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Choose Life!

Whoever occupies the Oval Office for the next four years will make decisions that will guide our nation far into the future. Which way will we go? How should we make up our minds? This sermon argues that we should “choose life” by taking our Christian convictions with us into the voting booth.

Text: Deuteronomy 30:19-20
Sermon Series: Election Day Special Sermon
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Jesus Christ and Him Crucified

“I resolved to know nothing while I was with you except Jesus Christ and him crucified” (v. 2). We have […]

Text: 1 Corinthians 2:1-5
Sermon Series: Standalone Messages
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Trouble in the Church!

Greet one another with a holy kiss … but don’t go kissing everyone. That will serve as a useful summary […]

Text: Romans 16:17-20
Sermon Series: The Transformed Life (Romans 12-16)
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What is a Christian?

A friend sent me an email telling about a question posed to her by a co-worker. Here is the exact […]

Text: 1 Thessalonians 1:4-10
Sermon Series: Living in the Last Days (1 Thessalonians)
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Where Are the Nine?

Take time to say “Thank you, O Lord!” as you count your blessings this week.

Text: Luke 17:11-19
Sermon Series: Christian Giving
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How to Kill a New Christian – Part 2

Christians have always disagreed – a lot! And it’s not a bad thing. But there is always a danger that our own personal preferences will grow so important that we no longer accept our brothers and sisters in the Lord who disagree with us. The great unifying factor for the people of God is the Lord Jesus Christ. He has broken down the wall that separated us from God and from one another. In Him we are joined together in the body of Christ. If we truly believe in Him, we can let Him deal with those who disagree with us. In the meantime, don’t forget to treat those who disagree as brothers and sisters in the Lord.

Text: Romans 14:1-12
Sermon Series: The Transformed Life (Romans 12-16)
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Blueprint for a Healthy Church

What makes a great church? We hear that expression often–”a great church”–but no one knows exactly what it means. How do you know when a church has truly become “great?” To begin with, humility, participation, cooperation and the exercise of the spiritual gifts are signs of a church that is healthy and on track.

Text: Romans 12:3-8
Sermon Series: The Transformed Life (Romans 12-16)
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Lessons Learned Along the Way

Shortly before Christmas Dr. David Olford called and asked if I would consider speaking in early January at an evening […]

Sermon Series: Standalone Messages
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Who Do Men Say That I Am?

If you ever travel to the Holy Land, one of the places you may visit is an Arab town called […]

Text: Matthew 16:13-17
Sermon Series: Standalone Messages
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God’s Mountain Man

It’s time to pray, “Lord do things I’m not used to.”

Text: 1 Kings 17:1

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