Sermons (Page 53)

iCrave: Something to Change Me (Part 2 of 3)

Have you ever wondered why fashion trends change so often? You can finally afford those great pair of jeans everyone is wearing, then the style or color or cut changes. What once gave you satisfaction is less appealing now.  Maybe designers have figured out that people get bored easily without change…or it’s just a way…

iCrave: Something to Sustain Me (Part 1 of 3)

Some people crave sweets. Nutritionists say that this kind of craving may be the result of a deficiency in certain essential minerals in the body. After vigorous exercise, the body typically craves sodium because of the amount lost during sweating.  In general terms, the human body can only survive two to three days without water. A craving…

World Changers – Community

Today people ‘hang out,’ ‘hook up,’ and ‘chill,’ together. This could refer to anything from socializing and meeting friends at a mall, to dating, or more fleeting and self-serving encounters. In some circles, people ‘get together for afternoon tea’ or ‘grab a coffee’ after the gym.  Or you might connect on Facebook or keep your…

Thanksgiving Celebration

If you have ever been in charge of cooking a traditional Thanksgiving Day meal for a large number of people, you have probably fretted over the provisions: Is the turkey big enough? Will it turn out right and be ready when the guests arrive? Will there be enough stuffing and cranberry sauce for everyone at…

World Changers: Family Matters

It’s often interesting to read the stories of people’s lives, especially those who have made a name for themselves because of an achievement or special skill. You might even find yourself wishing you could be like them or have their fame. But too often you learn that their childhood was nothing to be envied –…

World Changers: Transformational Word

Are words important? The Bible says in Proverbs 18:21 that the power of life and death are in the tongue.  That means that each time we speak words, we are speaking either life or death to those who hear us and to ourselves.  Our words give expression to what we want, think, and feel. Some…