(This sermon was given by Bob Boerman, Pastor of Family Ministries.) It was Aesop in 550 BC, who said, “We […]
Text: Psalm 2:10-12Sermon Series: Election Day Special Sermon
“Every experience God gives us, every person he puts in our lives, is the perfect preparation for the future that […]
Text: Psalm 100:5Sermon Series: The God You Can Trust
What a difference a day makes. Tuesday morning dawned bright and clear and peaceful in Littleton, Colorado. At Columbine High […]
Text: Psalm 127-128Sermon Series: Heaven Help The Home
“Give thanks to the Lord, for He is good.” 1 Chronicles 16:34a “The Lord is good to all; he has […]
Text: Psalm 107:1Sermon Series: Our Awesome God
The scene: A young boy and his mother are having a serious discussion over lunch one day. “Where is God?” […]
Text: Psalm 139:7-12Sermon Series: Our Awesome God
“If the Lord be with us, we have no cause of fear. His eye is upon us, His arm over […]
Text: Psalm 145:4-5Sermon Series: Our Awesome God
Our only reliable source of information regarding the spirit world is the Bible. Outside of the Bible, we have no sure knowledge of angels or demons. That must be the touchstone of truth for the Christian. But that fact shouldn’t discourage you since the Bible has a great deal to say about angels and demons. In fact they are mentioned in 34 different books of the Bible in over 300 different places.
Text: VariousSermon Series: Why I Believe
We ought to be people of unquestioned integrity. We ought to be people of honesty, truthfulness, dependability, people of truly pure motives. That means telling the truth even when it hurts. That means keeping your promises when you’d rather not. That means confronting problems when it would be easier to walk away. That means forgiving others when you’d rather hold a grudge.
Text: VariousSermon Series: Street Smarts
The 1994 Sate of the Church Address to Calvary Memorial Church. The Bible reminds us that everything we have has been given us by God as a gift of his grace. From the very beginning our founders understood that “unless the Lord builds the house, they labor in vain who build it.” (Psalm 127:1) They knew that the Lord Jesus is the Head of the church, and that any growth, any blessing, any advance in holiness, any expansion of our ministry must ultimately come from him.
Text: Psalm 127:1Sermon Series: State of the Church Sermons
On a sweltering August day in 1963, a quarter-million people gathered in Washington, D.C. for the largest civil rights demonstration […]
Text: Psalm 139:23-24; 2 Corinthians 5:17Sermon Series: Critical Issues