Category: Sermon Prompts

Jesus’ Moves The Focus from Internal to Global

The church is naturally inward focused, Jesus models how it should look outward.

When Church Traditions Are Dangerous?

You probably know there are jokes about different Christian communions — Baptist jokes, Catholic jokes, and yes even Lutheran jokes. More often than not, they’re told by members of that church body to other members. Lutherans are known for being traditional in its ways of doing things….

Jesus Offers The Bread of Life for Pot-Luck Christians

If you come to seek only food for the here and now, you are missing out something much richer.

Forgiveness: Do You Need A Reboot?

Only Jesus can wipe my slate clean.

Ministry Comes At A High Personal Cost

Living a life worth of your calling.

The Prodigal Son Is A Story of Restoration

Which lost son are you?

Why Grace Is A Complicated Concept?

Grace is an otherworldly concept.

Focus on the Treasure Not the Clay Jar

Are we too focused on the Clay Jars?

This Love Story Is Better Than Any on the Hallmark Channel

We all love a good love story. Here is one for eternity.

In Times of Transition Look Inward, Upward, and Outward

No one likes a crisis. But here are three simple steps to take.

Walking by Faith Missions Church

All things are possible through Jesus Christ!

The INFJ PhD

Valuing quiet and solitude in academe.

Kenn's Komments

...random musings from a random guy...

The Minireads

Book reviews and lessons

Disciple Life - Living the MIRACULOUS life: you can have it too!!!

“I tell you the truth, anyone who believes in me will do the same works I have done, and even greater works, because I am going to be with the Father. You can ask for anything in my name, and I will do it, so that the Son can bring glory to the Father. Yes, ask me for anything in my name, and I will do it!" -John. 14:12-14

Lift Him Up

Debra Pedrow: Christian Author and Blogger

EvrHub

Find Your Number

Running with a Friend

Because we are never alone

Its a Beautiful Life

Annette Leeann Flores

Let There Be Light

Ideas of Light that Penetrate the Ideas of Darkness (To read this blog in context, readers should start at the earliest date of a series)