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  • Lazyboy Series

    Contributed by Jeff Strite on Jun 17, 2018
    based on 2 ratings

    The 3rd sin of Sodom was slothfulness. Why does God hate this, and how can we be condemned of this sin? Hint: too many churches and church goers actually do commit this sin and risk His wrath.

    OPEN: (–time stamp 0:0 thru 2:44 - A Millennial Job Interview) Now, how would you describe that young lady? Was she a self-centered, selfish woman?? Well, yeah. It was very clear that she absolutely had to have a specially created coffee latte every more

  • Worshiping From Our Lazy-Boys

    Contributed by Jim Butcher on Aug 12, 2005
    based on 14 ratings

    This sermon unpacks the physical expressions of our worship and the reasons we’re often so backward.

    - Worship is supposed to be spiritual (John 4:23-24), but that spiritual worship, if real, is undoubtedly going to express itself physically. Some people think that what we do or don’t do with our bodies during worship doesn’t really matter, but that’s just not true. - Ex. Your kid does more

  • The Cycle Of Settling Series

    Contributed by Mark Elkins on Mar 24, 2008
    based on 3 ratings

    Have you settled for the wrong things lately? Have you found yourself sitting on your lazy boy of life too often? Have you settled for ungodly things? Have you settled for less than God in your prayer life? In your Bible study? In your walk with God?

    THE CYCLE OF SETTLING Gen. 11:31-12:1, Cor. 14:3, I love Sunday afternoon. There is something special about having worshipped God, going out to eat with your family, and then coming home to this!!! Can I get a witness? What would happen though if I did this (point to chair) all of the time? more

  • Lost Sheep

    Contributed by Jon Mackinney on Apr 24, 2003
    based on 18 ratings

    Because of our terrible lostness, God had to go outside the human race to provide a solution to the universal problem of sin. He needed a lot more than image; someone unaffected by the world’s sinful value system, someone who trusted God perfectly.

    Passage: Isaiah 53:1-9 Intro: We have had front-row seats for quite a show these last 3 weeks. 1. watched with pride and amazement as the brave men and women of our military have dismantled the regime of Saddam Hussein 2. precision aerial bombardment, bunker busters chasing Saddam from one more

  • Where Does Your Pride Come From? Series

    Contributed by James Buchanan on Jan 1, 2004
    based on 6 ratings

    Part 1 in a 2 part series on Philippians 3. This series deals with considering everything loss compared to knowing Jesus Christ

    Where does your pride come from? Thursday night we had our bowling league—EXPLAIN—175 avg, most improved player—26 pins ALL PAST ACCOMPLISHMENTS MEANT NOTHING THAT NIGHT. The 10th hole at Stone Hedge--$5,000. Yesterday, I registered for classes—smart, getting a degree… Where should more

  • Thanks-Giving

    Contributed by Anthony Zibolski on Dec 1, 2015

    Thanksgiving is a reminder of the great things that God has already done for us.

    Thanks-Giving Selected Scriptures Introduction- This morning we are only a few days away from a lot of people suffering from over-eating and blaming the turkey we ate as the reason we had to take an all day nap on Thanksgiving. Really, that is a myth. Turkey does contain more

  • We Have A Job To Do

    Contributed by Stephen Belokur on Jan 18, 2017

    According to God's Holy Word we CAN absolutely know for certain that we will spend eternity with Jesus. In the meantime, what should we be doing? Are we saved just so we can relax or are we saved to extend God's grace to those who are lost in sin?

    Scripture Reading: John 14:15-24 (Please open your Bibles to this text) Last week we took a look the most important question of any moment in time which is, “If Jesus returns or you go to meet Him, are you ready? Are you saved?” And we found that it is not only possible but it is more

  • Growing In Godliness Series

    Contributed by Michael Murdock on Oct 30, 2002
    based on 57 ratings

    Based on Series #3 in Pursuing Spiritual Transformtion by Willow Creek & Zondervan

    Growing in Godliness 1 Corinthians 9:24-27 Growth Introduction: Fifty years ago, we began to orient our lives around one of the great growth avoidance inventions of all time: the Television. You didn’t have to think, focus your attention, or follow a closely reasoned chain of thought when more

  • Don't Show Favortism Series

    Contributed by Jay Mcphearson on Sep 24, 2007
    based on 3 ratings

    Favoritism is more than foolish, it is sin.

    if you would like the powerpoint, please email me with the title of the sermon in the subject line. James 2:1-13 “Don’t Show Favoritism” “Favoritism is more than foolish, it is sin.” Sunday Morning Sermon 09.02.07 Intro: (Start with title and text) Good morning. It is a blessing seeing more

  • The Way To The Top

    Contributed by Kirk Wannop on Jul 26, 2009
    based on 17 ratings

    Abraham’s assignment was to be a good father. From this God could bless the world

    The Way to the Top Gen 18:19 July 27th, 2009 What do you think is the most important job in the world? Soccer player David Beckham makes ½ million $/week, but most soccer players probably make about $100,000/ year. Dentists and doctors make 100 – 300/year. Big jet pilots about 200. Stock more

  • "A Great Dad" Series

    Contributed by Marilyn Murphree on Jun 14, 2003
    based on 23 ratings

    What makes a great Dad according to scripture.

    Iliff and Saltillo UM churches June 15, 2003 Father’s Day “A Great Dad” Psalm 103:1-13 INTRODUCTION: Today is Father’s Day. Anyone can be a father but it takes a special person to be a Dad. The title for today’s message is a “A Great Dad.” Just what are the characteristics of a great more

  • Diet And Exercise: A Spiritual Perspective – Part I

    Contributed by Johann Neethling on Oct 10, 2005
    based on 25 ratings

    A sermon in 2 parts - how to keep the Body of Christ fit and healthy - applying spiritual lessons from our need for diet and exercise.

    DIET AND EXERCISE: A Spiritual Perspective – Part I Daniel 1: 3-16; John 4: 4-14; 7:37-39 1. We have just completed a 4 week study entitled Christian A&P 101 where we reflected on the Apostle Paul’s favorite description of the Church as the Body of Christ. We examined 4 main aspects of our more

  • Treated Better Than We Deserve

    Contributed by John Gaston on May 26, 2016

    Many complain about God letting them down, but the truth is, God blesses us far more than we deserve. If we compare our selves with others, or consider if we got justice instead of mercy, we'd never charge God with wrongdoing.

    TREATED BETTER THAN WE DESERVE Ps. 103:10 INTRODUCTION A. HUMOR 1. There was a man who had a cat named Mr. Peoples. It was an especially obnoxious cat which yowled a lot and loved to pounce on him when he fell asleep in his lazy-boy chair. It would stand around smirking at him. 2. So one more

  • Excellence Series

    Contributed by Michael Deutsch on Jan 18, 2016

    As a church, our goal should be excellence in all we do!

    Pursuing Excellence 1 Thessalonians 4:1 January 17, 2016 Well, this week was SOTU, given by POTUS. I think the older I get, not that I’m old, the more I dislike all of the abbreviations and short hand writing. For those who are AC, better known as Abbreviation Challenged, this week more

  • Honoring Fathers

    Contributed by Alan Perkins on Jun 17, 2001
    based on 61 ratings

    We honor fathers best by recognizing the critically important work God has given them.

    Father’s Day is a strange holiday. Like Mother’s Day, it’s a civil holiday, established by a Resolution of Congress and by an annual Presidential Proclamation. It was first recognized by Calvin Coolidge in 1924, and this year the President once again named June 15th as Father’s Day. So, more