One of the reasons I’m so excited for the annual PELC (Pastoral Evangelism and Leadership Conference) is because I know that I will get to hear some of the best sermons I have heard all year. So far, I haven’t been disappointed. This right here is a Word from on High. I’d share my favourite … Continue reading “You’re Not Out of Options” by Bishop Dr Rudolph McKissick at Pastoral Evangelism and Leadership Conference (OUC)
Whoiiiiiiii. This sermon, this sermon, this sermon, this sermon, this sermon!!!!!! I’m in my kitchen making lunch, and listening to this sermon. I have to keep myself from running around this here kitchen in a praise break. I saw this sermon posted on a pastor-friend’s Facebook wall. Another person commented and said they were watching the … Continue reading “Where Myrtles Grow”
There are some Adventists who think that, given that we are part of the “remnant Church” and that we have “present truth” that there is nothing to learn from other denominations. I beg to differ.
This is not an exhaustive list… I’d like to know some of your favourites! Continue reading (Some of) My Favourite Non-Adventist Preachers (So Far)
Pastor Wintley Phipps preaches about the “Goal of the Soul.” Continue reading The Goal of the Soul
Wow. This sermon was exactly what I needed to hear right now. John Gray may not be an Adventist, but he can preach. And he’s so darn funny (and he can sangggg)! So many soundbites. I share this because maybe it’ll bless you too. “God’s delay is not His displeasure — it’s His development [and … Continue reading It’s Not Over
You’re next. That’s the title of one of the best sermons I’ve ever heard, preached by Dr. Morgan Medlock. This young lady with the distinctive homiletical pastor’s voice has an impressive biography: “Morgan Medlock received her B.S. in Biology summa cum laude from Oakwood University in Huntsville, AL. She is the first graduate from Mayo … Continue reading You’re Next — Dr. Morgan Medlock
What kind of worshipper are you? This sermon is a perfect complement to Things We Lost in the Fire. Continue reading What to Do When the Music Stops — Pastor Debleaire Snell