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My last Chisholm Trail Sermon outline

I am preaching Sunday for the last time here at Chisholm Trail before I head across country to begin my new ministry work with the Northeast church family. We have just started a new series of classes and sermons on … Continue reading

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My sermon outline for my graduates this year!

“SOAR” Isa. 40:27-31 Opening: Congratulations to the class of 2012 How does a text about a people in Babylonian captivity fit in with our graduate this morning? Historical Setting: Captives (exile)in Babylon feeling disregarded and in despair Life hadn’t taken the … Continue reading

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An idea for an upcoming sermon outline/series

As the Youth and Family Minister I get the opportunity to preach as needed, and am part of a preaching rotation team at our congregation’s care ministries facility. I am looking at potentially preaching April Fool’s Day, here is my working outline. … Continue reading

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Genesis 1-2: some thoughts to guide our thinking

Our congregation has begun an undertaking to read  the book of Genesis together as families. My daughters are pumped about this time each night. They grasp more of the story than I realize. I written a little in my last … Continue reading

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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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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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Sermon outline from 2 Samuel 11-12, a part of an assignment I have to submit with a research paper over the same text.

Sermon Outline: 2 Samuel 11-12 Objective: What does it mean to be the Lord’s servant? Does faithfulness include temporary spiritual amnesia? David has more in common with the Ammonites in 2 Samuel 11, than he does with Israel. Through the … Continue reading

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Sermon Outline from Deut. 6:4-25 & Thoughts on Parenting Beyond Your Capacity

I get to share with the congregation Sunday. I have recently finished reading Reggie Joiner and Carey Nieuwhof’s new book, Parenting Beyond Your Capacity. Let me say, it is one of the best books on parenting that I have come … Continue reading

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Sermon outline for Sunday, August 15, 2010

I have had the opportunity to work into the preaching rotation at CTCOC, and I enjoy the opportunity, and challenge of sharing from the Word of God with the church any time! We have, as a congregation, been considering the … Continue reading

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Sermon Outline—Leadership Lessons from Nehemiah “Fighting For Your Family”

Sunday, July 18, 2010 – Nehemiah 4:13-15 Families are important* Relationships are key Parents/grandparents your job is  not done Students: you need your parents Nehemiah 4:13-15 makes what’s at stake urgent and personal Exposed places – where are they in … Continue reading

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