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Critical Issues

America, the Handwriting is on the Wall

Daniel 5 – June 30, 2020

What happened to Babylon could happen to us.

Two Minutes Till Midnight

1 Peter 4:7-11 – April 30, 2018

Jesus is coming. Are you ready?

Seven Signs Of The Second Coming

August 13, 2006

(Revised and Expanded January 9, 1991) The following things have happened in the last 72 hours: *Yesterday the Iraqi Revolutionary Council met with Saddam Hussein and reaffirmed that there would be no withdrawal from Kuwait either before or after January 15. “The idea of withdrawal exists only in the minds of those who intend to […]

The Winds Of War

Matthew 24:6 – August 6, 2006

(Date: January 20, 1991) What a week it’s been for all of us! This has been one of those rare moments when time, which had been rolling smoothly along, suddenly came to a total halt. Do you remember where you were when you heard the news? It was late Wednesday afternoon and I was rushing […]

Too Young To Die: Confronting the Tragedy of Suicide

Genesis 1:26-27; Deuteronomy 30; John 10:10 – July 17, 1994

“The thief comes only to steal and kill and destroy; I have come that they may have life, and have it to the full.” John 10:10 The devil is a thief. He steals, he kills, he destroys. Everything he touches turns to death. Behind every suicide is the laughing face of Satan, rejoicing that he has found another victim. But when Jesus comes in, he brings life! The only life worth living is the life that is found in Jesus Christ. His life is free, eternal and abundant.

Breaking Down Walls: Racial Prejudice and The Christian Gospel

Psalm 139:23-24; 2 Corinthians 5:17 – March 13, 1994

What does the Christian gospel have to say to racial prejudice? This sermon explores Dr. Martin Luther’s King’s legacy and the unfinished challenge of racial reconciliation. The gospel provides the only lasting answer to the problems of prejudice, bigotry and racial division.

Men and Women in Biblical Perspective

Genesis 1-3 – October 18, 1992

I find myself in a peculiar position this morning. No matter what I say, or how carefully I say it, someone is bound to disagree with me. But that doesn’t begin to cover the subject. Not only will some people disagree with me, even the people who agree with me will probably not agree with […]

This Bud’s For You: The Christian And The Use Of Alcohol

August 19, 1991

This is not the first time I have addressed this subject. Over the 13 years I have served as a pastor, the subject has come up again and again. A few days before I preached on this subject in my church in Texas, I came into my office and found a brown bag on my […]

Don’t Bet On It: Gambling And The Christian Faith

July 25, 1991

“Gambling is inevitable.” So began the introduction to the final report of the Commission on the Review of National Policy Toward Gambling. “No matter what is said or done by advocates or opponents of gambling in all its various forms, it is an activity which is practiced, or endorsed, by a substantial majority of Americans.” […]

Equal But Not Identical: Men And Women In The Local Church

July 21, 1991

In this day of social upheaval, many traditional views held by the Christian church are being questioned. Not the least important of these is the issue of women in ministry. During the past several decades, the feminist movement has had significant impact on the church; this impact is such that the issues feminist scholarship has […]

Taking The Plunge

April 5, 1990

Of all the issues that divide Christians, none is more hotly debated than the issue of baptism. For centuries godly men and women have come down on different sides of this question. Entire denominations have sprung up as a result of disagreements over the mode, meaning, and purpose of baptism. The widespread response to such […]

The Truth About Abortion

January 12, 1990

I think it goes without saying that abortion is a difficult issue to talk about. It is difficult because it is almost impossible to find someone who is neutral on the subject. It is the most emotionally-divisive issue in America today. The pollsters tell us that Americans are deeply divided on the morality of abortion. […]

What the Bible Says About Homosexuality

Various – October 22, 1989

Perhaps the place to begin this morning is with the simple confession that I did not want to preach this message. It was not part of my preaching calendar and I did not make the final decision until two and a half weeks ago. My hesitations were very simple: As the brand-new pastor of Calvary […]

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