Sermons on Joshua

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Rahab—The Grace of Faith

Series: Preacher: Date: August 12, 2018 Scripture Reference: Joshua 2

I just finished reading a great book about a chapter in WWII history that I had not heard of before. Apparently, I’m not alone in that because the title of the book is, The Forgotten 500. It chronicles one of the greatest rescue and escape stories ever—but until recently it was virtually unknown—hardly anyone had […]

The Battle Begins

Series: Preacher: Date: October 21, 2012 Scripture Reference: Joshua 6:22-25; Hebrews 11:31

If you are our guest, you need to know that we are in a 31-week study of the entire Bible, using a book called The Story. The Story is a condensed version of the Bible in story form. If you’d like a copy we have them available in our church library for $10, or for […]

A Farewell to Arms

Series: Preacher: Date: May 14, 2006 Scripture Reference: Joshua 23:1-6; Joshua 24:2-15

This week Sue and I traveled to New Albany, Indiana to attend the funeral of a dear friend. A 42-year-young man named Jerry Walker, who was a teenager in the youth group of my seminary church 27 years ago, had a massive heart attack and died, leaving a wife and three children behind. Jerry was […]

Caleb-That Magnificent Old Man

Series: Preacher: Date: May 7, 2006 Scripture Reference: Joshua 14:6-12

A week or so ago Sue and I watched a four-minute segment on Good Morning America in which Robin Roberts “aged” forty years. Of course, she didn’t really grow old in that amount of time. The clip we saw had to do with an experiment in aging in which she did a great deal to […]

The Longest Day–Do Miracles Really Happen?

Series: Preacher: Date: March 26, 2006 Scripture Reference: Joshua 10:1-15

My first room-mate in college was a guy named John Smith (real name withheld) and I think the housing office paired us up because on our application we both checked the box that said we were Christians. Plus John was a couple years ahead of me and back then colleges often matched upperclassmen like John […]

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