August 12, 2017 – Sermon on “A Good Church” by Paul Pedersen

Pastor Paul describes his sermon as: Paul sent Titus to Crete so the church there would not be lacking. Paul wrote to Titus to address the areas that the church was still lacking. As a church, we don’t want to be lacking anything. Paul’s instructions to Titus can be an encouragement for us today. Today, I want to focus on three good attributes for all churches to develop.

Paul used the following scriptures: 2 Timothy 3:5; Titus 1:10-16

Listen to audio of the sermon here -> (30 minutes)  8-12-17 sermon

Paul Pedersen is the pastor of the Conroe Church of God (7th Day)

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Francisco Camarillo’s sermon was about stepping out in faith and was centered around Queen Esther’s dilemma when she had to choose to protect her people or not. Frank used many stories to illustrates his points. A memorable quote was: “God will save whom He will save with our participation or without our participation”

Frank used the following scriptures: Esther 4:14-15.

Listen to audio of the sermon here -> (21 minutes)  8-5-17 sermon

Frank Camarillo is a member of the Conroe Church of God 7th Day. He contributes sermons from time to time.

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Pastor Paul describes his sermon as: The message this Sabbath deals with a serious issue in our culture and in our churches: loneliness. It is an issue we all can understand. Jesus, himself, is able to relate to our struggles with loneliness. I want to answer two questions. What can I do when I feel alone? How can I love someone else who feels alone?

Paul used the following scriptures: Matt 8:2-3; 27:35, 38-39, 45-46; Luke 24:17-19; Heb 4:14-16; 13:5

Listen to audio of the sermon here -> (35 minutes)  7-29-17 sermon

Paul Pedersen is the pastor of the Conroe Church of God (7th Day)

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July 15th, 2017 – Sermon on “COG7 in Myanmar ” by Tluang Kung

Tluang Kung gave the church a description of his ministry in Myanmar, starting from his youth and progress into a COG7 minister and leader of the growing ministry in Myanmar. Tluang included a song along with his testimony.

Listen to audio of the sermon here -> (34 minutes) 7-15-17 sermon

Tluang Kung is the Superintendent of Church of God (7th Day) in Myanmar

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Nathan’s sermon contained all you would expect in a sermon named “Sacrifices acceptable to God” and was presented in his standard, very serious and well presented manner. Nathan built the concept up from Old Testament scriptual references and finished with New Testament scripture and concepts.

Nathan used the following scriptures: 1 Pt. 2:5, Rom 12:1-2, Heb 13:15-16, 1 Sam 15:22, Duet 5:29, 1 Pt 1:14, Ps 107:21, Ps 27:6, Mark 12:33, John 14:15, Ps 51:17, Ps 99:6, Ps 34:18, 1 Pt 5:5-6

A notable quote is: “It may be (that) the greatest sacrifice you can offer to God is to obey the Word of God”

Listen to audio of the sermon here -> (36 minutes) 7-8-17 sermon

Elder Nathan Lawson is the retired pastor of the Conroe Church of God 7th Day and lives in Conroe, TX

 

 

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Pastor Paul describes his sermon as: There are many reasons to have a bold faith. How do we lay a foundation of boldness in order to pray boldly and share our faith boldly? In our text today, Jesus is the reason given for our boldness. Because of Jesus, we can hold firmly to our faith, and we can approach God with boldness.
May mercy, peace, and love be multiplied to you.

Paul used the following scriptures: Hebrews 4:14-16; John 14:12; Mark 5:36

Listen to audio of the sermon here -> (37 minutes) 6-24-17 sermon

Paul Pedersen is the pastor of the Conroe Church of God (7th Day)

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June 17th, 2017 – Sermon on “God, give us men” by Paul Pedersen

Pastor Paul describes this sermon as:  Today’s message is a prayer to God to raise up Godly men and fathers. We need men of conviction and compassion, who maintain a teachable spirit, and who love their families. While, I speak specifically about men. Today’s message can be for everyone.

Paul used the following scriptures: Pr 9:9; 13:18; Jer 5:1; Col 3:12; Jn 11:35; Eph 5:25; 6:4
Listen to audio of the sermon here -> (33 minutes)  6-17-17 sermon

Paul Pedersen is the pastor of the Conroe Church of God (7th Day)

 

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June 10th, 2017 – Sermon on “The Narrow Gate” by Paul Pedersen

Pastor Paul describes the sermon as: Jesus says that we are to enter the narrow door. He is the narrow door. Faith in Jesus is the only way to be saved. It is so important to make the decision for Jesus now. We might not have tomorrow. Count the cost today. Do you choose eternal life, or eternal death? There is no other option.

Paul used the following scriptures: Luke 13:23-30; 14:28; John 3:16; Romans 10:13

Listen to audio of the sermon here -> (30 minutes)  6-10-17 sermon

Paul Pedersen is the pastor of the Conroe Church of God (7th Day)

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June 3rd, 2017 – Sermon on “The Vision” by Chip Hinds

Pastor Paul describes Chip’s message as:  The vision for the Vibrant 21st Century Church was first outlined by Pastor Whaid Rose. It has been the major focus of our current President, Loren Stacey. It is a Christ-Centered, Grace-Oriented, Sabbath-Celebrating Church. To be that church, it will mean putting the Body of Christ first. We need to put each other before ourselves. To be that church means using every opportunity to become that church. To be that church means making the choice to be that church.

Listen to audio of the sermon here ->  (40 minutes) 6-3-17 sermon

Elder Chip and Mary Hinds are from Tahleguah, OK and he is the southwestern district superintendent of the COG7 and he preaches today by invitation.

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May 27th, 2017 – Sermon on “Stand Up” by Paul Pedersen

Last week, I spoke about standing out for the right things at the right times in the right ways. Today, we will look at how Daniel stood up to King Nebuchadnezzar. Daniel pointed out his sin. There are times when we will need to stand up against something that is happening. When we do, we should do so with caution and with the goal of restoration.

Paul used the following scriptures: Daniel 4:22, 25-27, 34; Galatians 6:1

Listen to audio of the sermon here -> (35 minutes) 5-27-17 sermon

Paul Pedersen is the pastor of the Conroe Church of God (7th Day)

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