COMFORTABLE – NEW SERMON SERIES



I’m excited about the next six weeks of lessons I’ll be doing. The series is called “Comfortable.” Jesus never called his followers to be comfortable or to take up their easy chair, but to take up their cross. Like it or not, crosses are not comfortable and their purpose is for dying.


If you’re in the Childress area, I hope you’ll come and catch the first lesson this Sunday called, “Jesus will Wreck your Life.” Our worship starts at 10:15 a.m. For more information on the church and a map, visit our website…

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I am a Christian husband and father, who moonlights as the minister for the church of Christ in Childress, Texas. My wife Lea and I have been married for 25 years. We are doing our best to raise our 4 boys, who are all growing up way too fast. Read 1182 articles by
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  1. Stoogelover says:

    Sounds like a good series. Wish I could sit in on it … hope the people receive it well. I was never able to do much to blast people out of their comfort zones. And it does take a blasting effect to do it. Moving slowly or subtly out of a comfort zone just doesn't happen, but most members (and especially elders) if they will allow you to move them at all, want to move at a glacial pace.

  2. cwinwc says:

    Can I sit on that couch if I were to come hear you? :)
    Just kidding brother – as an old Camp Director of mine was fond of saying, "Give em Heaven."

  3. Philip Murphy says:

    sounds interesting. i'll check out the podcast.

    One of my greatest difficulties, though, is determining if I'm simply getting off the couch for the sake of getting uncomfortable.

    Later,

  4. L.C.T. says:

    Pleae make sure they're podcasted!

  5. TREY MORGAN says:

    LCT – I'll try to get them podcasted as they go :)

  6. Brian Vaughan says:

    A couple of weeks ago at Harding University they had lectureships here and one keynote speaker mentioned something a lot like this. He said after watching the movie Passion of the Christ he asked people what they thought of the movie and most said they were glad they didn't have to go through all that pain and suffering. He then made a point that we should take Jesus' example of pain and suffering instead of Christians thinking since He suffered we don't have to.

    On a side note Trey, do you podcast your sermons on iTunes by any chance?

  7. TREY MORGAN says:

    Brian,

    My sermons are podcasted on iTunes from my sermon page.

    Here's the sermon page: http://trey.mypodcast.com/

    Here's the link to subscribe to iTunes: itpc://trey.mypodcast.com/rss.xml

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