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The Fool on the Hill: What the Cross Means to the World

July 26, 2006

Some people are surprised to learn that in the beginning Christianity had no recognized symbol. In the earliest days Christians recognized each other by declaring “Jesus is Lord.” It took several generations for the cross to become the universal symbol of the Christian faith. Perhaps the cross is little more than a symbol to many people. Yet, it is much more than a symbol and has great meaning and significance.

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Martin Luther’s Highway to Heaven

October 20, 2017

We stand with Martin Luther in proclaiming that salvation is by grace alone through faith alone in Christ alone.

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Joy in the Trenches

October 4, 1998

Dr. Ray Pritchard issues a stirring call to live worthy of the gospel. We can make an impact for Christ in our world if we will stand without division, strive without compromise, speak without fear, and sacrifice without shame.

Christmas Sermons

Who’s in Charge Here?

December 25, 2019

We hear so much about fake news that we can’t decide what is real and what isn’t. Who can we trust?

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The Most Important Person in History

December 13, 2018

That’s why Jesus is the most important person in history. No one else could do what he has done.

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’Twas the Night Before Christmas

December 25, 2013

Christ came to die! Nothing else explains his birth.

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Easter Sermons

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Good News from the Graveyard

April 1, 2018

A few days ago I took a walk through Greenwood Cemetery in Dallas. It’s an old graveyard not far from […]

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Last-Second Salvation

May 15, 2014

Part two of a sermon series “The seven last words of Christ”

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The Conquering Christ

April 20, 2014

The devil could not stop him, the cross could not defeat him, the grave could not hold him.

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