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  • The Immediate Word

    Dean Feldmeyer
    Thomas Willadsen
    Mary Austin
    Christopher Keating
    George Reed
    Katy Stenta
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  • Emphasis Preaching Journal

    Frank Ramirez
    Out with the old, and in with the new. That’s easily said, but not so easily done. Yet though we think of ourselves as simple people, we can end up with a lot of clutter. Change is necessary, but that’s not always a comfortable transition to make. It’s hard enough to clean out our closets. But how about our spiritual lives? We accumulate a lot of stuff over the years, not all of it helpful.   In...
  • Emphasis Preaching Journal

    Mark Ellingsen
    Frank Ramirez
    Bill Thomas
    1 Samuel 15:34--16:13
    Have you ever been the last chosen? I have. As a youth I was a plump, short girl (much as I am a plump, short woman) and that made me a last pick for some sports teams. I didn’t look like I could play well or with the energy needed to win. However, I played on a championship softball team as a young teen. I was a center fielder and rarely did a fly...
  • StoryShare

    Peter Andrew Smith
    “My parents raised me in the church.” Charlene leaned against the desk in their residence room. “So to answer your question, I guess I’ve always had faith.”

    “Really?” Jody flopped on the bed in the other side of the room. “You can’t ever remember a time when you didn’t believe?”

    Charlene thought for a moment. “I’ve certainly had doubts but those are the things that actually...
  • CSSPlus

    John Jamison
    Object: A packet of mustard seeds, or a packet of the smallest seeds you can find.

    * * *

    Hello, everyone! (Let them respond.) Are you ready for our story today? (Let them respond.) Excellent!

    One day Jesus was talking with his friends and he wanted to tell them something really, really important. So, this is what he told them....
  • SermonStudio

    Carlos Wilton
    Among the greatest political speeches ever written is Abraham Lincoln's Second Inaugural Address. His brief Gettysburg Address is more famous, but those who take the time to read the Second Inaugural Address will come away impressed not only by Lincoln's rhetorical skills, but also with his probing philosophical mind and deep piety.

    Lincoln wrote these words as...
  • SermonStudio

    William J. Carl, III
    I don't know about you but when I was growing up I always loved hearing the story of Cinderella. There was always something magical about it. It was more than Walter Mitty or Lee Iacocca -- small-town boy made good. It was more than Prince Charles and Princess Diana in all their regal splendor long before Diana's untimely death.

    It was like the triumph of the poor and the oppressed...
  • SermonStudio

    Ron Lavin
    The kingdom of God is described in many different ways in the Bible. In Mark 4, the kingdom of God is described in terms of small seeds quietly planted by a farmer. The seeds can grow to great size, like a mustard plant which in ancient Israel became one of the largest of bushes. Small beginnings can have great endings.

    Before looking further at this slow but potentially great...
  • SermonStudio

    Glenn W. Mcdonald
    In his book Making Life Work, Chicago area pastor Bill Hybels cites a study that was published under an intriguing title: 178 Seconds to Live. The study concerned twenty pilots, all seasoned veterans in the cockpits of their small planes, but none of whom had ever taken instrument training. One by one they were placed in a flight simulator and told to do whatever they could to keep their planes...

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