Monthly Archives: December 2011

Sermon Outline for Christmas Sunday: The Jesus Story: The Gift That Keeps Giving (Col. 1:1-6)

Grace and peace to you from God our Father (Col 1:2) Grace – the free gift of God Peace – Shalom, wholeness and holiness (Luke 2:14) Between God and man, and man with man Faith and love spring from hope … Continue reading

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If God did, He still can and does

If God could create the heavens and the earth, and all that goes with it, if God could cause a worldwide flood, and send ten plagues on Egypt, part the Red Sea, care for Israel for 40 years in the … Continue reading

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The true Spirit of Christmas…

Saturday my daughter’s and I along with some other good people we worship with and serve at Chisholm Trail church of Christ delivered food baskets to some folks in our community. I wanted my girls to be a part of … Continue reading

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…See the animals and pet baby Jesus…?

Last night, about 60 of my teens and adults caravan -ed to Chickasha, Oklahoma to attend a youth rally and then go see the Chickasha Christmas lights. We were late getting to the church building, had more kids arrive than I was … Continue reading

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Sermon Outline: Mark 5:21-43

“Double Faith Cheeseburger” I. The Background: A. Mark 5:21-43 is an example of literary technique called “doubling” B. The larger context: Mark 4:35-5:43 – Jesus’s power is on dramatic display C. The sandwich features: A –5:21-23; B – 5:24-34; A’ … Continue reading

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