Sermons on Peace

The Skeptic (6 of 7)

John 20:24-28 Introduction: Welcome back, everybody. Special shout out: Chapel Hill campus. Explain multi-­-site Pray...

After All I’ve Been Through I Still Have Joy

As you may know, Cleveland, Ohio, is the home of the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. That's because back in the 1950s, there was a disc jockey by the name of Alan Freed who worked for an AM radio station in Cleveland. He began referring to the music of Little Richard, Chuck Berry and Elvis Presley as "rock 'n' roll music." Even though the inductions into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame take place in New York City, the origin of the term rock 'n' roll music began in Cleveland.

More Tomorrow

Immediately after World War II the allied armies gathered up many hungry, homeless children and placed them in large camps.

The Promise of Peace on Earth

What did the angels mean when they spoke of "peace on earth?" In this Christmas sermon, Rev. McMickle shares three characteristics of peace: that it can only come from God, that it cannot be experienced by a single person or by a certain group of persons if, at the same time, it is being denied or withheld from others, and that it must begin with me!

Is There Hope for World Peace

Matthew 24:3-13, Revelation 21:1-7   I received an interesting Christmas card from a dear friend, a retired Air Force General. On the front was a white dove with an olive branch in its beak, hovering above the world. Inside the card were these words: "Peace on earth." Beside t