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  • It's Tradition Series

    Contributed by Roshelle Brenneise on Jul 4, 2021

    Many of us participate in Traditions, but never ask the question, "Why do we do that?" Communion is so much more than a simple tradition. It's about remembering what Jesus did for us.

    July 03, 2021 It’s funny how traditions get started. They are important, to be sure, because they remind us of home and family and culture, but sometimes we participate in them not knowing why we do them because we have never stopped to ask, “Why do we do that?”. more

  • Memorials? Series

    Contributed by Paul Clemente on Mar 6, 2016

    how do we see communion?

    Please open your Bibles to Joshua Chapter 4…. Under the leadership of Joshua, the Israelites, God’s Chosen People, were commanded by God to cross the Jordan river and claim the land promised to them. As we noted in Joshua 3, the flow of the mighty Jordan River was held by the power of God and the more

  • Claiming Your Canaan–series Part 2 How To Get Past Your Jordan

    Contributed by Dr. Jwt Spies on Jul 13, 2021

    How to get pass the obstacles in your life, with the help of the Lord!!!!!!

    As we open, the second part of our series there is a story about a man who was a rather rough man, uncultured man who and for some reason as he was window shopping he fell in love with a beautiful vase that he seen in a window. Eventually he bought the vase and put it on his mantelpiece in his more

  • Teach Your Kids: Yahweh Is A God Of Wonders (Joshua 4:1-24) Series

    Contributed by Garrett Tyson on Dec 10, 2021

    Joshua sets up two memorials, in hopes that this will help the people remember, for all generations, God's wonders, and revere him, through all generations.

    The easiest way to jump into today's passage is by turning back to Joshua 3:7-13. It begins with Yahweh's words to Joshua, right before He does the wonder He has planned for Israel. Verse 7: (7) And Yahweh said to Joshua, "On this day I shall/will begin to make you great in the more

  • Monumental Series

    Contributed by Gordon Pike on Mar 12, 2022
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    We must not forget the blessings of the past because they serve as powerful reminders that whatever we face now or in the future as individuals or as a church, God is able

    [NOTE: This series uses stones as visual cues for our journey through Lent. This is actually the first sermon in the series. Each week, I have the ushers make sure that everyone has a stone. I ask them to hold the stone during the service and then, at the end, I ask them to come forward and more

  • Memories

    Contributed by Gene Gregory on Feb 25, 2023

    An examination of God's command to set up memorials.

    Joshua 4 Memories I. INTRODUCTION Years ago, as I visited with Gladys’ family on the night they erected their Christmas tree, they began to tell stories. As they would open boxes and pull out ornaments, they would explain, “This ornament is from the year we did this and so. This ornament is from more

  • Stones Of Remembrance

    Contributed by Anthony Zibolski on Jun 20, 2016
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    Memorial day message as we remember those who have gone ahead of us.

    Stones of remembrance Joshua 4:1-5, 10-24 Introduction- This sermon prepared from my previous sermons and gleamed from fellow ministers on SermonCentral. This morning we are celebrating Memorial Day. We honor all the men and women who have served and died for our freedom in this country. We more

  • Signs Of Faith Series

    Contributed by Paul Clemente on Feb 28, 2016

    Christians are called to be signs of faith!

    The Israelites were God’s Chosen People. Why did God have to choose a people?? And so, here’s something to think about: There are almost 7 billion people in the world, why did God choose you? Take a moment to quietly ponder about this question as we prepare for Joshua 4…. Israel more

  • "Drawing A Line In The Sand" Series

    Contributed by David Henderson on May 8, 2016

    It is time for God's people to declare that we are drawing a line in the sand. We will not choose to go back to Egypt. We will continue to advance to the Promised Land!

    Drawing a Line in the Sand” Joshua 4 For most of us when we go on a trip we often purchase something, a souvenir that reminds us of that place. It’s not the cost of the item that really matters, it’s the memory behind it. Two years ago I went to a baseball game in Kansas City to more

  • Take Action Or Wait? Series

    Contributed by Paul Clemente on Mar 13, 2016

    When do we take action and when do we wait?

    Please open your Bible to Joshua 4…. For Communion last week, we looked at the end of this chapter as we related the memorial of stones from the Jordan River to the bread and drink to remember Jesus Christ. In the middle of Chapter 4, God tells us what the Israelites did once almost all of more

  • "Drawing A Line In The Sand" Series

    Contributed by David Henderson on Apr 24, 2016
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    In this message we see Joshua lead the Israelites into the Promised Land, a journey they had waited 40 years to make. Why would we ever want to remain in slavery in Egypt? This message could especially helpful to those who are in recovery.

    Drawing a Line in the Sand” Joshua 4 For most of us when we go on a trip we often purchase something, a souvenir that reminds us of that place. It’s not the cost of the item that really matters, it’s the memory behind it. Two years ago I went to a baseball game in Kansas City to more

  • Memorial Stones

    Contributed by Doug Fannon on May 26, 2018
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    Memorial Day Message: On Memorial Day we remember those who gave their lives for us, for our freedoms, for the values we hold today? Do we know what our freedoms are and the values on which our country is founded? Do we remember or did they die in vain

    Memorial Day, the official start of the summer season. A day for family outings, a gathering of friends, BBQs and cookouts. It is also a day of remembering. We remember those who have gone before, especially those who have served in the military and died on foreign fields of battle. We need more

  • A Day Of Remembence

    Contributed by James ( Jim ) Highland on Jun 11, 2012

    Memorial Day jogs our memories of our nation, our families and our faith. God taught Israel the importance of memorials and memories.

    Day of Remembrance (Memorial Day) Joshua 4:1-9, 20-24 Remembering is an important part of our lives. All of us suffer from things not remembered, especially as we get older. My memory is filled with mental videos, both good and ugly. On this day my memories return to the loss of two uncles, more

  • The Measure Of Success

    Contributed by Betty Johnson on Jun 27, 2012

    This is the third in a three sermon series taken from Wayne Schmidt's book, "Ministry Velocity: The Power for Leadership Momentum" as it related to our church moving from a rented facility into a dedicated worship facility.

    The Measure of Success Scripture: Joshua 4 What is success? When does it happen? When can we say we have been successful? Two weeks ago, we talked about momentum and how momentum is developed by creating a God-focused movement. And if we create among us, a God-focused movement, how do we more

  • I’ve Got A Testimony

    Contributed by Pastor/Author: Terry Sisney on Nov 27, 2012
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    Many times as believers we fail to realize that one of the greatest weapons we have against hell is our testimony. Your testimony makes you a threat to hell, so open your mouth and testify.

    Text: Josh 4:1-9, 20-24 Joshua chose 12 men out of the 12 tribes of Israel and commanded them to take every man a stone. These stones were to become pillars of testimony to the miracle power of God dividing the Jordan and delivering the children of Israel. It was required that every man would take more