Tuesday, August 28, 2007

New Sermon Series

I'm excited about the new series that I'm working on, Mysteries of the Bible.

September 16
Can we trust the Bible?
September 23
Is the Bible relevant today?
September 30
Understanding the Bible
October 7
What the Bible can do for you
October 14
Information or transformation?


Chris said...

you need to get your sermons online so we can listen!

Soren said...

We're hoping to make that happen when our new website comes online.

David H. Willis said...

I feel like singing...The B-I-B-L-E...that's the book for me...

Frank Weller said...

Here are some other titles you might want to consider:

Hidden Codes of the Bible: Nostradamus was right!

Chicks in Scripture: Written by men? Duh!

The Bible and DaVinci: Is there more to it than a lousy movie and a plagiarized book?

The Authorized Version - There's a reason that Peter used it, you know.

My Bible: Why my interpretation of scripture is right and yours is wrong.

Have fun!

Anonymous said...

"We're hoping to make that happen when our new website comes online."

And when might that be?

Soren said...

Very soon, we hope! We are currently working with a company that speicalizes in web design.

James Snapp, Jr. said...


Say, just in case you were planning to mention text-critical issues arise in that "Can I Trust the Bible" sermon, I welcome you to check out the resources I've made and/or collected at www.curtisvillechristian.org/BasicTC.html . I'm pretty pleased with the stuff on Mark 16:9-20.

Feel free to help yourself to whatever you find useful at the main resource page too --
www.curtisvillechristian.org/SermonStuff.html .

Yours in Christ,

James Snapp, Jr.
Minister, Curtisville Christian Church
Tipton, Indiana

David H. Willis said...


Just to give a plug to brother Snapp's work - it is excellent. He's one smart brother! You might remember hm as "Vox" on the CCToday discussion forums.