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Serving or served

Serving or Served?

by Bryant Evans on February 18, 2019

There are many problems in the world which run the gamut from inconvenient to catastrophic, from too many meetings at work to nuclear proliferation. I probably cannot do much about nuclear bombs and I probably can’t help you with your work schedule but I am not powerless to serve. The follower of Jesus seeks to […]

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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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7 Ways to Squeeze More Out of Your Spiritual Life

by Bryant Evans on March 26, 2009

The equation is simple: Flesh and bone + spirit = mankind We understand that man is made of the physical and the spiritual. We carefully monitor our diets and exercise our bodies but may neglect the most important part which is our spiritual man. Paul told Timothy that spiritual exercise was more important. “…for while […]

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Worth Quoting

by Bryant Evans on August 13, 2008

For Your consideration: “You have not lived today until you have done something for someone who can never repay you.” — John Bunyan 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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Focus on Somebody Besides Yourself

by Bryant Evans on August 12, 2008

I know that football season is just days away. So with the kickoff in mind I thought I’d share this story from John Maxwell’s “25 Ways to Win With People.” Maxwell tells about former University of Colorado coach Bill McCartney. Colorado was set to play rival Nebraska on the Cornhusker’s home turf. Colorado had not […]

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