Sermons by Scott Childs (PM)

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The Death of a Loved One – Genesis 50

The Death of a Loved One 27 February 2022 PM – Genesis 50 – Gen2022 – Scott Childs Introduction: Someone has said, “Life is just the dash between two dates on a tomb stone.” How true! God alone controls the length of your dash. Jacob’s dash was 147 years long. Joseph’s dash was 110 years. […]

Missing Opportunities – Gen 47

Missing Opportunities 13 February 2022 – Genesis 47 – Gen2022 – Scott Childs Introduction: Joseph told Pharaoh all about his family arriving. He then took five of his brothers in to talk with Pharaoh. They politely told him that they were his servants and that they worked as shepherds (v.3). They then asked him to […]

Making a Major Move – Genesis 46

Making a Major Move 6 February 2022 PM – Genesis 46 – Ge2022 – Scott Childs Introduction: In your lifetime, you will likely make several major moves. Those moves may include marrying a spouse, changing jobs, purchase of a house, moving to another area. During a major move, our difficulty is knowing what we ought […]

Tested Till Broken – Genesis 44

Tested Till Broken 23 January 2022 PM – Genesis 44 – Gen2022 – Scott Childs Introduction: I have never broken a wild horse, but I have read about those who have. The rider must stay on that horse, though it bucks and kicks, until he breaks its stubborn will. The horse will be of no […]

Coping with Stress – Genesis 43

Coping with Stress 16 January 2022 PM – Genesis 43:1-34 – Gen2022 – Scott Childs Introduction: We live in stressful days. The Covid pandemic has caused great stress worldwide. It has made travel difficult. Some of you have lost your job because of it. Covid has claimed the lives of loved ones and friends. None […]

For Our Good – Genesis 42

For Our Good 9 January 2022 PM – Genesis 42 – Gen2022 – Scott Childs Introduction: Mephibosheth (2Sa 4), fell and broke his legs. He had no doctor to set them, and he was a cripple for the rest of his life. When a person breaks a leg, the doctor forces the bone back into […]