Emmanuel Baptist Church Podcast

Sermons presented at Emmanuel Baptist Church in Jefferson City TN by Dr. Sonny Strange

The Podcasts

Christmas Eve Service 2008 Welcome to our Christmas Eve Service. We hope you will enjoy this special presentation of the Emmanuel Podcast. Tonight you will from Dr. Mark Hussung, Norman Eskridge, Tony Hickman, Tammy Ogle, Fred and Kathy Wilson and Dr. Sonny Strange. Thank you for joining us for this special service. The production team of the Emmanuel Podcast wish you and yours a Merry Christmas and Happy New Year. May God bless you greatly in 2009.
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Adventures in Faith #3 Love Welcome to a Christmas edition of the Emmanuel Podcast from Emmanuel Baptist church in Jefferson City TN. In this episode, Pastor Sonny Strange continues his series entitled Adventures in Faith. This installment is subtitled “Love”. Thank you for spending time with us today. If you would like to learn more about Emmanuel Baptist Church and the oppurtunitie availible there please vist our website www.emmanueljeffcity.com. If you have any questions or comments about our podcast, please email us at emmanuelpodcast@gmail.com. Have a very Merry Christmas.
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Adventures in Faith #2: Peace Welcome to a Christmas edition of the Emmanuel Podcast from Emmanuel Baptist church in Jefferson City TN. In this episode, Pastor Sonny Strange continues his series entitled Adventures in Faith. This installment is subtitled “Peace”.
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“Adventure in Faith: Hope” The First Sunday of Advent Advent Theme: Christ Before Christmas Adventurous Praise Sermon Synopsis: Today we begin the season of Advent. For centuries, the church has set aside this time for believers to prepare their hearts for the coming of the Son of God. “Advent” of course refers to Jesus, the Son of God, coming to dwell on earth. Today, believers should use the four Sundays of “Advent” to prepare their hearts for Christ’s coming. It does not mark the number of shopping days until Christmas. The four Sundays of the Advent Season should be an “Adventure in Faith.” 1 Our Adventurous Hope abounds in Anticipation. 2 Our Adventurous Joy resonates in Praise. 3 Our Adventurous Peace feeds our Courage. 4 Our Adventurous Love reaches out to all. My sermons for our Adventure in Faith will center around the theme Christ Before Christmas. The aim of my presentations will be to show Christ before, above and beyond the Christmas celebrations. I will present Old Testament prophecies that portray the hope of Christ that is not often the focus of our popular culture. I will present the New Testament stories of events leading up to the birth that will examine the world before Jesus was born. Finally, I will present ways Christ can live in our experiences after the Christmas lights are gone. Remember, the name that is above every name is Jesus. (Philippians 2:9, NIV) Our Adventure in Faith will seek to raise His name above all others. Scripture: Isaiah 64:1-9; Mark 13:24-37; 1 Corinthians 1:3-9, NIV
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Community Thanksgiving Service Welcome to a special Thanksgiving Edition of the Emmanuel Podcast. Each year, the Jefferson City Ministerial Association puts together a Community Thanksgiving Service. This year it was hosted at Emmanuel Baptist Church. In this podcast you will hear from several of the area pastors and a message from Stephen Jones of Heritage Fellowship. The names of all the pastors and links to their church websites will be available in our show notes. Please enjoy and be uplifted by our presentation. Rev. Nenette Measles http://www.cn.edu/studentaffairs/campusministries.htm Dr. Gene Wilder http://www.fbcjeff.org/ Rev. Dan Whitman http://www.usachurch.com/tennessee/knoxville/churches/church_69157.htm Stephen Jones http://www.heritagefellowship.us/ Jean Ann Washam http://web.cn.edu/ao/ Bernice Farrow http://www.tennhelp.com/tennHelpView?th_id=5219 Pastor Jim Price http://www.heritagefellowship.us/ Rev. Doug Wilder http://www.firstumcjc.com/
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God invested Christ in you.  What is your rate of return on God’s investment in you? Sermon Synopsis: God does not call anyone that God does not gift and God does not gift anyone that God does not call. “Stewardship” is a word we use to identify the things we do in response to the gifts God has given us. Jesus’ parable of the talents given for service while the master was away illustrates possible responses as well as expectations. The parable is found in Matthew 25:14-30. There is a similar parable in Luke 19:11-27. Both indicate that God is serious about receiving a good return on His investment. In I Thessalonians 5:1-11 Paul writes “For God did not appoint us to suffer wrath but to receive salvation through our Lord Jesus Christ.” God invested Christ in you. What is your rate of return on God’s investment in you?
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Saint's A Marchin'! Sermon: Dr. Sonny Strange Saints A Marchin: The waters of Jordan don’t part until the saints (priests) start to march, Joshua 3:7-17. God recognizes the column of the saints because of their walk, 1 John 3:1-3; Psalm 34:1-10. Saints march in an eternal parade in glory, Revelation 7:9-17. The blessings of sainthood are revealed in the kingdom, Matthew 5:1-12. There isn’t any thing like it when the saints start “a marchin.”
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Ever wonder why we have so many laws? Sermon Synopsis: Ever wonder why we have so many laws? I do. Some people say it is to bring order to our civilization. I think it is because people keep finding loop holes in the laws we have. God gave Moses the Ten Commandments and they were eventually turned into 613. That didn’t stop the leaders from finding a way to falsely accuse Jesus and condemn him to death. Jesus made “doing the right thing” simple. He summarized it all in two short commands. Matthew 22:37-40, NIV " 'Love the Lord your God with all your heart and with all your soul and with all your mind.' This is the first and greatest commandment. And the second is like it: 'Love your neighbor as yourself.' All the Law and the Prophets hang on these two commandments." Who is the Lord your God? Jesus identified the Lord your God as the God of Abraham, Isaac and Jacob. He taught his disciples to call God “Abba,” Daddy. Do you want to know who Jesus identified as your neighbor? Jesus said it was any one you can help. “So in everything, do to others what you would have them do to you, for this sums up the Law and the Prophets.” (Matthew 7:12, NIV) Who are the “others” living around you? God the Father has called the church to be a “holy people” in Christ Jesus empowered by the Holy Spirit within them to love others in Jesus’ name. Scripture References (NIV): Lev. 19:1-2, 15-18; Matt. 22:34-46; 1 John 3:16-24 Grace and peace to you in Christ Jesus, Dr. Sonny Strange, Pastor
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What is Success?

Guest speaker Tom Huebner discusses success and 7 biblical principals to achieve it.


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Golden Calf or Golden Opportunity?

October 12, 2008

Golden Calf or Golden Opportunity?

Exodus 32:1-14

Sermon Synopsis: We are often like the people of Israel as they stood at the foot of Mt. Sinai.  Moses was away on business (an extended meeting with God) when the people decided to make a significant investment.  They had a “golden opportunity” but ended up investing in a “golden calf.”  They committed their glory to “an image of a bull, which eats grass.”  Had Moses not “stood in the breach” before God, the people would have been destroyed.  An even worse fate would be our today had not Jesus stood in the breach for all of us.

      What do you commit your glory to?  It really does make a difference.  It not only makes a difference in the direction of your life.  Your decision makes a difference in where you spend eternity.  What kind of return do you expect on your investment of your life?

Scripture References: Psalm 106:19-23; Exodus 32:1-14; Philippians 4:1-9.

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Our Common Provisions

October 5, 2008

World Communion Sunday

Our Common Provisions

Philippians 3:10-11

Sermon Synopsis: Today is World Communion Sunday.  Believers of various denominations set a side this Sunday to remember together the things we have in common.  What do we have in common with other people of the Christian faith?  Jesus!  The broken bleeding body of Christ Jesus is offered to any one who will come in faith as part of His body, the church.

      The provisions of the Lord’s Table are supplied by Jesus.  We take a piece of bread in remembrance of Jesus, broken for our healing.  We drink the cut in remembrance of Jesus’ life offered to establish the new covenant, a covenant of love.  The love of God for humanity is expressed in the gift of God’s one and only Son.  The love of humanity for God is expressed in our acceptance of the love God offers us in Christ Jesus.  Our love for God Father, Son, and Holy Spirit finds expression in our relationships with one another.  The love of God is expressive in its true nature.

      Religion is always held accountable by God for how well that love finds expression in what, why and how they do church.  Psalms 80:7-15; Isaiah 5:1-7; and Matt. 21:33-46, NIV share a vineyard theme.  In each God has created a fruitful vineyard but for one reason or another God is denied the fruit of that vineyard.  God executes judgment in each case but never stops trying.  Each new venture opens the door of opportunity for others to be a part of God’s grand venture. 

      In Philippians 3:4b-14 Paul lays out his religious claims to God’s vineyard and then declares those claims to be worthless.  What matters then?  Jesus!  Paul writes,

10 I want to know Christ and the power of his resurrection and the fellowship of sharing in his sufferings, becoming like him in his death, 11 and so, somehow, to attain to the resurrection from the dead.

      As we come to the Lord’s Table in concert with churches around the world, let us pause to consider the fruit of our lives that we bring to God.  Fruit of love a sacrifice of our daily lives offered freely, humbly, without restitution.

      Behold the provisions of the Lord’s Table.  Jesus’ brokenness and life offered to whoever will come.  So come!  Come you who are barren desolate creatures and be transformed into fruit vineyards of God’s grace.  Heaven belongs to all those who come to God in Christ Jesus and are transformed.

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Personally Responsible

Personally Responsible

Ezekiel 18:1-4, 25-32; Psalm 25:6-9


Sermon Synopsis: Using Ezekiel’s prophesy as a template this sermon deals with issues of personal accountability. 

      We live in a society that loves to blame someone else for our problems.  Psychology has been used to propagate the notion that our actions are the results of our parents or our environment.  The thief couldn’t help it.  The murderer was not in charge or fully accountable for his or her actions.  The list goes on and on and there seems to be no one who is held accountable for their actions.  In fact, there seems to be no one who is capable of holding any one accountable for their actions. 

      What ever excuses we offer God and others for the wrongs in our lives wrong is still wrong and “sin is still sin.”  Sin is “simply wrong” actions.  God views “sin as sin” no matter who does it.  God views “sin as sin” no matter who is impacted by it.  We all sin and we are all impacted by the sins of others, but that is not an excuse for it.  

      God’s solution for sin starts with “repentance.”  Maybe you have heard someone say, “If you find yourself in a hole, stop digging.”  Offering excuses to God for wrong actions just digs the hole a little deeper.  Repentance, on the other hand, opens us to God’s provisions for filling in the hole.  If you wait long enough and dig deep enough, that hole could become your grave.  Jesus is the only one to find an answer for the grave.

Scriptural References: Ezekiel 18:1-4, 25-32; Psalm 25:6-9

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Jonah’s Death Wish

Jonah’s Death Wish

Jonah 3:10-4:11


Sermon Synopsis: Jonah’s death wish was an expression of being out of step with the will of God.  We do not have to struggle to understand why Jonah didn’t want to go to Nineveh.  There were a lot of other places that suited him better.  He chose the one that was in the opposite direction of Nineveh.  Jonah told the sailors on the boat to throw him into the sea, because he would rather die than go to Nineveh.  Jonah wasn’t any happier when he finally went to Nineveh.  He was still out of step with the will of God.  He was angry enough to die.

      Now consider the story of Saul of Tarsus.  He didn’t like anybody who wasn’t a Jew like himself.  His conversion experience isn’t a fish story like Jonah, but it was life changing.  Saul (Hebrew of the Hebrew) became Paul (Greek form of his name) Apostle to the Gentiles.  He never stopped preaching and reaching out to those he once hated.  Paul’s death wish was an expression of being in step with the will of God.  He was ready to go just as soon as God was finished with him on earth. 

      “The Lord is gracious and compassionate, slow to anger and rich in love.” (Psalm 145:8.NIV)  Have you experienced his grace today?  Have you extended God’s grace to others?  Have you gone to your Nineveh yet?


Scripture References: Psalm 145:8; Jonah 3:10-4:11; Phil. 1:21-30

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May the Force be with you

September 14, 2008

May The Force Be with You

Psalm 114:1-8

Sermon Synopsis:  May the Force be with you is a line from Star Wars movies, but in this sermon it is a reference to the power of God in and among the people of God.  Psalm 114 draws on a number of Old Testament narratives to make clear that it was the presence of God among the people of Israel or Judah that made the difference in times of conflict.  In the same manner, it is the presence of Spirit of God in the church today that makes it possible for the church to make a difference in the world.  The forces of evil are not afraid of the people in the church but they know to be afraid of God.  The Spirit of Christ also makes a difference in the lives of the believers making it possible for them to be forgiven as well as to forgive.  The Force in believers transforms believers into a force the world cannot resist.

Scripture References (NIV): Psalm 114; Exodus 14:19-31; Romans 14:1-12; Acts 19:13-16; Matthew 18:21-35; Mark .

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Marks of Our Faith

Welcome to the September 7 th edition of The Emmanuel Podcast. Today we dedicate a prayer garden that has been in the planing stages for the last five years. Pastor Sonny Strange speaks about the marks of our faith and we participate in the Lord's Supper.


Then Samuel took a stone and set it up between Mizpah and Shen.

He named it Ebenezer, saying, "Thus far has the LORD helped us."

1 Samuel 7:12, NIV

Like Samuel in the Old Testament, we seek to establish as a witness and “Ebenezer” which means “a stone of help.”  We have selected twelve words which have been etched in stone to guide us and others in the path of pray. 

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Sincerely Yours; Romans 12:9

Sermon Synopsis:

      We often express the words of the psalmist (26:8) “I love the house where you live, O LORD...” but how often do we show up to meet together in the presence of the LORD.  Isn’t our attendance at the times of assembly a measure of the sincerity of our love for the house of the Lord?  “Love must be sincere.” Paul writes, or it is not love at all.  In Romans 12:9-21 Paul defines the actions and sentiments of sincere love.

      The greatest example if sincere love is found in the actions of Jesus of Nazareth (Matthew 16:21-28). 

Scripture References: Psalm 26:8, NIV; Romans 12:9-21, NIV; Zechariah 7:6-8, The Message; Galatians 5:13, NIV; Matthew 16:21-28, NIV; 1 John 2:7, NLT; I John 4:11, NIV

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Forgiving Others Dr. Sonny Strange speaks on fogiving others for their sake and our own,
Gen 45 1-7.
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Remembering What God Has Done for You It's Homecoming at Emmanuel Baptist Church!  Guest speaker Dr. Steve Fry speaks about the importance of remembering what God has done for you. 
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Special Edition #3: Costa Rica Mission Team Report Our mission team presents a report about their experiences in Costa Rica and how it has changed them and how they see the world.
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Special Edition #2 Interview with Costa Rica Mission Team

Karen Smith interviews members of Emmanuel's Costa Rican Mission Team. She interviews Bob Ogle, Haily Ogle, Jacob Lemons, Mark Hussung and Dale Gentry.


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Let's Sit Together

Sermon Synopsis: Let’s Sit Together

Matthew 14:13-21; August 3, 2008

      The Gospels tell of Jesus performing miracles (often translated miraculous signs) wherever he went.  A total of thirty-seven of these stories are recorded in the Gospels.  Only one of them, feeding of the 5,000, is found in all four.  What does that say about the importance of this story?  

      All of the miracle stories teach something about the kingdom of God.  What signs of the kingdom are to found in this story?

      Jesus served “dinner on the ground” to more than 5,000 that day.  He invited everyone to sit down together.  It is easy to miss the message in this act.  Sometimes churches use the slogan “everybody welcome” as an open invitation for people to come to a revival or just come to church.  The people in the church, however, often don’t really mean it.  Jesus did! 

      All who were there that day ate their fill and still there was enough to feed more.  How many more?  Surely, the twelve baskets full remaining indicates God has provisions for the twelve tribes of Israel.  

      If everyone is invited then that includes you.  Have you accepted the invitation?  Are you ready to sit down with the rest of those who have?

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Trusting God in the “All Things” of Life

Sermon Synopsis: Trusting God in the “All Things” of Life

Romans 8:26-39

July 27, 2008

      What does it take for a believer to trust God no matter what happens?  Answer: Faith, yes but in this context Paul wants you to answer Spirit.  It takes the Spirit of Christ in the believer to give life to faith in the “all things” of life.  Jesus said the kingdom is like yeast in flour.  In time it will be apparent that the little yeast within the flour will make a big difference in the outcome.  Life of the Spirit of Christ in believers is made apparent in “all things.”

      Serenity Prayer: God grant me the serenity to accept the things I cannot change, the courage to change the things I can and the wisdom to know the difference.

      Scriptural References (NIV): Romans 7:24-25a; 8:1-2, 9, 12, 26-39; Matthew 13:31-33.

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Special Edition #1: Pastor's Point of View

Why are we here?  Why do we come to Emmanuel?

What is our purpose?  What are we to be about?

At least part of the answer is easy to come by.  Some parts of the answer may not be so easy to find.  Certainly, we are here to

Share Hope, Meet Need, Through Word Gift and Deed.





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Recognizing God's Children

Sermon Synopsis: Recognizing God’s Children

Romans 8:12-25

      Are there recognizable characteristics of the children of God?  Paul starts Romans 8:12-25 with another “therefore.”  Because we are unable to save ourselves God sent His Son to establish the way of righteousness and His Spirit to birth believers into the kingdom “therefore” believers have an “obligation ... to live according” to the Spirit of Christ within them.  It is a family trait.

      Another trait is that believers are gifted for special service to the body.  Gifts vary from believer to believer.  We do not all have the same gifts, but all are gifted.

      God believers have a special relationship.  The children of God are recognized because they relate to the God of all creation as “Abba.”

      Faith is another characteristic of God’s children.  What will be has not yet appeared, so believers wait for it.

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Life Giving Spirit

Sermon Synopsis: Life Giving Spirit

Romans 8:1-11

      This sermon examines the struggle between the sinful and spiritual natures.  Paul describes the sinful nature as having a mindset of death whereas the spiritual nature has a mindset of life and peace.  Outward actions come from the inward nature that controls them.  Actions, however, cannot give birth to the spiritual nature it is the gift of God. 

      The story of Rebekah’s struggle in giving birth to Esau and Jacob provides an illustration of how God’s promise works.  It is not based on works but grace.  God chose Jacob and transformed him into Israel.  God has chosen you in Christ Jesus and has issued an invitation of adoption.  The Spirit of Christ comes to dwell in every one who responds in faith.

      Scriptural References (NIV): Romans 8:1-11; Proverbs 6:16-19; Romans 1:18, 29-31; Romans 7:15-25; Genesis 25:19-34.

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Costa Rica Mission Blog

If you haven't already, check out our Costa Rica Mission Team blog at http://ebcincostarica.blogspot.com/ and leave a comment to encourage and uplift our team.  Just click on comments at the bottom of the post you want to leave a message on and follow the instructions.  If you do not already have a Google or Open id account you may have to create one.  Please pray for our folks in Costa Rica and follow their progress on the blog.

Thank you and God bless you.

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Our Mission team left for Atlanta last night and will continue on to Costa Rica today.  You can follow their progress at the On the Road blog here

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Dancing to God's Music

Sermon Synopsis

      Emmanuel is commissioning 20 volunteers who make up Costa Rica Partnership Mission Team # 22.  Some of them will share their witness during the service.  The commissioning message will be followed by a prayer of commissioning and a celebration of The Lord’s Supper.  The message starts with Zechariah’s (9:9) call for the people to recognize their king who comes in righteous gentleness, not might.  In Matthew 11:16-19 Jesus pointed out that people often are more interested in what they want than being open to what God wants.  The people did not recognize Jesus when he came because he did not come and do what they wanted.  The mission volunteers are being commissioned to go with the message of God in the Spirit and power of Christ, not in the spirit and power of this world. 

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Dead Man Walking

Dead Man Walking

Romans 6:1-11

June 22, 2008

Sermon Synopsis: “Dead Man Walking” is what prison guards in the United States say as they lead condemned prisoners from Death Row to the place of execution.

      Jesus experienced the taunting of Roman guards and a hostile crowd as he was led to be executed.  He was one of three “Dead Man Walking” that day.

      Jesus was executed, pronounced dead at the scene and buried in a tomb not far from the place of the execution. Jesus is the dead man who was raised to life by the power of God.  Therefore, in one sense of the word, Jesus continues to be the “Dead Man Walking.” 

      The resurrection of Jesus Christ has the power to transform our human understanding of death.  Humanity lives on Death Row.

      The promise of Scripture is that Jesus will continue to walk with believers on their journey to death.  It also promises that Jesus will walk with believers on their journey beyond death.  There is nothing morbid about that thought!

      Paul experienced Death Row on more than one occasion.  That might be one of the reasons he considered himself to be already dead.  Not dead in the physical sense, but dead to sin.  He taught that sin has no power on those who have been “buried” with Christ in baptism.

      Paul’s invited believers to “...count yourselves dead to sin but alive to God in Christ Jesus.” (Romans 6:11, NIV)  Jesus invites believers to be like him, and “Do not be afraid of those who kill the body but cannot kill the soul. Rather, be afraid of the One who can destroy both soul and body in hell.” (Matthew 10:28, NIV)

      The believer’s sentence of death has already been carried out in our behalf by Christ Jesus.  Therefore, believers are walking away from their execution not toward it.

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How Could I Ask for Anything More?

Happy Father's Day!

In this weeks sermon, Dr. Strange asks how could we ask for anything more than what Christ has already given us?


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EBC Sermon from February 10 2008

Due to technical difficulties, this week's podcast will be from February 2008.  It includes different theme music, a Children's sermon given by Dr. Karen Borchert and a presentation of the Lord's Supper.  We hope you enjoy this podcast.

God bless you

The EBC podcast production team.

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Gospel Debtors

Dr. Strange preaches about our indebtedness to Christ.  He uses three "power points” to illustrate his message.

Scripture reference Romans 1:16-17; 3:22b-28.


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Just in Time (Memorial Day)

Sermon presented on May 25th by Dr. Sonny Strange.

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"Multiplying the heart of God" This Sermon was presented on May 18th 2008.
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Mother's Day

Happy Mother's Day!  In this sermon Sonny speaks about Mother's and the creation of the Church at Pentecost.


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This sermon was presented on May 4th 2008 by Dr. Sonny Strange.


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"Life in the Shadow Lands" This Sermon was presented on April 27th 2008 by Dr. Sonny Strange.
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Emmanuel Baptist Church Sermon for April 13th 2008 Sermon presented by guest speaker Dr. Gerald Borchert.
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