Sermons and bible studies given by my friend/mentor, Jim Shaul, who has a long resume but, in brief, he was a professor of philosophy, critical reasoning, and world religions at University of Nebraska, Creighton University, and Metropolitan Community College. He has a BGS in religion (minor in history), an MA in Classical/Koine Greek (minor in Latin/Religion & Philosophy), and a JD (doctor of law). He owned and operated multiple business and was most recently a professional mediator. He’s now retired in West Virginia and has been giving this series of sermons at Hays Fork Community Church.
There are 3 ways to enjoy this great resource:
- The audio archive files below are a downloadable archive of all the sermons that have been given up until present. These are posted regularly, shortly after they are given with a date only, no title or description. This gets these resources into your hands the quickest!
- I post these downloadable audio sermons periodically at a slower pace as blog posts which include text descriptions of the content and Bible verses referenced in the sermon. Find those posts here!
- You can also watch these on our YouTube playlist (posted at the same pace as the blog posts in #2) if you prefer that platform, for example, that may help you keep better track of which ones you have listened to already.
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- The difference between what it meant to be a follower of Jesus when people were literally walking around behind Jesus and what it means to follow Jesus today.
- The Sermon on the Mount: it was a sermon given by Jesus specifically to his disciples, but there were LOTS of people obviously listening in. So who’s this directed to?
- Should Christians sell all their things and not give a single thought to what they wear and what they’re going to eat?
- What is the reason Jesus gives that we’re not to worry? It’s because God takes care of his children.
How do Christians live in and respond to the world they live in but aren’t a part of spiritually? It’s God who puts governments and rulers in power, right? Does this mean President Joe Biden is in power because God gave him that power? If we disagree with the way our government is doing things, what should the Christian response be?