Monthly Archives: July 2013

Sermon in a nutshell: “To an unknown God!” (Acts 17:16-34)

Sermon in a nutshell: “To an unknown God!” (Acts 17:16-34) When I go around the college campus and meet students, many of them say to me that they are spiritual but not religious. They want to seek God freely and … Continue reading

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Sermon in a nutshell: “To an unknown God!” (Acts 17:16-34)

Sermon in a nutshell: “To an unknown God!” (Acts 17:16-34)        When I go around the college campus and meet students, many of them say to me that they are spiritual but not religious. They want to seek God … Continue reading

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Sermon in a nutshell: Acts 17:10-15 “Many of them believed!”

Sermon in a nutshell: Acts 17:10-15 “Many of them believed!”      We have been reading about miracles, events, and theological debates in the first church. We have been reading the Gospels and Book of Acts. Let us try to understand … Continue reading

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Sermon in a nutshell: “This Jesus that I am proclaiming to you is the Messiah” (Acts 17:1-9)

Sermon in a nutshell: “This Jesus that I am proclaiming to you is the Messiah” (Acts 17:1-9)      As you know, I went to Thailand last week. Thailand is a kingdom where a king reigns. If you go there, you … Continue reading

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Sermon in a nutshell: “Believe in the Lord Jesus, and you will be saved —you and your household!” (Acts 16:16-40)

Sermon in a nutshell: “Believe in the Lord Jesus, and you will be saved —you and your household!” (Acts 16:16-40) We have had a wonderful week of Vacation Bible School. Our theme was Fun Fare Everywhere!  We wanted to give … Continue reading

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Sermon in a nutshell: Acts 16:11-15 “Come and stay at my house!”

        Sermon in a nutshell:  Acts 16:11-15 “Come and stay at my house!” Last week, we read the Bible and found out that Paul went to Macedonia instead of Asia. That was a critical decision in terms … Continue reading

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