Sermons by Dwight Kilbourne

Evidence of The Spirit

Where would we be today without the invention of the GPS? (Get the joke there? Where would we be…get it?…ahem…) Anyway, the GPS is a pretty amazing tool! Just input your destination, and you have your own guide to get you where you need or want to be. It would be a lot harder to depend […]

Choose

Some of you will remember the movie Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade. Towards the end of the movie, Indiana Jones is searching for the Cup of Christ (the Holy Grail), and he is faced with choosing the right cup among a large collection of ornate goblets. There is an old knight that has stood […]

Building Others Up

Some people take pride in being independent. No matter what life throws at them, they withstand storm after storm all by themselves (or so it seems). But let’s face it: we’re not made to face these hurdles alone. We were made to build each other up. There are people out there that need your strength, […]

#Follow – Love Serving

Do you love what you do? Do you pour yourself into what you have a passion for? It may be your work, your education, your hobbies, your family. There are things we do to support our lifestyle. But there are also things we do, because we simply love doing them. And in these activities, there […]

#Follow – Made to Serve

Have you ever heard of a “Renaissance” person? It’s a term used to describe an individual who has expertise in many fields. We all have talents. We have been made to use those talents. Doesn’t it inspire you to know that God made you to perform certain tasks, certain abilities for His glory? We all […]

The Journey

There are movies that end in cliffhangers, where the “hero” or “heroine” is left in a particularly dangerous, unresolved situation, that is not remedied until you see the sequel coming out in another year or so. And then, in this sequel, the protagonist emerges victorious, evil is vanquished, and the trilogy comes to a triumphant […]

Stations of the Cross – Simon Carries the Cross

Alright, think “old school” here. Do you remember playing “Hot Potato”, where you pass around a potato, or anything resembling a potato, while music is playing? Then, when the music is unexpectedly turned off, whoever is left with the potato is out? You didn’t want that “potato” to end up in your hands, so you […]

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