Full-length sermons on a variety of Bible topics complete with Scripture references, PowerPoint, student worksheets and transcripts.
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This lesson looks at the dangers of materialism and the need to establish spiritual priorities in order to guard against the influence of the world. (Luke 12:16-21;15:11-24;16:3)
In this lesson, Mike describes the relationships between three Mary's and how they ended up at the cross of Christ. (John 19:23-25)
In this sermon, Mike enumerates and explains the benefits that believers receive and experience as 'saved' people. (Romans 5:1-11)
Still Sinful, Still Saved
Every Christian struggles with sin even though God has redeemed us from the sin that we struggle with. Paul the Apostle explains this seeming paradox in these two chapters of Romans. (Romans 6-7)
Preparing the minds and hearts of Christians for the materialism, confusion, and conflict that often arises at a time when there should be peace, joy and love in the world.
This lesson looks at the relationship between the national holiday of "Thanksgiving" and the ongoing gratitude that all Christians have which nourishes their faith.
Mike reviews the reasons why the Churches of Christ do not use instruments of music in the public worship services.
In Romans chapters 7 and 8 the Apostle Paul zeros in on one of the most perplexing questions concerning our experience with sin - are we slaves of it or are we free from it? Understanding the answer to this question usually dictates the quality of life we have as Christians. (Romans 7-8)
Mike reviews the three main reasons why the trend towards gross material in media and society in general will never win out over what is godly.
This sermon looks at the very real reasons why everyone, even the very good, suffers and what is ultimately gained by experiences of sorrow and pain.
In this sermon Mike explores the types of feelings experienced when one is in a personal and intimate relationship with God. (Psalms 5:1-12)
In this sermon Mike reviews the broader implications of stewardship beyond the simple giving of money. (Matthew 25:14-30)
This lesson explores the motivation that creates a heart tuned to worship and praise. (Ephesians 5:15-20)
This lesson explores the series of decisions and weaknesses that led one of Jesus' chosen Apostles to commit history's most treacherous act.
The 'student-friendly' testing methods of today don't adequately prepare young people for the real life testing they will encounter after school is over. Mike discusses three such life tests.
In this sermon Mike compares some of the priorities important in his hockey playing days to the ordering of goals in every day christian living.
Fall brings with it the start of school and for many students bound for college, their first experience of living away from family. In this lesson Mike provides some wise advice from the Bible for those leaving home for whatever reason. (Psalms 119:9-16)
Mike reviews the Supreme Court's recent ruling on same-sex marriage and lays out a proper Christian response to this change in the nation's moral order. (Isaiah 5:20)
This sermon looks at some of the things parents must do in order to prepare their children for a life of faith. (I Chronicles 22:5)
All churches can and do experience growth but there are core beliefs that promote the growth of those churches that strive to do Bible things in Bible ways.
This sermon examines the motivation, purpose and results of a dynamic benevolence ministry. (I Timothy 1:5)
In this biographical study Mike looks at the character and ministry of one of the most influential ministers of the Apostolic age. (I Thessalonians 5:1-11)