Sermons

Finding Peace in Unemployment

Finding Peace in Unemployment The world is going through some tough, economic times. In North America, we feel the pinches of poverty more keenly as we have grown accustomed to affluent lifestyles. We know about “the poor” but we don’t…

Work Out Your Salvation

G Campbell Morgan once said; “ We ought never in our gospel preaching to offer men peace. We ought never in our gospel preaching to offer men repose from their conscience.” In that spirit, that is the intent of today’s…

The Big Show: Father’s Day

I am slated to give the sermon this Sunday at the church I attend. And it is on Father’s Day. A day that men will be either staying at home to watch sports or attending church with their families, even…

Neither Do I Condemn You.

The story of the adulterous woman in John 7:53–8:11 raises important questions: How were the Scriptures preserved centuries before the printing press? Is the text we have original? Is the account even true? While most evangelical scholars agree that the…

The scariest verse

The Bible is scary. Heck, let’s be honest, God is pretty scary. Before I accepted Christ, I saw God as this mean old guy shooting lightning bolts, smiting here, smiting there. I saw Jesus as this wimpy kind of guy,…

Jesus wept.

Today we are going to talk about the three shortest verses in the bible, but this does not mean today’s sermon will be short! It’s quite the opposite because the bible, more that any other written word in the world,…