Sermon Series
  • 1. Every 6!

    Contributed on Sep 7, 2005
    based on 47 ratings

    Worshipping the right God the right way gives us joy.

    Everyone is wired to worship. Last night, 160,000 people came together to worship. Where? At the Bristol Motor Speedway. Every August, the Sharpie 500 takes place in Bristol, TN, a town of only 25,000 people. Just across the state line is Bristol, VA, a town of only 18,000 people. But 160,000 more

  • 2. The Win Of Worship

    Contributed on Sep 13, 2005
    based on 16 ratings

    Worship satisfies. It gives us right priorities. More joy, peace, hope. When your blessings go up to God, His blessings come down to you.

    We are wired for worship! Several years ago a businessman here in Brecksville said to me, “I don’t like that word ‘worship.’ Sounds soft. It’s not for me.” Well, last week, we learned that worship is why we were created. It’s what gives us fulfillment. It satisfies. It gives us right more

  • 3. Caution: Watching Out For Wrong Way Worship

    Contributed on Sep 13, 2005
    based on 31 ratings

    The issue is not: Will you worship? We are wired for worship. The issue is: Who will we worship and how will we worship?

    You are wired. Wired for worship. Lots of people are walking around our city day-after-day and don’t know it. Wired for worship. Some of you are thinking, “Come on. A series on worship? Man, why do I need that? I’m a business person. I’m a teacher or homemaker or student or carpenter. more

  • 4. Audience One

    Contributed on Sep 13, 2005
    based on 4 ratings

    You’re not the audience. God is. We are all players, performers who live and worship before Him.

    Today, we are wrapping up our series “wired for worship.” But how do you worship God in a world of pain and suffering? The problem is huge. And on August 29, indescribable suffering showed up again as Hurricane Katrina hit the Gulf Coast. Some say that we can still worship God because this more