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Integrity – Don’t Leave Home Without It

What is the single most important trait of one who desires to truly make a difference in our culture and world today? Some might say intellect. After all, knowledge is power and many believe that the most important thing they can have in addressing the culture is intellect. Still others might say it is insight. That is, good old common sense and the ability to see through issues and use discernment. However, in the long run there's one word which describes the single most important characteristic of one who finishes strongly and makes a lasting difference in the midst of a culture. The word is integrity.

The Handwriting Is on the Wall

The Handwriting is on the Wall (Eighth in a Series) Daniel 5:1-5, 20-28 Throughout human history, public walls have been used to communicate various ideas from political dissent to love messages to purely artistic endeavors. Our own culture has expanded and

The Hope of Human History

The Hope of Human History (Fifth in a Series) Daniel 2:34-35, 44-45 In the words of Daniel, the dream is certain, and its interpretation is sure. (Dan. 2:45) There is coming a day when this stone cut without human hands will smite the statue at its feet, at the time

Seeing the Future

Seeing the Future (Fourth in a Series) Daniel 2:31-43 If you could pick one spot in all the world to go and sit for a few minutes, where would you go? I would not have to give it a second thought. For me it would be the summit of the Mount of Olives. When one sits t

Funeral Sermon: God’s Breath Suffocates Death

As this sermon reminds us, the scriptures are very clear and forceful that in times of crisis, many people feel the absence of God. There is pain, loss, brokenness and death in all of our lives. Yet, even in the context of a funeral, we remember what Ezekiel learned: God's breath suffocates death.