Today we conclude our series called Ten Commandments for Today with a look at the final commandment found in Exodus 20:17.If you have a Bible turn with me to Exodus 20:17.The tenth commandment reads, You shall not covet your neighbor's house.
This morning we want to talk about the value of truth telling and not bearing false witness.We're going to look at the ninth commandment in Exodus 20:16, You shall not give false testimony against your neighbor.
When I was twelve years old I made my first major purchase with my own hard earned money, money that I had made cutting lawns and shoveling snow and doing odd jobs for the neighbors.And I can still remember the afternoon that I got into the car with my mom and a pocket full of cash and we drove d
Today we continue our series on the Ten Commandments called Ten Commandments for Today. And how timely it is that on this day of family dedication we'll be looking at the fifth commandment found in Exodus 20. If you have your Bible turn to Exodus 20:12.
In August of 1833 the British Parliament passed the Emancipation Act, which forever abolished slavery in the British Empire.It was an unprecedented historical event and the person most responsible was a committed Christian by the name William Wilberforce.
This morning we want to talk about how to treat God's name.Names can be funny things, can't they?Paul Dickinson has spent his life collecting strange and unusual names and has even put them together in a book called Names .Over the years he's discovered that sometimes names can be prophet
What comes into your mind when you think about God?I asked you that question a few weeks ago when we were doing our Three in One series on the Trinity. But because the answer to that question is so important, let me ask you again.
We live in a culture that's losing its sense of right and wrong.Objective moral standards have given way to public opinion polls.In his landmark critique of American education Allan Bloom writes in his book The Closing of the American Mind that there is one thing that every college profes