Most people have something they want to do different each New Year: Lose weight. Be more patient with people. Spend money better. Spend less time at work. Etc. The problem is seldom do these “resolutions” get met. We may start out strong but then life happens and we get discouraged and quit. Well, God wants […]
Every Christmas, Christians around the world celebrate the miracle of Christ’s birth. But have you ever stopped to consider why Christ had to be born? This sermon series will address eight reasons found in the book of Hebrews for why Christ had to become a man and will challenge us to think beyond our traditions […]
We are celebrating the works of God and giving thanks for all o His blessings
Mr. Rogers taught us the value of being a good neighbor; a good friend. As a Presbyterian minister, much of what he taught was also represented in Scripture. Today we’re going to reverse engineer some of his lessons and learn how Proverbs speaks to the foundational truth behind the question: “Won’t you be my neighbor?”
Most of us dread getting older, though I believe the alternative is worse. In today’s sermon we are going to learn the biblical value of the aged as well as how the younger and the older should relate to each other.
“Sticks & stones may break my bones but words will never hurt me.” Can a phrase be more wrong? Today in Proverbs we are going to learn just how damaging our words can be and we’ll be challenged to use our words in a God-honoring way.
CAUTION – Sermon contains adult themes. Parents are suggested to review before allowing younger individuals to watch. As we’ve already discussed, Proverbs deals with some tough topics. Sexual sin is one of those topics. Today we will be looking to Proverbs, and other passages, and be challenged to “flee from sexual immorality.”
Sometimes, things just need to be said. Within the collections of sayings from Solomon that partially makes up the book of Proverbs, we find many times where Solomon said things that needed be said. Today we’re going to consider seven things that God finds despicable which all of us need to make sure are not […]
Parents warn their children about the company they keep. Today, we’re going to learn that Proverbs does as well. This sermon is applicable to both children and adults as we study the wisdom recorded in the Bible about choosing good friends.
The issue of discipline is one very few of us want to talk about and when we do, opinions and personal preferences take over. Today’s sermon will examine the topic of discipline as recorded in the Bible and will teach us skills we can use when it comes to discipline in our own home.