7 March A Story Worth Telling March 7, 2018By Barry Clair Sermons 0 March 4, 2018 - Guest Speaker Tammy Herzig shares the message, "A Story Worth Telling" Video Audio Your web browser is not able to read this audio file. Please update your browser to its most recent version. Related Posts A Man You Can Follow - Part 4 - Forgiveness - Part 2 June 17, 2018 - Senior Pastor Barry Clair continues the series "A Man You Can Follow" with part 2 of the message "Forgiveness"Joshua Rogers, a christian blogger, who in a recent post that was picked up by the Fox News Network yesterday, recounts a memory of telling his dad off for years and years of failure as a father. And he says in the article that "...the pressure of unforgiveness was building up inside of me until I finally blew up one nightI told him off, recounting every failure like I was a prosecutor in a closing arguement."Then he talks about his fathers response, which just blew him away. His father responded with a sincere apology. Then he writes about how it affected him. He writes, and I quote,"Dads genuine contrition took the fun out of holding offenses against him. In choosing weakness, his love became stonger than my hurt. All of us dads have damaged our kids in some way, and those father wounds run deep."Today, we're going to continue talking about following Jesus in the way of forgiveness.VideoAudioYour web browser is not able to read this audio file. Please update your browser to its most recent version. It's the Most Wonderful Time of Year Part 3 - Joy to the World December 17, 2017 - Pastor Barry Clair continues the Series "It's The Most Wonderful Time of Year" with the message "Joy to the World". Today we're going to take a look at Joy. What makes Christmas the Most Wonderful Time of the Year is the joy that that season brings. Today I want to take a look at a couple of texts in the Biblical birth narrative of Jesus, but before I do, I want you to consider something. Have you ever seen "A Charlie Brown Christmas"? It is an animated television special that was produced back in 1965... and it has become a Christmas classic. The story is of an unfortunate and misunderstood, socially marginalized protagonist, Charlie Brown, who cannot seem to get with the Christmas spirit. Charlie Brown is just a bit out of step with the season. Let me ask you a question, have you ever felt like that; of all the Charlie Browns in the world, have you felt the Charlie Browniest? Video Audio Your web browser is not able to read this audio file. Please update your browser to its most recent version. Comments are closed.