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Sermons by Book of the Bible
Fourth Sunday in Lent: Finally Home
March 10, 2013; Joshua 5:9-12 -- The idea of home provides comfort and respite. The children of Israel longed for home, just as today's believers long for their heavenly home.
Preaching Zones of Turbulence
Preachers might think they could deliver a better quality sermon were it not for their congregations, but be encouraged to speak into the lives and problems of your listeners.
Sermon: The Good News of the Incarnation
The work of salvation already has been completed on the cross where Jesus died. To be saved and enter eternal life, all one has to do is receive the gift that was given on the very first Christmas.
Terrorists, Tragedies and Trusting in Christ: A Look at Two Towers
Christians typically respond to tragedy in one of two ways: Either they see them as God's judgment and punishment, or they rush to deliver aid to hurting people. Is there another response to tragedy that we should express in times of destruction, loss and devestation?
Preaching and Pornography
Images have a strong impact on us and are not easily or quickly forgotten, making the damage done by pornography toxic to our souls and relationships.
Work/Labor: The Blessing of Vocation (Genesis 2:15-17)
What are the implications of our vocation being a gift from God?
Vision for Tough Times
The preacher or pastor is instrumental in casting the larger vision for the church or organization he or she leads.
What do you do when your fears seem to be winning the day? What if you pray and God still hasn't come through for you? If you are like most people, you begin to lose hope, and you wonder why you bothered to pray in the first place.
In the World
What does it mean to be in the world but not of it; and if we were placed in the world, why are we supposed to be set apart from it?