June 16, 2019

A Father’s Day sermon that looks at the attributes of the father of the prodigal son and how they apply to our heavenly Father.

June 9, 2019

Today’s Sermon is from our discipleship series about building God’s house within us, and looks at our need to build a life of worship.

June 2, 2019

In our series on Building God’s house within us, today’s sermon is about how we are to build a grace-filled house.

May 26, 2019

A Memorial Day sermon looking at what martyrdom means, and those characteristics displayed by Stephen, the first Christian martyr, that will help us in our time of need.

May 19, 2019

This sermon is part of our Building God’s House series. It is about our need to build a prayer life.

May 6, 2019

Today’s sermon kicks off a series on messages about the type of house we are to build for the Lord within us.

April 21, 2019

This Easter Sermon looks at Easter, the Resurrection of Jesus Christ, and how Easter or the Resurrection of Jesus Christ is the day the death died.

April 15, 2019

This Sermon looks at the life changing message that Easter, or the Resurrection of Jesus gives, including the empty cross, the empty tomb, and the empty grave clothes.

April 8, 2019

Our Greatest Victory I am old enough to remember the original, “The Absent Minded Professor” with Fred Murray, and how he kept forgetting his wedding day. And while I never met an absent-minded professor, there have been plenty of times in my own life when my mind has been absent, hopefully not where it concerns … Read more

March 31, 2019

The Way of Wisdom With April Fools Day tomorrow, I thought it would be appropriate to speak about the way of wisdom instead of the folly of fools. Life is full of situations where we think we know what to do, only to find out later that we really haven’t clue as to what to … Read more

March 24, 2019

Spiritual First Aid Pain and Suffering Introduction This is probably one of the more difficult sermons or teachings I’ve had to present, because how can I bring comfort and peace to those who are in pain and going through a time of suffering? But then I realized that I can’t, only God can, and so … Read more

March 11, 2019

Living Contently Sadly, I’ve come to realize that contentment is an elusive commodity in today’s society, which is mainly seen in the advertisements we’re bombarded with. They seem to think that it’s their job to make us feel discontented and dissatisfied with our lives unless we buy their products. If I want to stay in … Read more

March 4, 2019

Living Miraculously Let me just begin by saying that we all need a miracle. And that’s because we all have problems, and every miracle starts with a problem. All of us, young and old, sick and not so sick, healthy or not healthy, employed or not employed, persecuted or well liked, we all need a … Read more

February 25, 2019

Living Purposely (Turn to Ecclesiastes 1:2-15) Last week in our “Living as a Christian” series, we looked at “Living Opportunistically” as we seize the opportunities God places in our lives. To follow up on that teaching, today I’d like to look at “Living Purposely,” or better yet, living our lives according to God’s purpose. I … Read more

February 18, 2019

Living Opportunistically (Open your Bibles to 1 Samuel 14) John Wycliffe lived 200 years before the Protestant Reformation, which ushered in a belief system that moved the church away from Roman Catholicism, and towards a belief in God and the Scriptures as the source of divine revelation. Wycliffe, and others like him, seized the opportunities … Read more

February 11, 2019

Living Victoriously While I only watched a little bit of the Super Bowl last Sunday, by all accounts it was more of a defensive game than an offensive one. Now, in the sports world, there is a saying that a good offense begins with a good defense, and it’s defense that wins the game. And … Read more

February 4, 2019

Living Above the Bar At the end of last week’s message on living intentionally knowing that our days are numbered, I ended with a story about a high jumper who finally cleared 6’8” and then related it to our lives and how important it is to identify God’s eternal values and invest our lives in … Read more

January 28, 2019

Living Intentionally As we are entering into a new year, I thought it would be beneficial to look at how we as Christians are to live our lives in this crazy mixed up world. So far we’ve looked at in-between and meanwhile living. Today, I’d like to look at intentional living, which is about our … Read more

January 21, 2019

Living in the Meanwhile We live in world and county filled with unprecedented violence, political upheaval, and uncertainty. These are coupled with an increase in natural disasters, and so we wonder if this is ever going to change, or are we in for more of the same as we approach this next year. Last week … Read more

January 14, 2019

Living in the In-Between Living our lives as a Christian goes something like this. God gives us a vision, plan, purpose and calling for our lives, but He doesn’t give us all the details at the same time. These we receive along the way as we look to Him. And I think God planned it … Read more

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