Rev. Bruce Goettsche • Union Church of La Harpe Illinois • Sermon • • 5,226 views
I suspect that over the course of your like you have had one or two “aha” moments. It may have been in response to something you heard, something you read, or something you saw. It would have been a time when you gained a new insight or a new clarity that became like a missing piece of a puzzle. It may…
Best Summer Ever
In the course of our lives, we will be hurt. The world is filled with broken relationships. People offend and are offended so easily. You will get hurt in life. Maybe you have been hurt by what people said about you… by what someone thought about you… You may have been hurt by what people have done to…
Flanvis Johnson, Jr. • Sermon • • 115 views
Christmas: Comfort For The Comfortless 2 Matthew 2:1-18 Christmas is about the comfort of God that is revealed in the birth of Jesus Christ. Yet, there are many people, particularly in this country and particularly at Christmas time who don’t feel that there is any comfort for them. They are without…
Flanvis Johnson, Jr. • Sermon • • 70 views
Christmas: Comfort For The Comfortless 1 Matthew 2:1-18 Christmas should be a time of great comfort, because we are celebrating the birth of the Comforter, Himself, Jesus Christ. Now some of you are confused, because the name “Comforter” is normally used to refer to the Holy Spirit. But, in the Gospel…
Fixer Uppers: Letting Jesus Renovate Your Life
Welcome to our first week of Fixer-Uppers: a teaching series focusing on allowing Jesus to renovate our lives. Happy Mother's Day.
A volunteer fire department was fighting the blaze engulfing Julia Campbell’s cousin’s barn. As he watched, he dialed his insurance company on his mobile phone, but there was no answer. In frustration he asked out loud, “How come my agent is never there when I need him?” At that moment, one of the firefighters…
Values to Live By
Intro: Values to live by… Last time… Giving Respect I have had to read obituaries and introduce people at places and mispronounced their names from time to time… to make it worse, we often try to correct what we did and often we make it worse. Has anyone besides me ever tried to make something wrong…
Attributes of Love
The Christian may not be able to forget some wrongdoings, but how is he supposed to act when he remembers those wrongdoings that have been repented of?
Walter Read • Sermon • • 24 views
07/21/2009 The Father Image Knox 16 PC 691/746/651 Psalm 23 Isaiah 40:9-11 Romans 8:28-33 Matthew 6:5-15 OOPS! Most homes nowadays seem to be on three shifts. Father is on the night shift; mother is on the day shift, and the children shift for themselves. One percent of the child’s time is spent under…
Introduction FIRST Explain communion. Have you ever needed comfort? I think we all have. I can remember several times as a young child, waking up after a nightmare. I would walk into my parents room and just lay down on the floor. I wouldn’t wake them, I didn’t need to. Just knowing they were there was…
Dressed for Battle
Simon Chaffer shares with Runnymede Christian Fellowship, Egham, Surrey in the series on Battle Ready - on the Power of Forgiveness
Well, as we saw last week, thanks to our mobile phone software we now have literally thousands of emojis to choose from to express our emotions. This week as we think about friendships, we have FB CEO Mark Zuckerberg to thank for resolving our friendship crisis! Now anyone in the world can join FB and…
The Good Life
Are your prayers in a rut? Here are 5 game-changing principles taken from the Lord's Prayer in this week's Core 52 lesson on The Good Life.
2 Corinthians 2 Good morning church! I want to welcome you here this morning. There is so much going on around the world, and we have a short chapter this morning so I was tempted to take some time and update you on some projects going on in Ukraine, operation Exodus that is being conducted through Calvary…