 years our nation has been divided on the Subject. more

  • The Gospel Is Social Justice

    Contributed by The Rev Deniray Mueller on Jan 30, 2018
    based on 4 ratings

    we have a biblical imperative to work for social justice

    According to the New Oxford American Dictionary social justice is "justice in terms of the distribution of wealth, opportunities, and privileges within a society". Aristotle, in The Politics, said ‘justice’ ensured that individuals both fulfilled their societal roles and received what was their due more

  • Being Alert To What God Is Saying Series

    Contributed by Andrew Drury on Mar 26, 2015

    It describes how the life of Elisha is ap[plicable to us

    This is the 15th and penultimate sermon in series on Elisha. The episodes are particularly bloodthirsty – as they are in scripture, we cannot avoid it. We will look at: 1. Listening before we speak 2. The people we speak to 3. The consequences 1. Listening before we more

  • Sheep Among Wolves – Part 1 Series

    Contributed by Warren Lamb on Oct 8, 2006
    based on 15 ratings

    The stories coming out of Bart Township, Pennsylvania, are nothing less than incredible, nothing short of inspirational. Ten little girls imprisoned and sought to be cruelly used by 32-year-old man. Five killed and the other five seriously wounded, one st

    Naomi Rose Ebersol, age 7; Lena Zook Miller, age 7; Mary Liz Miller, age 8; Anna Mae Stoltzfus, age 12; Marian Stoltzfus Fisher, age 13. All little girls; all targeted by a 32 year-old man specifically because of their youth and their innocence and their gender. All died early this more

  • Is There Any Hope For Our Kids?

    Contributed by Mike Hays on Nov 16, 2000
    based on 83 ratings

    With the tragedies surrounding our youth today we must ask the question -- "Is there any hope for our kids?"

    "Is There Any Hope For Our Kids?" The past two weeks have been a tragic time of upheaval, uncertainty, and insanity in the lives of our young people. When the news came forth about the shooting in Littleton, Colorado we were all stunned by the news of two students carrying out their plan of more

  • Do I Really Have A Choice?

    Contributed by Joseph Smith on Dec 4, 2000
    based on 61 ratings

    When we are offered great choices, although we think we have no real freedom, we can choose to live emotionally, we can choose to give and affirm life for the most vulnerable in our society, and we can always choose to receive God’s gift of eternal life.

    “Do I really have a choice?” That question was posed the other day by one of our teenagers. She was talking about whether she had to go to school. She felt cornered. She felt boxed in. She was speaking for a great many of us. We feel as though we really do not have any choice about many more

  • Schoolyard Violence (Opening The Circle)

    Contributed by David Swinney on May 11, 2001
    based on 64 ratings

    The only Biblical, Christian response to the violence of our society is to let the love of Jesus be the rule for the way that we treat others.

    Schoolyard Violence (Opening the Circle) Matthew 5: 21-26; 38-48 Sunday Morning, March 11, 2001 Introduction: The Bus Ride Home The boy was already a little worried when he walked up the stairs to of the school bus. He was running late that afternoon, and the front seats, the ones near the more