Archive for September, 2011

Who God says we are

September 30th, 2011

This weekend I will be looking at who the Bible says we are. It is a subject that as Christians we need to be reminded of every so often. For many of us we hold a picture of ourselves that has been generated by what others have said about us over the years. It might […]

Where has modesty gone?

September 28th, 2011

My wife, kids and I really enjoy watching tv shows like Xfactor. We enjoy seeing the new talent that seems to come out each year and the amazing voices. One thing I don’t like is the way the girls are dressing on the show. Both the backup dancers and the contestants. I am wondering why […]

Sermon themes

September 27th, 2011

As I was praying this morning I started to think about the sermons I had brought in our first few months as a new fellowship. I found there were three broad themes. 1. True discipleship – we looked at being a living sacrifice and a true follower and disciple of Jesus. How we become a […]

My sermon preparation

September 23rd, 2011

One of the ways I prepare my sermons is to copy and paste the text from my Bible software into a Word document and then print it out. From there I get a red pen and circle sections and write comments or thoughts that come to mind on the paper. During this process I prayerfully […]

Be still

September 21st, 2011

I am thinking about and meditating on the first part of Psalm 46:10 today. It says, “Be still and know that I am God”. It is a great verse that calls us to stop and focus on God and who He is. It is especially good when you read it as part of the whole […]