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  • Burning The Bulls Series

    Contributed by Jeff Strite on Nov 5, 2017
    based on 2 ratings
     | 5,186 views

    When Martin Luther posted his challenge to the church's selling of indulgences on the church door in Wittenberg, Pope Leo X was not pleased. The Pope issue a Papal Bull condemning Luther as a heretic. Luther responded by burning copies of the Bull.

    OPEN: October 31st was Halloween… but it was also the date of something even more significant. Many churches celebrate the last day of October as “Reformation Day” – the day (500 years ago) when Martin Luther nailed a document to the door of a Church building in Wittenberg, Germany that challenged ...read more

  • A Doctor You've Never Heard Of

    Contributed by W Pat Cunningham on Jun 29, 2018
     | 671 views

    The sixteenth century saw so much heretical scriptural writing that we usually write it off. But good Catholic scholarship was going on in that century, and John of Avila was one of the brightest lights.

    Thursday of the 13th Week in Course 2018 Reformation/Revolution The vocation to be a prophet is not for the faint-hearted. We see in this reading from the Book of Amos that the poor fellow was a migrant shepherd and tree-dresser, but he heard the voice of God and responded “yes.” And then God ...read more

  • An Amazing Confession Of Faith

    Contributed by Jon Mackinney on Aug 17, 2010
     | 590 views

    This is a very controversial passage, and is the basis for a debate that has raged between Catholics and Protestants for many years. Let's see what Jesus was talking about when He referred to the person and the event as "the rock."

    Passage: Matthew 16:13-21 Intro: We are looking at a passage today that has sparked huge controversy among believers. 1. and in fact, it is the interpretation of this passage that essentially separates Catholics from Protestants. 2. (by the way, protestant means “for the ...read more

  • Sola Fide: Faith Alone Series

    Contributed by Mark Connelly on Aug 24, 2011
    based on 1 rating
     | 5,685 views

    You cannot earn your salvation. You cannot buy it. Nobody can do it for you. Salvation is by God’s grace, through faith alone in Jesus Christ. That is the truth that liberates your soul.

    We’re in the 3rd week of a 4 week series called stories to tell. My purpose in this series is to tell you 4 stories of 4 great heroes of the faith, to stir your soul to stand for Christ. I want you to have new stories of the faith to tell your children and your children’s children. ...read more

  • Hail Mary.... The Immaculate Conception Explained

    Contributed by Simon Rundell on Dec 6, 2001
    based on 101 ratings
     | 7,343 views

    Explaining the Immaculate Conception, teaching on the history and theology of the dogma, and how it applies to all of us, as an example of God’s Grace and Goodness.

    Sermon: 8th December 2001, Feast of the Immaculate Conception of the Blessed Virgin Mary Text: Luke 1:26-38 “Hail Mary, Filled with Grace” In the name of the +Father and of the Son, and of the Holy Spirit. Amen. Two weeks ago, during our Advent Course, Fr Lewis laid down a challenge for ...read more

  • Matin Luther The Father Of The Reformation Series

    Contributed by Coz Von on Oct 24, 2017
     | 2,820 views

    Marin luther, with a warped sense of scripture became the Father of the reformation.

    artin Luther was a tortured soul, if ever there was one. He grew up with a warped understanding of God as harsh and severe. And becoming an Augustinian monk only made matters worse. He followed all the rules of the Catholic Church with diligence: praying, going on pilgrimages, attending mass, and ...read more

  • A Story That Will Change Your Life Series

    Contributed by Jeff Strite on Aug 20, 2017
    based on 4 ratings
     | 25,037 views

    Daniel in the Lions' Den has been called the "one of the best loved stories in the Bible." But have you ever thought that God had a message in the story that could change your life?

    ILLUS: A 1st-grader stood in front of his classroom to make a speech about "What he wanted to be when he grew up." He stood up in front of the class and said, "I’m going to be a lion tamer and have lots of fierce lions. I’ll walk into the cage and they will roar… and they’ll roar… and they’ll…" ...read more

  • "When It Doesn't Stick"

    Contributed by Stephen Woody on May 28, 2005
    based on 10 ratings
     | 1,236 views

    This is a sermon written for teacher appreciation Sunday, but it has a timeless message on the true meaning of love. True and sincere Christ Love, loves not to change someone, but just so the person will feel loved.

    "WHEN IT DOESN’T STICK" (1 Corinthians 13:1-13) Introduction: GOD BLESS THE TEACHERS! In Fact, God Bless Anyone Who Has The Almost Impossible Task Of Teaching Children I don’t know that there is another job that has as many challenges, with as few ...read more

  • Why Should They Hate Us?

    Contributed by Jeff Strite on Sep 18, 2001
    based on 138 ratings
     | 12,553 views

    Using the backdrop of the hatred that resulted in the terrorism attacks on America, this sermon asks why anyone would hate Christians?

    OPEN: I remember when I was in 2nd grade. I was in class the day that it was announced to us that the President of the United States had been assassinated. A sniper had murdered John F. Kennedy in Dallas, Texas, and the nation was in tumult. I remember many things about that day. The way the class ...read more

  • Abiding In Jesus' Reformation Words

    Contributed by Christopher Martin on Oct 25, 2009
    based on 4 ratings
     | 4,057 views

    A sermon preached at an area Reformation Sunday worship service on 10/25/2009 at Elk Horn Lutheran Church, Elk Horn, Iowa. It uses Jesus’ words of the text as Jesus’ "reformation words" for the people of his day, Martin Luther’s day, and today.

    Historically, Lutherans have taken the last Sunday in October and set it aside as “Reformation Sunday”, where we give thanks to God for the life and work of Martin Luther and other reformers of the church in the 1500’s who brought back to light the truth of the Gospel. It’s a day where it’s very ...read more