Sermons by Jonathan Anderson

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“Every Time I See The Scars”

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A man and his wife were out one evening when they got caught in a terrible, and completely unexpected, hailstorm. The hail was as large as baseballs! The husband quickly realized that if he didn’t do something, his wife would be severely hurt. Unsure of what to do in this catastrophic situation, he shielded her […]

“But Wait, There’s More!”

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I’ve been called cheap, but I prefer the term frugal. Regardless of the adjective used, I am honestly proud of my God-given ability to stretch a dollar. But the late Billy Mays could even make an economical person like me want to buy what he was selling! From the Hercules Hook to Mighty Putty to […]

31 Really Dumb Ways To Kill Your Marriage:

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Trey and Lea Morgan have been married for over 30 years and have raised four boys. They have been involved in marriage ministry and marriage coaching for over 20 years. They also lead Stronger Marriage and Family Workshops and speak to thousands of people each year about how to build Godly, healthy marriages and families. On […]

Drifting Away

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I really like to fish. Although I haven’t been fishing in quite some time, it was something that I did regularly while I was growing up. I remember getting up before five am one Saturday morning to meet my youth minister at Dolores’ Market so that we would be on Center Hill Lake before sunrise […]

Give Your Fears To Your Father

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Are you struggling with fear today? Is it the pandemic, a job, food, something else? Are you seeing the size of your worries and not the size of your Savior? I think I can point you in a direction that might help you right-size your fear. I’d like to start with a long look at […]

Resurrection Sunday

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It was suppertime. The evening meal was served. Assuming that in the spring it got dark by seven PM then in fourteen hours he’d find himself betrayed by an inner circle friend, denied by another, forsaken by ten more, accused of heresy, transferred to a pagan court, lied about, beaten, spit on and mocked….and ultimately […]

When I Carried Home A Little Grudge

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I’m not really sure where it came from. Looking back, I think that it probably snuck into the car while the door was open. Maybe it was in my coat and I stalked out that Sunday morning that the preacher made me so mad. Actually, it could have been in the baby’s bag. Yeah, it […]

A Better Life Later

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A little boy’s legs were not developing as they should have been. The pediatrician told his parents that their son needed to wear a leg brace, which would help to position the legs and feet to grow properly. The parents wanted to do the right thing for their son but were miserable following the doctor’s […]

The Prettiest Woman

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A concerned woman went to her preacher one day and said, “Preacher, I am terribly in need of counseling. You see, I’m struggling with this sin and I can’t seem to shake it. This sin is messing with me, but no matter how hard I try I can’t seem to get rid of it.” The […]

Waiting Well

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Do you like to wait? I didn’t think so. It’s true that patience is a fruit of the Spirit, but nobody actually likes to wait. Yet the fact of the matter is, everyday we’re forced to wait – sometimes for things we need and sometimes for things we just want. Statistics show that the average […]