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  • Long Live The King!

    Contributed by Craig Condon on Jul 6, 2015

    Shouldn’t we as Christians also be willing to pay the price, especially when we are called by Christ to fight for the truth? After all, he is the final authority and power in the universe. Christ is King

    Today we mark the church’s version of New Year’s Eve. Next Sunday marks the start of Advent and Year C in the three year cycle of readings from the Revised Common Lectionary. It is a day when we remember that Jesus is the king of our lives. It is not an ancient festival in the Christian more

  • Prove It!!

    Contributed by Chad Taylor on Apr 12, 2010
    based on 3 ratings

    Resurrection Sunday! Jesus is Alive!! Hallelujah! This sermon looks back at the resurrection and the responses of the disciples the first time Jesus appeared to them. Thomas was the one disciple that didn't see Jesus originally and doubted the others seen

    Introduction A tax accountant told our son about a guy who wanted to declare the loss of his Lincoln Navigator SUV on his tax return. The accountant told the man that insurance usually takes care of things like that and wondered what happened. Here is the story. In the winter some guys decided more

  • Lessons From Failure Series

    Contributed by C. Philip Green on Dec 26, 2009
    based on 1 rating

    When we fail in ministry, our failure need not be fatal. Rather, if our failure teaches us to depend on Christ and care for people, we can move on from failure to impact our world like Jesus’ original disciples did.

  • Origins (1) Series

    Contributed by Dennis Munn on Nov 25, 2012

    Jesus in the Gospel of Luke

    Introduction: Every hero needs a good origins story. I grew up with comic books and the idea of superheroes, and the coolest superheroes also have the coolest origins stories. Origins stories are the tales told of how a hero got his powers, where he came from, and why he came from there. more

  • Jesus Said: I Am The True Vine Series

    Contributed by Revd. Martin Dale on May 4, 2012
    based on 4 ratings

    What does abiding in Christ, who is the true vine mean for me today - mission?

    Sermon Story: When Maddy and I lived in Switzerland we had a couple of vines in the back garden. To be honest, the first year we were there - they looked pretty awful and so Maddy asked her father - as he had been a farmer - to come round and trim them to see if we could get any fruit. I more

  • A Call To Active Watchfulness

    Contributed by Christopher Holdsworth on Sep 27, 2014
    based on 6 ratings

    Are we really ready to meet Him?

    A CALL TO ACTIVE WATCHFULNESS Matthew 25:1-13 The parable of the ten virgins comes on the back of a call to watchfulness, which is illustrated by the faithfulness of a dutiful servant as opposed to the unfaithfulness of an evil servant (Matthew 24:42-51). The contrast is shifted into the more

  • Random Acts Of Kindness Series

    Contributed by Richard White on Mar 19, 2003
    based on 39 ratings

    Kindness and gentleness are fruits of the Spirit. If there were a trial today and being kind and gentle were a crime, would there be enough evidence to convict us?

    Random Acts of Kindness Galatians 5:22-23, Luke 10:30-37 Illustration: The Courtroom drama. We all know the story, it’s the story of the good Samaritan and even those in the world who don’t know that Jesus originally told the story know what a good Samaritan is. Jesus used this more

  • Christianity's Toughest Competitor:

    Contributed by Don Jaques on May 10, 2005
    based on 13 ratings

    All of us need God’s mercy. All of us.

    CHRISTIANITY’S TOUGHEST COMPETITOR: MORALISM OBJECTIVES: “Churchy” people will be reminded of their need of God’s mercy and will repent of prideful attitudes. “Nonchurchy” people will understand God’s promise to be close to the contrite in heart and will pour out their hearts to more

  • What Is Our Identity As Christians

    Contributed by Revd. Martin Dale on Jul 26, 2014

    If we are Christians our STANDING irrespective of how we fall REAMINS that of a Child of God. Hallelujah!! However our STATE may change when we make wrong choices and refuse or neglect to follow Jesus.

    Who am I in Christ Intro: When Maddy and I led a pilgrimage to Israel in January this year, we met a Roman Catholic priest at the Parable house in Taybeh, the only Christian village in the Occupied Territories. The priest started his talk to us by saying: I am, first of all, a more

  • Parable Of The Wedding Feast

    Contributed by Revd. Martin Dale on Oct 8, 2005
    based on 65 ratings

    The Kingdom of Heaven is like a wedding feast - is this an image that strikes a chord with you?

    The Parable of the Banquet Mt 22.1-14 The Parable of the Wedding Banquet 1Jesus spoke to them again in parables, saying: 2"The kingdom of heaven is like a king who prepared a wedding banquet for his son. 3He sent his servants to those who had been invited to the banquet to tell them to more

  • If Only We Could Be One Series

    Contributed by Scott Chambers on Jun 9, 2005
    based on 13 ratings

    A call for unity in the church.

    We like Jesus’ original disciples still have to live in this world. Have you ever wonder exactly what is “the world”? It is a system of values typified by Satan himself, centered on greed, power, deceit and self-will. While we are in the world Satan desires to do everything he can to destroy, more

  • Trust Little Deeds

    Contributed by Mitchell Skelton on Oct 21, 2006
    based on 5 ratings

    Doing the small things to make a big difference.

    Trust LITTLE Deeds Matthew 13:31-33 World War II left Germany in ruins. Citizens were desperate for supplies. Russia had leveled Berlin’s buildings and sought to do the same to her people. They blockaded food trucks, trains and boats. The U.S. and British military responded with the famous more

  • The Good Shepherd

    Contributed by Ian Lyall on Nov 11, 2005
    based on 4 ratings

    Jesus is the Good Shepherd. He will calm our hearts in bereavement and other troubled times. The question: Do we know the Shepherd?

    Many of us will have come this evening to this Hope and Remembrance Service with feelings of sadness; many of us, or some, probably recently bereaved. In this time of bereavement, we run a whole gamut of emotion. It’s a time when the boundaries of life seem to have changed and nothing is certain, more

  • Why The Blind See And The Seeing Are Blind Series

    Contributed by Ed Vasicek on Dec 12, 2000
    based on 59 ratings

    Why is it that the same Gospel both draws and repels people?

    Why the Blind See and the Seeing Are Blind (John 9:1-41) 1. There are many things in life that once bore us and then they later become enjoyable and fascinating. 2. Me and my music. 3. Art. Recycling. 4. The same is true in the spiritual realm. Many of you may have thought more

  • The Good Samaritan

    Contributed by Revd. Martin Dale on Jul 6, 2004
    based on 29 ratings

    God is not interested in our religious duty but in our relationships - with Him and with others

    11-07-04 SMM Luke 10: 25-37 – The Story of the Good Samaritan Story: In the 60’s Simon and Garfunkel wrote this I am a rock, I am an island. I’ve built walls, A fortress deep and mighty, That none may penetrate. I have no need of friendship; friendship causes pain. It’s laughter more