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A Good Time To Be A Child

by Bryant Evans on April 5, 2010

Here’s the sermon from Sunday, April 3. We know that adults should behave like adults. But Jesus says there is a time when being childlike is a good thing. Powered by Podbean.com Follow Preacher's Study Blog on Twitter @Preachers_Study. On Facebook, please like us at Preacher's Study Blog. Contact Bryant directly by email at [email protected]

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Upside Down – Sunday Sermon

by Bryant Evans on February 9, 2010

Jesus says the one who wants to be first must be the servant. That’s a big difference from the common worldview that “I” am number one. Here’s the Sunday lesson taken from Mark 9. I hope it encourages and instructs. Powered by Podbean.com Follow Preacher's Study Blog on Twitter @Preachers_Study. On Facebook, please like us […]

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Sunday’s Sermon

by Bryant Evans on October 5, 2009

Here is our Sunday morning lesson which is called Heart Transplant! Last week we examined Jesus’ charge that we must purge out that which is evil or corrupt from our hearts. Today we examine the opposite which is to fill your heart with goodness. That goodness will be expressed through your works and activities for […]

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New Bible Series Coming…

by Bryant Evans on October 1, 2008

Look for more information later this week about a new series of Old Testament Bible Lessons from the Book of 1 Kings. This marvelous history of God’s people has very real and powerful messages for our world today. I think you will enjoy these lessons which will be presented every Sunday night through November. Follow […]

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How to Listen to a Sermon

by Bryant Evans on July 27, 2008

Every week, people sit through a half hour or more of a sermon on Sunday morning and another one on Sunday evening. But some feel that they didn’t get much out of the lesson. It may seem that time could better be spent doing something else like singing or praying. Some congregations have almost no […]

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