A Few Good Men

Character Traits Of Great Men Of The Bible

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Learn how to develop your relationship with God and how to handle life’s difficulties by studying the character traits of great men of the Bible. Their response to the triumphs, tragedies and tests will help you understand the biblical role and responsibility of men in the marketplace, in the church and in the family.

sermons from this Series

    1. Inside Out

    Inside Out

    Jonah And The Whale

    We are going to see how Jonah discovered how to follow God's lead. We are going to take his life, dissect it, turn it inside out, and when we do that we will also be able to know how to follow God's lead for our lives.
    2. Against All Gods

    Against All Gods


    His name is Elijah. And Elijah, through this nip and tuck battle, is going to reveal to us how to stand up in difficult times.
    3. Great Walls of Fire

    Great Walls of Fire

    Shadrach, Meshach, And Abednego

    I am talking about the personal fires, the day to day fires, maybe the fire of divorce, the fire of depression, the fire of sickness, the fire of death, the fire of a financial setback. What do you do when these great walls of fire seem to surround you and they seem like they are caving in? What do you do about it? I want us to look at three Biblical firemen today, Shadrach, Meshach and Abednego.
    4. Food for Thought

    Food for Thought


    Courage seems to be a character that we all want but few of us really have. Daniel, in my opinion, was one of the most courageous individuals to ever walk the face of the earth. Courage is multi-dimensional. And Daniel demonstrates three dimensions of courage.
    5. Rain of Terror

    Rain of Terror


    Noah was an individual that God did great things through and the reason He did great things through the life of Noah is because Noah knew how to listen to his heavenly parent, God. God wants to do great things in your life. And that is a transforming truth you need to own, understand and apply.
    6. Heir Conditioning

    Heir Conditioning

    Abraham And Isaac

    There are six major decisions that every father faces. Don't think that these are your problems, your decisions, your dilemmas and not mine. I am right there with you. I want to challenge and motivate you to be a better father. I don't want you just to blend into the scenery, I want you to stand up and become a difference maker.
    7. Short Story

    Short Story


    We are going to address four questions that I believe Jesus would ask you or He would ask me if we could have lunch together. These four questions come from the life of Zacchaeus. Luke 19 verses 1 through 10, four questions that Jesus would ask you. And these four questions center around the concept winning friends and influencing people.