AA-THESE ARE MY PEOPLE
In this series, Dr. Mercury Thomas-Ha explores the launch, dilemma, and indelible impression of the Trans-Atlantic African Slave Trade on a people. As a result of its historic, physical, and continued psychological impact on Black Americans, the resounding cry reverberates in time, "Let My People Go".
Bumper Sticker Theology
Rev. Brian Weinberger • Sermon • • 6 views
Today we will spend our time talking about the phrase, “let go, let God.” When looking at this phrase I honestly believe the key is to finding a healthy middle ground. I have heard this phrase many times in my life and it was actually a very prominent one that I remember during my college years. I very…
I invite you to turn to the first from Ezekiel 36 , beginning at verse 23, which is our text this evening. Ezekiel was a prophet who lived among the exiled people of God, more than five-hundred years before the coming of Christ. The people had sinned greatly against God. As a result God allowed them…
The Gospel According to Isaiah
In the first half of his book, Isaiah had warned Judah that they would suffer captivity in Babylon as God's discipline. Now, he reminds them that this discipline is only temporary, eventually the captors will themselves become captives. This dynamic is true to the present day. All empires and cultures rise and fall, our responsibility is to live among them without becoming part of them. An expository sermon from Isa. 47:1-15. Sermon begins at about 16:20.
Frank Walker • Sermon • • 282 views
For the next few weeks, I’ve decided to make a quick study of the book of Nehemiah. Nehemiah is a book about building. It therefore teaches us how to serve God. However, before we begin Nehemiah, it would probably be a good idea to review Old Testament history so that we can understand exactly where…
Jonathan Hayashi • Sermon • • 75 views
Working With the Vision Jeremiah 29:4-14 October 12, 2008 There is a music group called “The Bare Naked Ladies”. A few years back they wrote a song called, “If I had a Million Dollars.” It is a rather humorous song detailing what this group would buy for example: If I had a million dollars: We wouldn't…