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Sermons by: Jerry Thornton

Sun, November 25, 2018


Thanksgiving in the Storms

Jerry Thornton

Sermon Series: Individual Sermons

It seems like the Panhandle has experienced its fair share of storms this Fall, both literal and figurative. How should the Christian weather the storm? Pastor Jerry Thornton shares from Acts 27 and Paul's example of how to maintain faith, and even thankfulness, during the storms of life that we all will inevitably face!

Sun, June 17, 2018


Living as Exiles

Jerry Thornton

Sermon Series: Not of This World

1 Peter 2 describes Jesus as a Living Stone. It's easy to talk about Him as the Cornerstone, or the Rock that we build our faith upon. But the same chapter describes what that Living Stone looks like to the unbeliever: a stone of stumbling and a rock of offense. Jesus looks quite different from a point of view of belief verses an unbelievers' perspective. Pastor Jerry Thornton talks today about what each view looks like. Which perspective describes yours?

Wed, June 14, 2017


Growing Younger, Getting Stronger

Jerry Thornton

Sermon Series: Individual Sermons

Pastor Jerry Thornton continues to illustrate the vision shared by Pastor Curtis from Sunday, June 4, by focusing on Deuteronomy 6:4-9.

Sun, January 01, 2017


Time

Jerry Thornton

Sermon Series: Guest Speakers

It's a new year! With only so many hours in each day, it's vital to be aware of how we spend them. Listen in as Pastor of Administration, Jerry Thornton, speaks on the importance of making every moment count!

Wed, August 31, 2016


Guidance

Jerry Thornton

Sermon Series: Acts - An Unfinished Story

Part 20 of an ongoing series, studying through the book of Acts.

Sun, August 07, 2016


Do Not Bear False Witness

Jerry Thornton

Sermon Series: Etched

Part 9 of the Etched series on the 10 Commandments sees Jerry Thornton, TRBC's Executive Pastor of Administration, take the pulpit. The prohibition to lie is more than just not telling the truth. Are we trying to get our way, gain an advantage or hurt somebody? Any of these motivations can lead to sin even if we are telling the “truth”. We all should look at our motivations behind our communications.

Sun, December 27, 2015


Now What?

Jerry Thornton

Sun, June 28, 2015


Modern Christianity

Jerry Thornton

Sun, December 21, 2014


Words to Mary

Jerry Thornton

Sun, July 27, 2014


The Words of a Wise Man

Jerry Thornton
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