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  • Holding The Ropes For The Next Generation

    Contributed by William Morris on Jan 27, 2003
    based on 63 ratings

    Message for senior Adult Day

  • Something That Never Changes

    Contributed by Shawn Drake on May 1, 2002
    based on 38 ratings

    This is a sermon for Senior Adult Day. Although this sermon is for all ages concerning the choosing of life or death, it is "geered" towards the Senior Adults.

    Sunday Morning May 5, 2002 Bel Aire Baptist Church Series: Senior Adult Day SOMETHING THAT NEVER CHANGES Deuteronomy 30:11-20 Introduction: 1. Senior Adults do you remember when? Ø The doctor made house visits. Ø Families went to church together. Ø Children showed respect to more

  • Profile Of A Prime-Timer

    Contributed by Charles Clary on Jul 3, 2003
    based on 50 ratings

    This is a message to Senior Adults using the Old Testament story of Barzillai as a backdrop.

    In the book, “Chicken Soup for the Golden Soul,” Nardi Campion says, “ We true prime-timers were here before the pill, the population explosion and disposable diapers. We were here before ‘senior citizens.’ We were here before Ann Landers, Grandma Moses and the Kinsey Report. We were here more

  • Everything Is Failing, But Nothing Has Failed

    Contributed by Joseph Smith on May 7, 2001
    based on 84 ratings

    Sermon for Senior Adult Sunday; Joshua’s "retirement speech" identifies his sense of God’s promises kept and focuses on claiming the future for the next generation.

    Are you a little tired of all the pious platitudes about failure? You know, the folks who tell you that failure is a good thing because you will grow from failure and you will be a better person? I am a little tired of that. I do not want to grow from failure. I want to be a success. I do not more

  • An End To Childish Ways Series

    Contributed by Joseph Smith on May 5, 2003
    based on 111 ratings

    (For Senior Adult Sunday) Children ask for things for themselves, think in limited terms, and believe they can escape responsbility. Mature people think in terms of love.

  • God Operates Value Village, Not The Landfill

    Contributed by Joseph Smith on Jun 7, 2009
    based on 23 ratings

    For Senior Adult Sunday: There are legitimate concerns about aging; but there are also those who would prey on the elderly. God is our ultimate refuge and the protector of those who are to be valued, not thrown away.

  • Striving For Church Health - Healthy Senior Women Series

    Contributed by Joey Nelson on Jul 8, 2002
    based on 56 ratings

    God desires that you and I come into our older age with grace and dignity while at the same time being useful in the local church. In His Word, God gives us instruction as to how senior adult women are to be useful in the local church.

    INTRODUCTION Opening Statement: There’s a new age coming – a new age wave. It is going to hit the 21st century church like a Pacific tsunami. There are now more people over age 65 than under 18. We would be wise to look at the fact that Apostle Paul recognized the value and usefulness of senior more

  • The Best Is Yet To Be

    Contributed by Joseph Smith on Mar 21, 2010
    based on 30 ratings

    Senior Adult Sunday 1989: God wants to bless us in our senior years and to give us "laughter". He can work through our mistakes and even make those into blessings. From crosses He makes resurrections.

  • Temptations Senior Citizens Face Series

    Contributed by Michael Luke on Jun 27, 2006
    based on 105 ratings

    Temptations common to senior citizens

    (adapted from a messages by Mark Jones, Bob Russell, and Dan Webb) SERIES: “FATAL TEMPTATIONS” TEXT: JAMES 1:14-15; JOSHUA 14:6-14 TITLE: “TEMPTATIONS SENIOR CITIZENS FACE” INTRODUCTION: A. You Know You’re Getting Old When… 1. You and your more

  • The Road To Heart Burn Series

    Contributed by Ray Scott on May 2, 2003
    based on 34 ratings

    The disciples on the Road to Emmaus experienced their heart burning within them ... they experienced the resurrected Lord!

    “The Road To Heart Burn” (The Road To Emmaus – Luke 24:13-35) INTRODUCTION: Luke Chapter 24 – all turn Today is “Senior Adult Sunday”! Senior Adults have traveled down a long road … some for 60 – 70 – 80 years. They have had a lot of adventures along the way … experienced a great many more

  • Is Fulfilling Series

    Contributed by Shawn Drake on Dec 7, 2006

    This is the 3rd sermon in the series "A Growing Church..."

    Series: A Growing Church... [#3](Senior Adult Day) IS FULFILLING Psalm 92:12-15 Introduction: A great problem within the Church of the 21st century is we have become so focused on fulfilling everyone’s wants and wishes that we forgot Who we are to please. What are we supposed to be more

  • When The Honeymoon Ends Series

    Contributed by Tim Patrick on Jan 30, 2007
    based on 16 ratings

    This sermon examines believers and churches that move away from their first love (honeymoon love).

    When my wife and I first married I received a rebuke from one of our senior adult members. I jokingly stated that we were still on our honeymoon. The way I expressed myself made it sound as if the honeymoon was coming to an end. This senior adult lady informed me that "the honeymoon should never more

  • The Golden Years

    Contributed by Jerry Flury on Jul 20, 2004
    based on 37 ratings

    Is it right or wrong for one to plan and save for the future? What should our attitude be toward our golden years? What does God expect? The account of the prosperous farmer in Luke provides us some valuable lessons.

    THE GOLDEN YEARS LUKE 12:15-21 Introduction: Is it right or wrong for one to plan and save for the future? What should our attitude be toward our golden years? What does God expect? The account of the prosperous farmer in Luke provides us some valuable lessons. Let us examine the rich man’s more

  • My Church Family

    Contributed by Tim Patrick on Nov 5, 2008
    based on 2 ratings

    In this sermon you will see the benefits of involvement in a church family

    In I Corinthians 12 Paul compares the church to a body. I want to use the body as a teaching point to teach the benefits of a church family. 1. My church family provides a team to work with. A Christian is not a lone ranger. We need a team to support us. A team is a unit working together. Paul more

  • A Godly Stabilizer

    Contributed by Tim Patrick on Jun 23, 2008
    based on 4 ratings

    In this sermon you will see how a person can be a stabilizer at church, at work, and through-out the world, for God.

    Today we honor our senior adults. If I were to pick one word that describes senior adults it would be the word stable. Senior adults give stability to our church, our community, and our country. They are effective stabilizers. Do you know the definition of a stabilizer? The dictionary defines a more