Sermons by Pastor Alan Kinder (Page 3)
A dead faith can still appear to be very religious. The problem is that we were never called to be religious, we have been called to be faithful.
Getting better at something almost always requires practice–effort–work. When Paul tells the church at Philippi that they must “work out their salvation” this is what Paul is saying. We have to put effort into our spiritual growth.
We exercise to keep our bodies healthy. We even use brain exercises to keep our minds healthy. So, why don’t we exercise our spiritual lives? Perhaps we don’t have the right attitude…
One thing we know to be true is this, we will do that which is important to us. Setting priorities in your life is a sure way to make sure that things will get done. So, what are your spiritual priorities?
Spiritual growth is essential to ongoing spiritual health. Sine a church’s health depends on the health of the people in the church, we must strive to become a people who seek spiritual growth. Such growth only happens when we ensure that we are properly seeking the keys to growth. The first of these keys is understanding the partnerships that we are a part of…
Memorial Day is a very special holiday. We set aside this day to remember what true love is–sacrifice.
Living the Christian life, our “walk,” isn’t really all that complicated.
Mother’s Day is a great day to learn a lesson or two from a Mom who did something pretty amazing when faced with a desperate circumstance.
Whenever we embark on a journey that involves a change of direction, we need some guidance for the new, unexpected path. Thankfully, the Bible gives us that guidance. It’s as simple as becoming an imitator–of God…
How we speak, and how we relate to one another is more important than we may realize. What if our speech and our interactions had an impact on God, as well as an impact on those around us? Would it change the direction you’re heading?