Rev. Douglas W. Holston • Sermon • • 2,566 views
Unless you have been living in some far away place, it is clear that we are living in troubled times. You may not be effected by the mortgage crisis, but you certainly are effected in the areas of credit availability, rising energy costs, rising food prices, rising medical costs, increasing educational…
Miracles: The King Remakes His World
Theme: The Healing at the Pool on the Sabbath. When God is on mission, he is also resting. Grace gives us the mission of doing God’s work with joy. God’s grace thru Jesus Christ is to liberate our hearts, to interact with God, to heal us and others around us.
Robert Holtrop • Sermon • • 13 views
Movie Series – “Ultimate Gift” Matthew 20:1-16 Introduction What impacted you about the movie (explain it) Did it make you feel good Show clip #1 – Start scene 6; stop 23:50 or phrase “You have to work” Work Ethic Mike’s identity was work I was not far behind Conversation this week with Bill Schuiteman…
Robert Cote • Sermon • • 9 views
Healing Grace John 5:1-9 Introduction: The various commentaries on the fourth verse and the dubiousness of it’s validity as a truth. Read the accompanying quotes from Logos Bible software. I. The Superstition of man and his sin has blinded him to his perilous condition. II. The requirements and expectations…
Peter McCreary • Sermon • • 8 views
Based on the Liturgical Calendar, today is the celebration of Pentecost fifty days after the Passover Sabbath. It is that time in our church history when the apostles, in one accord and in one place, were filled with the Holy Spirit and begin to speak with other tongues, as the Spirit gave them utterance.…
Josh Kelley • Sermon • • 2 views
Saved: From Condemnation (Inscription 50) John 3:16-20 May 1, 2011 Prep: · John 3-4 · 034, 036 Intro/Communication card: · Sunday School teachers and helpers For the next three weeks we’ll discover what it means to be saved. We have this flat idea of salvation: Going to Heaven – we treat it as the finish…
Ryan Hogshooter • Sermon • • 1 view
Looking at both the Eunuch's conversion, and Philip's faithful witness, we see both the grace of God in our own lives and the great calling we have as His witness to the lost and dying around us.