Just Breathe

You ever feel like you’re just having one of those crazy days, or maybe even months, where you’re just constantly going, and you’re never stopping. You’re always got meetings, have to get children up to school, going out to get the things for the house. Having to get the house...

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God is For You

Romans 8:31, If God is for us, Who can be against us, we think that there are so many things that are against us in our lives.  We think that because our parent’s got divorced, we will go down that same road.  If our parent’s didn’t get a good education,...

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Making an impact 

I gave a sermon last week based on James 4:14, which talks about not being on this earth for long.  Not knowing how long we will be here.  We can be here today, and gone tomorrow, if we want to make an impact on this earth we need to live...

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Who Do You Say He is

Was he a poet turned Radical politician Trying to start a revolution A preacher on a mission Talking bout fishing In a new kind of kingdom Or a small town wannabe tired Of carpentry Carving out a little fame John or Elijah, teacher Messiah Or just someone trying to Make...

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Let’s Worship, Like No One Cares,

I was speaking, at a church this past Sunday, and two young men, with Down Syndrome came into the service, with big smiles on their faces, raising their hands during the worship service, dancing at the altar, not caring who was listening, or what was going to happen.  Here’s my...

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God Forgives

I made a mistake last night, it wasn’t a big one, but it was enough to have been noticeable, and I felt bad about it, because I knew that I had done something wrong.  As I looked back on it, I knew I shouldn’t have done it, even though I...

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God Still Heals

I have gone through many operations, 68 to be exact, yet every time I walked or wheeled into that operating room, I would get nervous, I was afraid, I had been concerned about what the outcome would be.  I didn’t even know the risks, because I was to young to...

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