Sermons by Jonathan Anderson

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Is The Bible Ambiguous on Abortion?

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One survey conducted by the Cultural Research Center of Arizona Christian University determined that over 40% of American Christians believe that the Bible is “ambiguous” on abortion. Conducted by CRC Director of Research George Barna, a noted evangelical pollster, the report found that 44% of respondents said they believe the Bible “is ambiguous in its […]

Our Workmanship

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In each of our homes, there are manufactured products that each serve an individual purpose. Appliances such as a toaster, refrigerator, stove, microwave, or electric can opener are commonly found in people’s homes and each of these have different workmanship. Each of these appliances have been designed differently and have different parts that make them […]

What Your Husband Needs You To Know

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Before we answer the question, I’d like to briefly clarify two things. First of all, I don’t usually write articles or preach lessons with certain people in mind. Even if it seems like at one time I may have been preaching to or at you, I haven’t been. In fact, at this point I have […]

Don’t Let Prayer Destroy Your Faith

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Few things can foster doubt more than prayer. “You do not have,” the Bible says, “because you do not ask. You ask and did not receive, because you ask wrongly…The prayer [fervent prayer, NKJV] of a righteous person has great power” (James 4:3-4; 5:16). So, when we pray and it doesn’t work, we want to […]

The Supreme Court

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The Supreme Court is the highest court of appeals in our Constitutional Republic. In our nation there are numerous lesser courts leading up to the Supreme Court. The lower courts may make various decisions about various cases but if the Supreme Court decides to hear a case, it is irrelevant what the other courts have […]

Choices and Consequences

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Her name was Cindy and she didn’t know my name.  Probably was unaware that I was on the planet.  My skating ability was about average.  I could play tag and keep up with the pack but couldn’t do anything cool like skate backwards or glide around on one leg or anything impressive.  From my years of playing army and […]

You Killed The Duck!

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Sally and Jack went to their grandpa’s house to visit. While they were there, Grandpa took them out to teach Jack how to use a slingshot. Jack was really good at it. After a little while, Grandpa went off, and by accident, Jack threw a rock with the slingshot, hit one of Grandpa’s ducks in […]

Be a Better Person

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Don’t we all wish that everyone would be a better person? Do we not hope that some bad people would turn their lives around and start doing good? Do we wish our neighbor would treat us better than before? Do we hope that the people we meet each day would show us respect and treat […]

More Than You Know

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I wanted to be a teacher. Growing up, my mother was a teacher. My wife is a teacher. My grandmother is currently serving on a school board in Warren County. I’ve spent a lot of time with teachers! I believe that investing in young people while enabling them to achieve, and hopefully exceed, their academic […]

Entering Intergraph

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In the spring of 1992 several local ministers were asked to serve as one of several volunteer police chaplains.  In the early part of my “career” I was assigned to the Huntsville S.W.A.T. Team.  This has been one of the most rewarding, eye opening, humbling and meaningful experiences of my life.  Some of my closest […]