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  • A Faith That Can Be Seen

    Contributed by Dr. Jwt Spies on May 27, 2021

    When the Lord see's how bad you want your Blessing!

    You see, faith is never something just to be talked about. It is something that must be demonstrated in the way we walk, in the way we talk and in the way live. Paul Harvey the radio announcer once said, “If you don’t live it, you don’t believe it.” And there’s Biblical basis for that statement. more

  • "When Jesus Is In The House!”

    Contributed by Sean Dees on May 3, 2021

    Noise is a sign of life. There was a noise when Jesus was in the house.

    I. A noise (an announcement) that Jesus is in the house. A. If we want Jesus in the house we got to invite Him. Re 3:20 Behold, I stand at the door, and knock: if any man hear my voice, and open the door, I will come in to him, and will sup with him, and he with me. B. We got to let Him more

  • The Medicine Of Forgiveness Series

    Contributed by Glenn Pease on Mar 27, 2021

    The greatest healing in the world is to be forgiven, and the greatest healing you can give is the medicine of forgiveness.

    Language can be lethal. Dr. Bernard Lown, professor of Cardiology at Harvard, tells of how he learned this, very dramatically. He had a middle age woman as a patient, who had a narrowing of the tricuspid valve on her heart. She had this problem for a decade, but one day a Dr. Levin was leading a more

  • Matthew The Tax Collector Series

    Contributed by Glenn Pease on Mar 18, 2021

    Matthew was a rebel who had fulfilled his dream in the world, and who realized it was not satisfying. He calls himself the publican, however, in his Gospel, because he rejoices that he is a trophy of grace.

    Someone said, you never could take your money with you, but some can remember when the government would let you keep some while you were still here. It is hard for many to believe that our country was founded partly to avoid taxation. As bad as taxes are, however, only two classes of people ever more

  • The Great Physician Series

    Contributed by Glenn Pease on Mar 16, 2021

    Jesus supports all the medical efforts to heal all diseases, even those that are caused by sin.

    People who survive great dangers and diseases are often creative people who do the unusual. Robert Muller, in his memoirs, Most Of All, They Taught Me Happiness, tells of how creative he became under pressure. In 1943 he was a member of the French Resistance. Using the name of Parizot, he more

  • Becoming The Real Deal Series

    Contributed by Lanny Smith on Mar 10, 2021

    Watch out for fakes! Whether we're talking about counterfeit products from the internet or people, the results are similar. We're disappointed, angered, distrustful. Fake stuff doesn't live up to our expectations. Become the "real deal."

    Authentic: Becoming The Real Deal   • Fake Rolex in NYC for $50. (real deal is anywhere from $10-$15K USED) That street corner Rolex will eventually turn your wrist green and quit right after that. • If you shop online at all, chances are good you’ve bought counterfeit or fake more

  • Forgiveness And Wholeness Series

    Contributed by Mary Erickson on Mar 4, 2021

    Carrying the weight of guilt affects us, body, mind, and spirit. God's forgiveness of us and our forgiveness of others brings healing to our whole being.

    March 3, 2021 Hope Lutheran Church Rev. Mary Erickson Mark 2:1-12; Psalm 32 Forgiveness and Wholeness Friends, may grace and peace be yours in abundance in the knowledge of God and Christ Jesus our Lord. We aren’t like a car. You can take apart a car and put it back together. It’ll run just more

  • "be Careful Of The Company You Keep"

    Contributed by Kenneth Sauer on Jan 28, 2021

    A sermon about being a disciple.

    “Be Careful of the Company You Keep” Mark 2:13-17 There can be no doubt, this is one of my favorite scenes in the Gospels and that is saying a lot. We are able to see the Lord interacting with human beings in a very radical way, a very subversive way, a very new way. And it is absolutely more

  • A Gracious Call To A Social Outcast Series

    Contributed by Donald Whitchard on Jan 25, 2021

    So many people today feel like they exist more than they live, thinking that everything in this world is against them and that no one cares. Matthew, the tax collector, is just such a case. It turned out that Jesus had a plan for him, and for you as well.

    Jesus' compassion for people is evident as we progress through this Gospel, and this display of Divine love is also recorded by Matthew and Luke as well. The Lord Jesus is not the exclusive property of any group or man made religious system. Nobody can mold Him into one particular behavior more

  • Inconvenient Christmas

    Contributed by Derrick Tuper on Dec 13, 2020

    This seems like an adequate description of Christmas this year. Well, our original Christmas family had to deal with some inconveniences surrounding that first Christmas. Let's see how they handled them all.

    INCONVENIENT CHRISTMAS This seems like an adequate description of Christmas this year. Synonyms for inconvenient include: tiresome, difficult, problematic, awkward, undesirable, troublesome, bothersome. Sounds kind of fitting, doesn't it? The typical parties and gatherings we would normally be more

  • The Deity Of Christ Part 2 Series

    Contributed by Stephen Smith on Nov 7, 2020

    The second message in this series, giving further proofs from the Bible that Jesus Christ is God himself. This includes Christ as the Image of God, Christ the sharer in God's Glory, Christ the receiver of worship and Christ the forgiver of sins.

    JUST WHO IS CHRIST? What does the Bible really say? Part Two - Christ: God in the New Testament In the last message, we saw that Christ’s eternal more

  • An Unexpected Funeral

    Contributed by Steve Greene on Oct 19, 2020
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    This is a funeral for a man in his mid-fifties that passed away unexpectedly.

    Michael Brown On behalf of the entire Brown family, I want to take this opportunity to thank each of you for being here this afternoon. One week ago right now, none of us expected to be here today. But people have rearranged schedules, taken off work, and traveled many miles to be here for this more

  • Jesus In The House (A Message For Mother's Day

    Contributed by Arlen Payne on May 7, 2020

    Is Jesus in the House? A message to encourage Mothers on Mother's Day.

    Jesus in the House Mark 2:1-2 Intro. Today we celebrate Mother’s Day. There is a little phrase here that caught my attention at the end of verse 1. “he was in the house”. It was probably the house of Simon and Andrew. Mark 1:29 - This would be Simon Peter - It was in Capernaum Vs. more

  • Take It Personally Series

    Contributed by Greg Lindsey on Mar 7, 2020

    What Jesus Says that the Church Should and Should Not Be

    So hey, good morning and welcome or welcome back to this place we call DCC. We want to give a special shout out and welcome to all of our friends who are watching us online right now wherever it is that you might be and to all of our new friends who are here for the very first time today. If you more

  • #11 Who, Me? — Jesus Loves Tax Collectors And Sinners Too Series

    Contributed by Chuck Sligh on Mar 4, 2020
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    Jesus called an unlikely disciple named Levi, aka Matthew who would later pen the gospel that bears his name. He was a hated tax collector who ran with the riff-raff of society. But Jesus loved him too and had a place of service for someone such as him

    #11 Who, Me? — Jesus Loves Tax Collectors and Sinners Too Series: Gospel of Mark Chuck Sligh March 1, 2020 NOTE: PowerPoint or ProPresenter presentations are available for this sermon by request at Please mention the title of the sermon and the Bible text to help me find more