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This morning Valley View joins over 500,000 churches from 150 countries around the world to observe the International Day of Prayer for the Persecuted Church. And prayer is what our persecuted brothers and sisters need the most.
When I was a first year student at Dallas Seminary one of the courses I took was called Survey of Ministries. It was a field education course designed to get students off campus and out into the real world to see what was going on spiritually in and around the Dallas metroplex.
Shalom! Peace! My name is Nicodemus. Some people call me Nicky.
When I was a kid growing up I can remember coming home from school with my brother Ken, turning on our little black and white television and watching Superman.
Every April, TIME magazine publishes a list of the 100 most influential people in the world, drawing on a year’s worth of headlines and articles. It’s a subjective list, but still gives a sense of who the movers and shakers are in any given year.
One of the most popular super heroes in our culture today is Spider Man. Any Spider Man fans out there? People love Spider Man. He may not be the fastest, strongest, biggest, smartest, best looking super hero, but he could be the best loved.
One of the reasons that I believe the Bible is the inspired Word of God is because it never flatters its heroes. It’s brutally honest in the way it exposes the lives of the men and women that we look up to. All of the characters of Scripture have feet of clay. None of them are perfect.
This morning we continue our series called More Than Ordinary with a look at the most famous battle described in the Old Testament. The battle didn’t take place between two armies. The battle took place between two people, a boy named David and a giant named Goliath.
The world’s longest running musical is Les Miserables based on the book by the same name written by Victor Hugo. Some have called it “one of the half-dozen greatest novels of the world,” which usually means that nobody has read it. Let’s take a poll.
A few minutes ago Rob and Melissa Newmiller stood here and publicly dedicated themselves to raising their son Eli in a way that pleases the Lord. They want to do their best, with our help, to give Eli every possible opportunity to embrace Jesus as his Lord and Savior.
Last Sunday’s Baptism Bash was an incredible day! It was great to hear the stories of those who followed the Lord’s command to be baptized. We had a dozen who were dunked and had written out their stories. And then at the end we paused to see if anyone else wanted to be baptized.
I grew up in a spiritually divided home. By that I mean that my mother was part of a church community, but my father wasn’t. I know some of you can relate to that.
When I was a student at Dallas Theological Seminary I remember being intimidated by other students who knew exactly what they wanted to do and to be in life. And that was intimidating to me because I didn’t know what I wanted to do and be.