Preaching Good News.
The Problem of Sin
September 21, 2014 10:06 AM PDT
Sometimes, a delicate subject to discuss in today's society with so many under the impression that there may not actually be a right and a wrong, so never really a sin. And so now God is a liar and the consequence of sin is not real. What a dangerous concept. What a glaring falsehood and claim that means our Savior's death and resurrection was for nothing. Can this be?God Changes People
September 14, 2014 11:22 AM PDT
The phrase elicits a quite fortunate proposition, it is made available for everyone, and God wants everybody to take Him up on it. And God doesn't mean just a little bit, because when you read about the situations God makes change, they are complete, made whole, like they never were before, a change from being damned to hell, to being saved through salvation of His Son, Jesus Christ, to an eternity in Heaven.True Worshipers
September 07, 2014 10:01 AM PDT
True worship acknowledges the object of worship, God, and He has instructed us how to worship Him, with our heart in His Spirit. We must yield to Him in humility to His greatness, a reverence to His power, and not to ourselves, but to Him. True worship in His Spirit.Do You Know God?
August 31, 2014 10:16 AM PDT
A direct question that avoids the semantic exercise of knowing about God or knowing a god, but more specifically, knowing who God is, through His Son, and knowing the Son, through God, and having a Spiritual relationship with both, and knowing what pleases God and what God expects of me. That is knowing God.A Cry of Loneliness
August 24, 2014 03:24 PM PDT
Concluding our 2014 Summer Series this year exploring many topics regarding our crucified and resurrected Savior, Jesus Christ, Brent Missledine has been asked to speak on the topic, "A Cry of Loneliness." Brent brings a thought-provoking vision of the enormity of Christ's mission and the sacrifice He must face with the sins of us all, taken to the cross, alone.Paul's Perseverance
August 24, 2014 09:47 AM PDT
When you come to know the life of the Apostle Paul during his years of evangelism, it is quickly discovered the extremes of persecution and unfortunate situations he endured. To say he 'cheated death' on many occasions is somewhat of an understatement. But as he soon discovered, when he was weakest and most vulnerable, the strength and prowess of God's glory was at its strongest.A Faith Like Peter
August 17, 2014 10:17 AM PDT
Upon examination of the Apostle Peter's life, it would be easy to say that he was just like one of us. A fisherman, a hard worker, a bit boisterous, compulsive, and a fighter. Yet, he walked with our Savior, received His teaching personally, knew who He was, and went through some agonizing time with the Messiah. But his faith had some ups and downs, just like us, but Peter always returned to his Lord. When things went south, he looked to his Savior. Do we?He Is Holy
August 10, 2014 10:11 AM PDT
The tense of the verb in this title is eternally important. As is the acknowledgement by Satan's devils who also understand the holiness of God's Son when they were in His presence. The first step in our move away from our unbelief must be to know the holiness of our Savior so that our belief can begin to flourish through study and prayer, and to live a life in holy respect to our Lord.Who Is He?
August 03, 2014 09:57 AM PDT
More specific, who is He to you? Many of the world have disavowed God's Son as the holy Savior gave His all, a perfect life, for us, in our stead, in our unworthiness. Who is He? He is everything one solitary life could be - for me and for you.Faith: The Race Set Before Us
July 27, 2014 10:00 AM PDT
Sometimes, faith can be a tough nut to crack. The belief in something that you cannot sense or have science explain with facts. But it's faith we must master, a belief that is driven by obedience. An obedience that has actions and good works, works that show we have faith - a faith that works. See the connection? We must have an obedient faith to obtain God's mercy provided through the faithful life of Christ, and in the end, our works will be judged.
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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