The Deity of Christ

"In the beginning was the Word, and the Word was with God, and the Word was God." —John 1:1 I WANT to present to you, as best I may, the grounds upon which Christians receive Jesus Christ as God manifest in ... Continue Reading...

Grappling with God

This sermon calls us to imagine our own funeral and asks the question: How do we want people to remember us? Will people remember how, like Jacob, we grappled with God and would not let go?

Investing In The Lives Of Young Preachers

The great Scottish preacher Peter Marshall once said "It's not the duration of a life that counts but the donation". How thankful Southern Baptist should be for the duration and donation of the life of Adrian Rogers. I had the opportunity to meet him on four different occasion

The Worth of a Man

Daniel 1 The Christian life is like a boat drifting in the sea of this world. It is often difficult to weather the storms. In Daniel 1.1-2, Daniel and his companions are snatched from their home to Babylon, an alien faraway place around the time of 606 BC. The Babylonians...

Relationships: Sixth in a Series on 1 & 2 Timothy

1 Timothy 5:8 And whoever does not provide for relatives, and especially for family members, has denied the faith and is worse than an unbeliever. Paul, under the inspiration of the Holy Spirit, was writing to his apprentice, Timothy, words that spoke to the specific situation in Ephesus.

The Christmas Perspective

What's your Christmas perspective? Is it just a holiday, a day off, a day of giving and receiving gifts? Or is it the celebration of the one who has drastically changed your life and provided eternal life for you? This sermon challenges us by asking, "Does your celebration include acts of gratitude to the one who gave his life for you?"

The Great Communicator, 1911-2004

Only weeks removed from our next national elections, now seems the appropriate time to reflect again upon the recent passing of this generation's most popular President, Ronald Wilson Reagan. Tributes to our fallen President filled the airwaves in the hours following his death. I was especially