“That Old-Time Religion” Text: Hebrews 11:8, 24-7; 12:1-2

Summer brings a host of family reunions and other gatherings. Many churches have "Homecomings," during which they talk about and remember the "good old days." More than once the phrase "that old-time religion" is passed around. What most folks actually have in mind is the faith of their parents.

Christmas: Keep Christmas Going

"Wouldn't it be wonderful if we could keep the special sense of Christmas joy all the year long?" We can, this Christmas sermon insists, if we take to heart Pauls' teaching about life in the body of Christ from Colossians 3.

Evangelism: Where Does Being Born Again Lead?

Millions of people hesitate on the brink of being born again because of their fear of where it will lead them. Implicit to Saul of Tarsus being born again as Paul the Apostle was his surrender to the will of God. This is an inescapable sequel to everyone who comes to Christ for salvation. Paul defined the doings of a born-again believer as a life of "understanding what the will of the Lord is" (Eph. 5:17) and then doing it.