Great Sermon! Will be attending a Marriage weekend in Feb. with you in Wisconsin. And I'm doing my homework and checking you out a check up from the neck up of sorts. Blessings looking forward to our time together. Eleven years have gone by since this message would you care to look over your shoulder and shore up thoughts on this? I would find it still relevant but may caution the body of Christ to not stand to firmly on the Trump Train. Blessing brother. psalm 92 1-2 It is good to praise the Lord and make music to your name, O most high, proclaiming your love in the morning and your faithfulness at night, to the music of the ten - stringed lyre and the melody of the harp.
Great Sermon! You are so right on.
My soul rejoiced in the hope we have in Jesus; the one who holds all things together by the power of his WORD.
Thank you young man.
Picken Ing (10/28/2009)
Great Sermon! thanks Chris. I am a Christian and a non-american who has many friends that are Christian and american. Over the years, I have had very good discussions on how on average, an Christian Americans first think of themselves as American first and then Christian. I am glad you brought this point home because almost always, my pointing out this issues almost always invited "ooh, not being american, you don't understand."
Chris Anderson is the founding pastor of Tri-County Bible Church, planted in 1998. He blogs at "My Two Cents," writes hymns at ChurchWorksMedia.com, regularly contributes to the OBF Visitor, and has authored the Buckaroo Bible Club children's program. He and his wife Lori are...