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  • Home Sweet Home: Confronting The Fear Of Death

    Contributed by Justin Steckbauer on Apr 26, 2021

    Home sweet home. We all dream of home don’t we? In your life what are some places that always felt like home to you?

    Home sweet home. We all dream of home don’t we? In your life what are some places that always felt like home to you? For me, when I think of home I think of my grandma’s kitchen. I think of the smell of cooking food, and the heat and steam from the stove. I think of Christmas morning at the house I more

  • Faith And Politics Series

    Contributed by C. Philip Green on Apr 22, 2021

    Submit to all human authority, because of Christ, because of your critics, and because you are free!

  • Week 2: This Is Love - Conquering Death Series

    Contributed by Edward Hardee on Apr 20, 2021

    Week 2 in the series of This is Love. How the resurrection helps us overcome death.

    Title: This is Love – Overcoming Death Theme: To show that we don’t have to fear death. Text: Hebrews 2:14 – 15 Opening Scripture Hebrews 2:14-15 Inasmuch then as the children have partaken of flesh and blood, He Himself likewise shared in the same, that through death He might destroy him who more

  • The Greatest Man Series

    Contributed by Glenn Pease on Mar 15, 2021

    Great men are themselves a testimony to the greatness of Jesus. It would be hard to find any famous person who has ever made a comment about Jesus who did not admit His uniqueness and greatness.

    Ivan Maddox has pointed out that there have only been three perfect people in this world, and they were Adam, Eve, and Jesus Christ, who is called the second Adam. So two Adam’s and an Eve make up the total population of that mini list of people who were perfect. That list is quickly reduced to more

  • The Cost Of Abandoning Christ Series

    Contributed by James Wallace on Jan 18, 2021

    Life is often a matter of focus? As we follow Christ, we can focus on the struggles and persecution we might endure. Or we can focus on the benefits, eternal and glorious, of continuing to follow Christ. Hebrews 2 encourages us to do the latter.

    The Cost of Abandoning Christ Hebrews 2:5-14 A few years ago we had what we called a water bottle outreach at Lazy 5 Recreational Area. It was during one of the music festivals they used to have there, before Covid, on weekday summer evenings. We would hand out water bottles and invitations to more

  • Christmas Cheer

    Contributed by Derrick Tuper on Dec 20, 2020

    Christmas is a time of cheer. You might respond with, "not this year. The Christmas cheer has been replaced with Christmas fear!" There was both fear and cheer surrounding the events of the first Christmas.

    CHRISTMAS CHEER There's a Christmas song titled, Holly, Jolly Christmas. It starts out, "Have a holly jolly Christmas; It's the best time of the year. Now I don't know if there'll be snow; But have a cup of cheer". I wonder what's in that cup? But Christmas is a time more

  • Brother Jesus

    Contributed by Jim Keegan on Dec 3, 2020

    God, in Jesus, identifies with us and reveals his love for us in as real and personal a way as possible. And the more we come to understand and appreciate the full humanity of Christ, the stronger our relationship with God will be.

    Hebrews 2:10-18 (Read Hebrews 2:10-11, 14-18) In 1980 a woman named Rosie Ruiz ran the NY City Marathon and finished first in the Women’s Division--or so it seemed initially. After she received the star treatment at the finish line, though, some of the event staff realized that they hadn’t more

  • Disciples Of Jesus Are Devoted To Jesus Series

    Contributed by David Owens on Nov 30, 2020

    Disciples of Jesus are all about following Jesus and helping others follow Jesus. Therefore it is important for disciples to know and teach the truth about who Jesus is and what Jesus expects.

    Introduction: A. One Sunday after coming home from worship, a mother asked her young son, “So, who was your Bible class teacher today?” 1. The little boy replied, “I don’t know her name but she must have been Jesus’ grandmother - all she did was talk about Jesus.” 2. I love that – don’t you? And more

  • He Had To Be One Of Us!

    Contributed by Jim Moynihan on Nov 26, 2020
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    We cannot save ourselves or meet our deepest spiritual and emotional needs. Jesus had to become one of us to save us, to represent us and, to help us.

    “Puppies for Sale,” the sign said, and a young boy came to inquire. “I’d like to buy one, if they don’t cost too much.” “Well, son, they’re $25.” The boy was crushed. “I’ve only got $2.05. Could I see them anyway?” “Sure,” said the kind gentleman. The boy’s eyes danced at the sight of 5 little fur more

  • In The Cradle-Out Of The Grave

    Contributed by Chuck Brooks on Oct 12, 2020

    In order to bring many people to glory, God had to leave heaven’s glory and come down and take upon Himself a body and suffer in this body and die in this body and be raised from the dead in this body. This is the reason for the season...

    Background In chapter one the writer of Hebrews begins by exalting the Son of God. A song is written with the word, “He is exalted, the King is exalted on high.” This Hebrew audience, Jewish by birth but Christians by the new birth, were having difficulty letting go of their Judaism like Paul more

  • A Memorial Service

    Contributed by Melvin Newland on Oct 7, 2020
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    Death once was something people seemed afraid to discuss. But times have changed, & books about death & out of body experiences are best sellers, indicating that fear of death still holds many in its grip.

    MELVIN M. NEWLAND, MINISTER RIDGE CHAPEL, KANSAS, OK Musical Prelude & Pictures of Deceased Welcome & Appreciation of the Family to those Present Scripture Reading & Prayer Congregational Singing Obituary, followed by Memories of the Deceased Special Music Congregational more

  • Consider Jesus

    Contributed by Jerry Owen on Aug 28, 2020
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    sermon considers Who Jesus is, What He has done, and what our response to Him ought to be.

    CONSIDER JESUS Hebrews 3:1 20+, before I was a pastor, I was a member of a church in Florence. There was an elderly gentleman there by the name of Deck Davis. One of the kindest people you could ever meet. We talked often and I always walked away a little better off for having talked with more

  • The Enemy Part 4: Death Series

    Contributed by Doug Fannon on Aug 25, 2020
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    The final enemy that Christ will do away with is Death.

    We live in an evil world. The time is growing closer to the time of the end. We discussed this spiritual battle that we are all in, we touched on the enemies we face: We all do battle with the devil, or Satan. The Bible calls him the accuser. He was the one that introduced sin into the world more

  • The Kinsman Redeemer (Epiphany 2017).

    Contributed by John Williams Iii on Aug 14, 2020

    Jesus is a pioneer whose suffering shows us God’s victory and gives us access to God.

    THE KINSMEN REDEEMER Text: Hebrews 2:10 -18 Have you ever heard of the law of the kinsman redeemer? There are three things that have to happen for someone to be redeemed. The first rule is that the redeemer must be a relative to those in debt. The second more

  • Christ, Lover Of Mankind Series

    Contributed by Michael Tkachuk on Jun 22, 2020

    When the Church calls God the "lover of mankind," the feast we celebrate today, she upholds a vital truth about humanity.

    When the Church calls God the "lover of mankind," the feast we celebrate today, she upholds a vital truth about humanity. God loves us more than we can imagine. When God made humans, He made us incapable of terminating that love. Nothing can destroy that love since He formed us as a more