I have had many fine teachers in my life. I know… I am blessed. One of the best was James “Buck” Hatch. Alumni of Columbia International University (www.ciu.edu) consider his teaching classic and a foundation for their ministry. There are many free resources in the Buck Hatch Library but let me recommend a great message on DEPRESSION (click here)
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This summer I started putting together messages to capture the lessons God has been teaching me over the past year. Click below to download a note taking outline for the three messages. The audio from the chapel talks at Columbia International University http://www.ciu.edu are also provided here. Please give me your feedback as I continue to refine and add other messages to this series.
This was my first time preaching in a church since my medical experience of November. It was delivered at Sandhills Community Church http://www.sandhillschurch.org where Pandora and I worship with Christ followers. Sandhills is a modern style, ethnically diverse congregation in North East Columbia, SC.
Have you ever submitted your plan to God and then have him hand it back with red ink all over and a request to drop your plan and go with his?
Have you ever known something to be so true (2+2=4 kind of true) only to have God say, “Not this time! I am doing something that doesn’t add up?”
Let us see what we can learn about our expectations and our assumptions from the Christmas story in Luke 2.
A Columbia International University Chapel message by Roy King addressing our response to unexpected delays and interruptions that seem to hinder God’s work.
When the Network Goes Down (MP3 – 22 minutes)
Please note: there is a delay of a few seconds at the beginning of this audio file before the sound starts.
God provides gifts that help us grow up in our Christian life. Below you will find a link to the audio of a message given at Raleigh Street Christian Centre in Cambridge, NZ.
This message overviews four gifts God has provided to clarify and then assist us in our spiritual journey. There is a handout that can be downloaded that provides a small group leader with questions to use for four lessons based on the message.
The Gifts Are:
1. The Gift of Questions
2. The Gift of Others to Make the Journey With Us
3. The Gift of Illuminating Truth in our Hearts
4. The Gift of Giving What He Has Given To Us
God’s Gifts for Growth – Sunday Sermon at Raleigh Street Christian Centre, Cambridge – New Zealand
LISTEN & DOWNLOAD SMALL GROUP LESSONS
I welcome your comments and questions!
A Columbia International University chapel message by Roy King about the seasons our lives when the normal sense of God’s presence is absent. How are we to react to seasons of a perceived loss of God’s presence.
This is a 14 minute message given during a summer school chapel at CIU.
Strange Minister – Darkness (MP3 – 14 minutes)