On this page I will put links to sermons by random speakers that I have found helpful in some way or another. I pray that they may be a help to someone else,too.

Contentment is an area of my life that needs a lot of growth, which is why I chose this sermon to listen to. I have been given a lot of food for thought for this week, and it has challenged my perspective. I might need to listen to it regularly! So, in case you are like me, I'm sharing the link! It's worth listening to.
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Three sermons by the same speaker that are very practical and helpful.
Anxiety, the Silent Killer
The Wilderness: Good for What?
How to Quiet a Noisy Soul

Prelude to Giving
A great sermon about giving and generosity.

The Hidden woman
A sermon about the our purpose as wives and mothers. I found it very encouraging, challenging, practical and convicting!
You can also find it as an audio sermon on sermon index.

Part 1
Part 2

Time Management
A great practical sermon with tips on time management from a Biblical perspective.

Contentment in the 21st Century
A good convicting sermon about being content.

Ten Tips for Starting the New Year
A helpful sermon with very practical tips.

Esther: For Such a Time as This
A sermon on Esther being asked by Mordecai to go to the king. She saw the difficulties and the impossibility of such a task. She was paralyzed with fear. But God had brought her into the kingdom for such a time as this. Often like Esther we only see the difficulties of a situation rather than the possibilities. But God has put us where we are for a purpose. Like Esther, spending time with God through fasting and praying  will give us the courage to go ahead and do what God wants us to do.

Spiritual Depression #6: Disappointment with Others
A sermon on how it's not wrong to be disappointed with others, but it's wrong to live in that disappointment and let it steal our joy. Solutions are given to show us how to deal with it.

Facing The Giant of Resentment
A sermon describing what resentment is and practical ways to overcome it.

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