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Up a Tree by Bob Thompson

March 19th, 2018

No Responses

Is there anyone you think Jesus can’t save? Luke 19:1-10   Why the title The first reason for the sermon title today is so that Jeffrey White will have to fork over $20 to John Moretz. As I was ending my men’s Bible study Thursday morning, John said, “I have a theme for your sermon […]

What Would Billy Say? by Bob Thompson

March 12th, 2018

No Responses

God loves you and wants to free you from bondage. Luke 13:10-17   Come, Holy Spirit In honor of Billy Graham, the sermon title today is “What Would Billy Say?” As I listened to and read his sermons these past two weeks, I decided to preach this story in the way that I think Billy […]

One Thing by Bob Thompson

February 18th, 2018

No Responses

In the midst of your “many things,” keep doing the “one thing” you know to do. Luke 10:28-32   We have pictures! The introductory question on this week’s Bible study sheet read:  “If someone were to look at your (pick one) calendar, financial accounts, social media posts, or emails and texts for the last week, […]

Jesus Returns Home by Bob Thompson

January 28th, 2018

No Responses

Jesus intends to be both uncomfortable and unpredictable.  Luke 4:14-30   Emotionally drenched This week has been messing with my emotions. Linda and I are beyond excited about seeing our grandson for the first time when we fly to Honolulu in three days. But our daughter Jeni texted midweek to say she has the flu. […]

Fully God, Fully Kid by Bob Thompson

January 22nd, 2018

No Responses

“We do not have a high priest who is unable to empathize.”  (Hebrews 4:15) Luke 2:41-52   My twelfth year I’ve always loved middle schoolers. Teaching 11-12-13-year-olds in Confirmation is one of my favorite parts of my job. I’m not sure I ever connected my love for middle schoolers with my own experience in life […]