Coppertop Sermons


Sermon preached July 18, 2010

Text: Luke 10:25-42

Distract: To cause to turn away from the original focus of attention or interest. Distraction: Something, especially an amusement, that distracts. (American Heritage Dictionary)
A recent commercial that illustrates distraction well is a commercial for Corona beer. Corona is usually served with a lime in

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Rescue Me

Sermon preached July 11, 2010

Texts: Colossians 1:11-14; Luke 10:25-37

Words. Words matter. Words are powerful and silly and precious and wasted. With words we proclaim our love, we assert our political views, we offer opinions on movies or music or clothing. Words can hurt and words can heal. Some of us grew up

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Mr. Big Stuff

Sermon preached July 4, 2010

Texts: II Kings 5:1-14

This morning we are going to begin with a little quiz. Did you all bring your number 2 pencils? The quiz is called, “Bible or Not,” but I also don’t want to embarrass anyone, so it will be a silent quiz. Only you will know

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Well That’s Different

Sermon preached June 27, 2010

Texts: Luke 9:51-56; Galatians 5:1, 13-25

How many of you remember the scene from The Wizard of Oz where Dorothy meets the talking apple trees? Walking along the yellow brick road with the scarecrow – who utters one of the movies great lines – “some people without brains do

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