Preaching Good News.
I Thanks God for You From the First Day
November 08, 2015 09:46 AM PST
An important practice of the Christian is to always be thankful. This brings a piety of love and sincerity towards one another and telling them of your thankfulness. Thankfulness must be shown and told to others before it actually exists. Paul's life demonstrates this lesson in always telling others of his thankfulness of them.The God of 2nd Chances
November 01, 2015 09:57 AM PST
The Bible records many stories of God's nature where He gives the opportunity to try again, a second chance, a do over, where one can repent, be forgiven, and allowed to be obedient to God's command once more. We have all done wrong, and God is willing that ALL will come to repentance.The Power of His Resurrection
October 25, 2015 09:50 AM PDT
We serve a risen Savior. There is a victory over sin and over death. We can be a part of that victory. There is power in that sacrifice and God is the source of that resurrection.True Worship
October 18, 2015 10:02 AM PDT
We are commanded to worship. We are told how to worship. And yes, we are commanded Who to worship. If you claim to have faith, you must be obedient to this, and to "worship Him in spirit, and in truth."There's a Great Day Coming
October 11, 2015 10:23 AM PDT
God has promised an end to this life, and afterwards, a judgment for all who have ever lived on this Earth. It's a great day for those who receive the great reward, salvation, eternal life. There is also a great punishment for those who are outside of God's grace, outside of salvation, and go on to eternal punishment. That decision is yours, and it's a great decision to make.The God Who Saves
October 04, 2015 09:39 AM PDT
The only God and the only path to salvation through His Son, is the God who saves. There is one teaching, there is one baptism, there is one faith, the faith of Jesus, the sacrifice that saves, and it's only found in the God who saves, the God who wants all to come to repentance and be saved.The Only Life Worth Living
September 27, 2015 10:01 AM PDT
In our judgment of the value of life, the only conclusion to reach is that it is precious and inconceivable in value. In that wisdom, can we assign a virtue that it last for an eternity? A life in Christ brings that promise, a life worth living that never ends.Can You See Jesus, My Lord?
September 20, 2015 09:53 AM PDT
As more than just lyrics of a touching song or a rhetorical question, it actually provides the answer to a great number of problems. Jesus is the Savior who provides the promise to the greatest concern of man. If your concerns are only of this world, you may not see Jesus. But if you have eternal concerns, you need to see Jesus.How to Win Over Worry
September 13, 2015 02:59 PM PDT
One might turn to some wise and sage advice for this and find the same recommendation from scripture, also. What do you spend your time thinking about? Simple question. Do you worry yourself over matters that you cannot change, or can you spend your time with issues concerning righteousness and purity of faith in God? An exercise of love for others would do wonders for all of us.Are You Ready?
September 06, 2015 09:48 AM PDT
This may be an uncertain question for a lot of reasons and shares a list of answers with many a doubt. One thing is certain, we live a life we will answer for and we always live under judgment for it. On that day, we are accountable, no second chance, no wishing for another try because all will be certain and final. Are you ready for that?
I am the regular preacher for the College Avenue Church of Christ in Enterprise, Alabama. I am also a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist in the state of Alabama. I am a Red Cross Disaster Mental Health Volunteer. I serve as The Chaplain for the Enterprise Police and Fire Departments. I have been serving as Camp Director at Wiregrass Christian Youth Camp for many years. I enjoy preaching and conducting Marriage and Family seminars as the opportunities present themselves. I have been honored to be invited to speak on a number of lecture programs, as well. You can find older sermons in the archive link below the calendar.
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