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  • The Parable Of The Good Father Series

    Contributed by Gavin Rushton on Nov 23, 2016

    A refocus on the Parable of the Lost Son

  • Extravagant Love

    Contributed by Ryan Ferwerda on Apr 5, 2019

    There are some stories that are so wonderful they leave us feeling blessed just by hearing them. The story of God's extravagant love is one such story.

    There are certain stories that at the moment you read them or hear them they have the ability to really tug on the strings of the heart. They are so moving, so beautiful that you can’t help but feel blessed just by the mere fact of having heard or read them. This is exactly the way I felt when I more

  • Internal Dialogue Of The Prodigal Son

    Contributed by Paul Andrew on Mar 6, 2019

    Lent 4C

    There are a couple dialogical excerpts from the Prodigal Son story that deals with our conscious awareness, which is to “think about one’s thinking” or to consciously know what one knows, and to explicitly use this cognitive process in our spiritual life. 1. The first is when the passage states, more

  • Welcome Home!

    Contributed by Jonathan Kruschel on Apr 25, 2019

    This first person sermon hears the account of the prodigal son from the prodigal son himself. His story is our story - a story of God's amazing grace!

    This morning I would like to speak to you as if I was that prodigal, wasteful and reckless son that we heard about in our gospel lesson. I come to you this morning to share my story, the same story that Jesus shared with a rather diverse group of people who had gathered around him from every walk more

  • War Against The Wasteful Wasters

    Contributed by Olu Omoasegun on Apr 11, 2013

    Waste has become a commonly experienced thing in our world, and mostly in the Christendom. Thousands of brothers and sisters are undergoing waste in one way or the other.

    INTRODUCTION Bible Reading: Luke 15:11-32 I would like to start this message by asking you a question: Are You Experiencing Waste in Your Life? I believe that your answer is YES! Because one way or the other, you will be experiencing waste. Waste has become a commonly experienced thing in more

  • Love, Salvation And Inheritance

    Contributed by Davon Huss on Nov 12, 2013

    A sermon on the parables of Luke 15 focused on stewardship, finances, and money

    HoHum: When D.L. Moody was directing his Sunday School in Chicago, one boy walked several miles to attend; and somebody asked him, “Why don’t you go to a Sunday School closer to home?” His reply might have been used by the publicans and sinners in Jesus’ day: more

  • Never Once Series

    Contributed by Curry Pikkaart on Nov 20, 2013

    Never once have we ever walked alone. never once did He leave us all alone. He is faithful.

    “Connected: Never Once” Ez. 34:11-6; Lk. 15:1-32 The past few weeks we’ve been considering what it means to be connected to God. Admittedly, spiritual disciplines are hard – they take time, effort, and energy. There are times when we simply fail to make a good more

  • I Did It My Way; Look Where It Got Me Series

    Contributed by Perry Greene on Dec 19, 2011
    based on 4 ratings

    The prodigal son rpoves to be a useful story for the way in which God searches for lost mankind.

    The story is told of a man named Yussif, the Terrible Turk. Yussif was a 350-pound wrestling champion in Europe a couple of generations ago. After he won the European championship, he sailed to America to wrestle our champ, whose name was Strangler Lewis -- a little guy by comparison who more

  • The God Who Runs

    Contributed by Martin Ellgar on Dec 6, 2014

    A perspective on Luke 15: 1-3, 11b-32. The loving father does he wait for a lengthy and rehearsed apology from his returning son. He sees him coming in the distance and with joy runs out to greet him. In this way he brings honour again to his son.

    Luke 15: 1-3, 11b-32 The God Who Runs God loves to have a party. He has been known to host the best and biggest celebrations in heaven whenever a sinner turns around from following their own desires and decides to come home to God. Everyone is invited to celebrate. Our parable today is not more

  • Jesus Finds Lost Things! (The Lost Son) Series

    Contributed by Tony Searles on Feb 15, 2015
    based on 1 rating

    This is the third of a three part sermon series I preached during our Month of Missions emphasis. In this particular sermon we considered how the son represents those who willingly and knowingly wander away from God.

    MAIN TEXT - Luke 15:11-32 Over the last couple weeks I have attempted to make a case for us to develop a HEART for MISSIONS – especially here in our “Month of Missions!” In that, I have made it expressly clear that it is all about having a heart that reflects God’s more

  • The Prodigal Son Part One Series

    Contributed by Anthony Zibolski on Oct 15, 2014
    based on 1 rating

    The prodigal son is an example of how much God loves us and will welcome us back into His presence. What can we learn about God and what can we apply to our loves concerning His love and forgiveness.

    The Prodigal son Luke 15:11-15:24 Introduction- This morning we are going to talk about the parables of Jesus. It is a familiar passage that everyone can relate too. Luke 15 contains 3 parables. 1. Parable of the lost sheep- Jesus says suppose you have 100 sheep and one leaves. You more

  • The Prodigal Series

    Contributed by Denn Guptill on Jun 1, 2014

    This is an overview of the Prodigal Son, the beginning of a three week series that looks at the rest of the story.

    What would be the worst job that you could possibly imagine yourself in? If the bottom fell out of your world, and you had no safety net what would be on the very bottom of the list of occupations? Perhaps the person in charge of Rob Ford’s Public image? Now imagine if you will that you 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

  • Love Vs. Judgement Series

    Contributed by Ken Little on Jul 23, 2014

    When we can free ourselves from judging, we can free ourselves to love.

    “Free: To Love” Well good morning everyone….As always it is good to be with you this morning…today we are beginning a three week series and honestly I’m glad it is only three weeks because I only have three suits…if it was one more week…well..the only more

  • Two Lost Sons Series

    Contributed by Tim Smith on May 11, 2014

    In this lesson we learn what it means to be lost through the eyes of the younger son

    Two Lost Sons Luke 15:11-32 Do you know what the worst feeling is? It’s not the Saints losing twice in Seattle ending their playoff run. The worst feel is being lost. When I was six, my parents took me to a carnival. It was a kid’s dream: games, rides, cotton candy, hotdogs, and more