Category: Sermons

The Long Game

Let me share with you the true story of a guy named Sampson. Sampson wanted to be the “Clinton of Illinois” and set his sights on winning a Senate seat.  No one thought him a likely candidate.  But he had a lot of determination. …

Plus It!

Lou Green isn’t a household name, but his creation is. Back in 1962, Lou was the owner of a little fast food place in Cincinnati, Ohio and he was struggling with sales every Friday.  Business got to be so bad that he was making…

Pinky and the Brain Join the Church

The Brain and the church have a common goal. We are both trying to take over the world. Pinky and the Brain was an animated television show back in 1995 and it featured two laboratory mice who cook up a new scheme every episode…

Thirty Good Years

Being successful in the world takes one key ingredient. Talent?  Yes, talent helps, but talent alone will get you only so far.  We all know of talented people who don’t end up being successful.  So is it status, money, luck, opportunity?  Well, all those…

How to Love Your Neighbor

Chai gave this touching and insightful sermon on the weekend of Martin Luther King Day and challenged us to love our neighbor and gave us three solid ways to do that. Luke 10: 25-37 The Parable of the Good Samaritan 25 Just then a lawyer…

The Key to Happiness

The Key to Happiness

Mustard Seeds

Faith the size of a mustard seed can move mountains…