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  • Develop A Respect For Authority Series

    Contributed by Tim Pollock on May 24, 2016

    Sermon Series by Dr. Tim Pollock

    When youth move into adulthood with high Christian values, they get a head start in life and will thankfully escape many pitfalls! Parents can’t make children have character. They can, however, provide the framework for positive growth by taking advantage of an infallible textbook – the more

  • Promote A Spirit Of Generosity Series

    Contributed by Tim Pollock on May 24, 2016

    Sermon Series by Dr. Tim Pollock

    Greed is one of humanity’s crowning sins. Greed destroys relationships and homes. In fact, greed can destroy an entire family. “House” in the Hebrew language means more than just a structure, it means a home. And it even means more than just a home, it’s talking about more

  • A Mother's Love

    Contributed by Joey Nelson on May 13, 2003
    based on 164 ratings

    I have often told the kids: “If you ever get lost in a crowd and separated from us, there is one thing that you must do. You find a mother with children or pushing a stroller and you go ask her to help you find your mother and 99% of the time, you’ll be s

    SERMONIC THEME Opening Statement: I have often told the kids: “If you ever get lost in a crowd and separated from us, there is one thing that you must do. You find a mother with children or pushing a stroller and you go ask her to help you find your mother and 99% of the time, you’ll be safe and more

  • Holy Children Love Their Mothers

    Contributed by Eric Vertein on May 13, 2005
    based on 7 ratings

    When common sense fails, God enters with his commandment "Respect your mother."

    Leviticus 19:1-3 Mother’s Day May 8, 2005 Leviticus 19:1-3 The LORD said to Moses, 2 "Speak to the entire assembly of Israel and say to them: ’Be holy because I, the LORD your God, am holy. 3 "’Each of you must respect his mother and father, and you must observe my Sabbaths. I am the LORD your more

  • Lo Mas Importante Series

    Contributed by Felipe Villegas on Jan 3, 2006
    based on 11 ratings

    La pregunta natural es: ¿Por qué estamos tan sobrecargados? La respuesta es siempre la misma: ¡Tratamos de hacer mucho a la misma vez! Y ¿Por qué tratamos de hacer mucho a la misma vez? ¡Porque olvidamos lo más importante! Lo que realmente vale, cuenta, l

    De una Vida Agobiada a una Vida Balanceada “Lo mas importante,……. Enfocándonos en lo que mas importa” Estamos en la serie de predicaciones: “De una vida agobiada a una vida balanceada” La pregunta natural es: ¿Por qué estamos tan sobrecargados? La respuesta es siempre la misma: ¡Tratamos de more

  • The Columbo Method Of Parenting

    Contributed by David Wilson on Oct 2, 2008

    You can choose to solve problems (like Columbo) or create more (like Inspector Clouseu) by your parental clumsiness?

    Some good ideas will be presented here-- they are not presented so much as a sermon as simple advice to parents, especially of teens. The Columbo Method of Parenting Teenagers 1) Persistently Ask Questions Columbo is an annoying little man, but he always gets the answers he needs. He more

  • No Such Thing As A Maintenance-Free Home Series

    Contributed by Michael Fletcher on Sep 9, 2011
    based on 5 ratings

    Intro: (Michael) If you look up the phrase “maintenance-free home” or “maintenance-free house” on the internet you’ll find no fewer than 125 million articles. It seems everyone wants to live in the build-it-and-leave-it-alone structure. But one article stood out to more

  • Most Likely To Succeed (Theme From Ray Pritchard) Series

    Contributed by Daniel Habben on Sep 9, 2012
    based on 1 rating

    God blessed Samson with great many of us have. What are we doing with that blessing? God also always tells us what we need to know even though it's not always what we want to know.

    Did your school yearbook have this category: “Most Likely to Succeed”? If so, would we find your picture there? Perhaps you were too much of a goof in high school to lead any of your classmates to believe that you would ever amount to much. If you were the chosen one, have you measured more

  • Lessons Of Tradition

    Contributed by James Kirkland on Jan 8, 2007
    based on 2 ratings

    What we were taught, we teach our children and they will teach our grand-children

    “The Lessons of Traditions” Does anyone have a “New year’s resolution?” Party, P-a-r-r-r-t-y! It’s “New Year’s Eve!” let’s go celebrate the end of 2006 and bring in 2007 with the biggest bang ever! That’s what my parents did every New Years. Someone would host the party and the food and drinks more

  • Come And Be A Godly Father Series

    Contributed by Bruce Landry on Jan 15, 2007
    based on 3 ratings

    As Men of Christ, we are called to be "Godly Fathers", to bring up our Children in the way they should go so that when they grow old they shall not depart from it. Let’s review how God’s word leads us in this light.

    Called to be Godly Father’s Do not Exasperate Do nurture Do discipline Do Train Seoul -- At his father’s funeral, American Carl Lewis placed his 100-meter gold medal from the 1984 Olympics in his father’s hands. "Don’t worry," he told his surprised mother. "I’ll get another one." more

  • Family Inheritance Series

    Contributed by Douglas Vincent on Mar 21, 2006
    based on 9 ratings

    Isaac repeats his Fathers mistake while simultatiously benefiting from his Fathers Faith and blessing. What we receive from our Parents is both Good and Bad, and I want us to wrestle with the reality of our own mixed inheritance.

    1. The Creation Stage Gen. 1–11 2. The Patriarchal Stage Gen. 12–50; Job 3. The Exodus Stage Exod.—Deut. 4. The Conquest Stage Josh. 5. The Judges Stage Judg.—1 Sam. 1–7 6. The United Kingdom Stage 1 Sam. 8—1 Kings 11; 1 Chron.—2 Chron. 9; Pss.—Song of Sol. 7. The more

  • Mother's Day 2005

    Contributed by Tony Grant on Oct 30, 2005
    based on 12 ratings

    My mother has Alzheimer’s, and is very hotile toward me for putting her in assisted living, so any Mother’s Day sermon I preach has got to be about forgiveness.

    Mothers Day 2005 MT18:21-22 05/08./05 2478 words 21 Then Peter came and said to him, "Lord, if another member of the church sins against me, how often should I forgive? As many as seven times?" 22 Jesus said to him, "Not seven times, but, I tell you, seventy-seven times. This is more

  • Essential Investment In Every Family

    Contributed by Jose Cabajar on Jul 16, 2003
    based on 26 ratings

    Relevant message of our time.

    <PRE> Business oriented people know well the great value of investment. They are on the look out for investment opportunities that would yield profitable returns. They set goals and sharpen their vision through their philosophies of life. They have the capacity to motivate more

  • When Bad Girls Become Moms

    Contributed by Antonio Torrence on May 13, 2003
    based on 54 ratings

    The church should be the guiding voice for young parents seeking guidance and support.

    "When Bad Girls Become Moms" by Rev. A. Lamar Torrence, Pastor of Cross of Life Lutheran Church 1 Kings 3:17 I yet believe that the church, holder of the keys to heaven, is call to lead the world during this century. We, the bride of Christ, are to process down the isle of time, bringing new more

  • Road Maps For A Far Country

    Contributed by Joseph Smith on May 27, 2003
    based on 9 ratings

    For Father’s Day: Fathers who say "yes" to everything provide a road map to disaster; who keep their children at arm’s length point to alienation; but who may also go home themselves to lead their children home. (Maps were displayed)

    I have always liked maps. Any kind of map fascinates me. You can learn so much from a map. If it is a road map, you can find out how to get from here to there and back again. When I was in elementary school and the classroom got boring, like most kids, I would doodle. But while some kids more