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  • Lessons Learned By Veteran

    Contributed by Lee Hammond Houston Jr. on Jan 18, 2021
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    My first combat was only a few days after I arrived in Vietnam. The invincibility of my youth left me swiftly. I wrote each letter home with care, for I suddenly knew that each letter might be the last words. Luke records some of Christ last words.

    Lessons Learned by Veteran: For Memorial Day or Veteran’s Day Scripture: Luke 23:34 This sermon is adapted from my book, An Enlisted Man’s Point of View: Lessons Learned in the 199th 1966-1967. It is nonfiction, a memoir of combat and its result, PTSD. Pastor Lee Houston My first combat was more

  • "revenge"

    Contributed by Kenneth Sauer on Nov 3, 2020

    A sermon about repaying evil with good.

    “Revenge” Romans 12:9-21 A colleague of mine once told me about a time he was driving down the road and another driver, who was very angry with him for some infraction, drove up beside him cursing and making gestures at him. My colleague rolled down his window and instead of returning insults more

  • 8 Ways To Hurt Any Relationship.

    Contributed by Howard Strickland on Nov 1, 2020

    Respect, in all forms, speaks volumes to anyone in a relationship and often results in feeling worthy of personal affection...

    8 Ways To Hurt Any Relationship. Romans 12:9-13NKJV Respect, in all forms, speaks volumes to anyone in a relationship and often results in feeling worthy of personal affection. As you can imagine, lack of respect does the complete opposite. It tears down trust, and builds walls of division. Lack more

  • Act Of Worship Series

    Contributed by John Oscar on Sep 27, 2020

    Teaching about how God is worshipped through laying down our lives for him- everything is about God!

  • Living With Lament Series

    Contributed by David Owens on Sep 21, 2020
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    In this last sermon of the series on grief and lament, we explore and engage in how to live with lament. How to employ it with cases of overwhelming grief, and with cases of everyday, minor grief. The sermon ends with two examples of lament prayers.

    A. Back in May, during our series about hope, I opened a sermon with a story that I want to use again today as our launching point. 1. One afternoon, a man came home from work to find two young girls from the neighborhood on the steps of his building. 2. Both girls were crying very loudly, and more

  • Individualism Series

    Contributed by Scott Berry on Aug 27, 2020
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    Have you ever thought about why you think the way you do? What are the cultural lenses that you are looking through? Let us think about the water we are swimming in.

    Rom 12: 9 – 21 Looking at our lenses: Individualism (Have you spotted consumeristic thinking in yourself this week?) Individualism is the social outlook that stresses independence and self-reliance. Individualists promote the exercise of one's goals and desires, while opposing external more

  • Our Way

    Contributed by Gaither Bailey on Aug 27, 2020

    The heart of OUR WAY as Christians is marked by the way we treat one another and our enemies. 13th Sunday after Pentecost, Year A

    Our Way Romans 12: 9 – 21 Intro: I want to share a story I found that appeared in Reader’s Digest in Dec. 1981. Emily Gloria Wilson was the housekeeper for John Kenneth Galbraith. On a particularly difficult day, Galbraith asked Emily to hold all telephone calls while he took a nap. A short more

  • Christian Reactions

    Contributed by Christopher Holdsworth on Aug 25, 2020
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    How to overcome evil with good.

    CHRISTIAN REACTIONS. Romans 12:14-21. Romans 12:14. The positive imperative is to “bless” those who persecute us. This is similar to the teaching of Jesus (Matthew 5:44; Luke 6:27-28). The supreme example is that of Jesus Himself (1 Peter 2:21-23). This partly involved Jesus praying for His more

  • El Reino De Los Cielos / Dios

    Contributed by John Singarayar on Aug 21, 2020
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    ¿Sabemos qué es el Reino de los Cielos / Dios?

    El Reino de los Cielos / Dios Reflexión El Reino de los Cielos / Dios Mateo 13:24-30, Romanos 8:26-27, Juan 15:15-17, 1 Corintios 13:1-13, Romanos 12:17-21. Comencemos a reflexionar sobre el texto ... del Evangelio de Mateo (Mateo 13:24-30): "El reino de los cielos puede more

  • The Kingdom Of Heaven/God (Sixteenth Sunday In Ordinary Time)

    Contributed by John Singarayar on Jul 8, 2020
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    The sermon focus on the Kingdom of Heaven/God. Further, it reflects that we may sow the seed of love to accommodate the poor, the migrant, and we may mix the yeast of love to reach out to insignificant and needy people, building the Kingdom of Heaven/God wherever we are and whatever we do.

    Reflection The Kingdom of Heaven/God Matthew 13:24-33, Romans 8:26-27, John 15:15-17, 1 Corinthians 13:1-13, Romans 12:17-21. Let us begin reflecting on the text...from the Gospel of Matthew (Matthew 13:24-30): “The kingdom of heaven may be likened to a man who sowed good seed in his more

  • Black Lives Do Matter!

    Contributed by David Owens on Jun 22, 2020
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    We are all made in God's image and have equal value and deserve equal justice.Our God is concerned about justice for the oppressed. The body of Christ must weep and suffer with those who weep and suffer, and do what we can to relieve their suffering.

    A. Kent Hughes tells a story about John Reed, a man who drove a school bus in Australia. 1. The bus carried both whites and aborigines and the boys on the bus were constantly fussing and fighting about their racial differences. 2. Finally, John had heard all the bickering he could stand between more

  • Reflection A.3 / Coronavirus - First Response / We Should Grieve

    Contributed by Simon Bartlett on May 9, 2020

    Scripture calls us to 'weep with those who weep’. We grieve over suffering. We should also grieve over sin.

    In my first two Reflections I considered prayer. Our first response to coronavirus, as a church and as a nation, should be to pray. Another response we must make is to grieve. Paul wrote in Romans 12:15, ‘Rejoice with those who rejoice, weep with those who weep’. Some weeks ago I travelled up more

  • The Body Of Christ Series

    Contributed by Jeffery Anselmi on May 8, 2020

    As the body of Christ, we can flashback to the life of Jesus and witness how he rejoiced in the success of his disciples and also wept with those who were hurting.

    The Body of Christ Romans 12:15-16 As the body of Christ, we can flashback to the life of Jesus and witness how he rejoiced in the success of his disciples and also wept with those who were hurting. SLIDE #1 INTRODUCTION • Today we will continue our “Flashback; Remembering the Work of the more

  • Genuine Love

    Contributed by Christopher Holdsworth on May 7, 2020
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    Another song of agape love.

    GENUINE LOVE. Romans 12:9-13. In Greek, the first clause of Romans 12:9 has no verb, so could literally be rendered “love without hypocrisy” or “love unfeigned”. From this, I have taken ‘Genuine Love’ as a title for this section. The second clause talks about evil and good, forming a kind of more

  • Worth Dying For? Series

    Contributed by Gordon Pike on Apr 14, 2020

    Easter sermon that asks "Who would you die for?" and, more importantly, in the shadow of the cross, "Who would die for you?"

    Hanging on the cross … between Heaven and earth … what did Jesus see? He saw two other men … criminals … one to His left and one on His right … being crucified with Him. He saw His Roman executioners gambling over his clothing, indifferent to His suffering. He saw the religious leaders, who more