Sermons and Studies

Sermons and Studies

Rev. Larry Rice is a preacher and bible teacher whose vision has long been to connect the faith of the average church goer to the real needs of people in crippling financial situations. He has long maintained that to believe that all men and women are made in the image of God but to leave them caught in an unjust system that rewards the greedy should be unconscionable. 

As Caleb got older he didn't let his experience or any other make him become unglued where he became bitter. Instead Caleb let the glue of God's love set as…
The stage is set. The scenes unfold as we are taken to heaven where the temple of God is opened and the Ark of His covenant can be seen inside…
God is a Holy God who can have no part with sin. So it took Jesus who was without sin to shed His blood on the cross so we could…
We live in a world where the word "sin" has almost disappeared from our vocabulary. Even as this has happened, the sense of guilt from sin remains in our hearts…
As Jesus hung on the cross, He cried out, "Father forgive them for they know not what they do." This cry is particularly relevant as so many ignore the plight…
One of the greatest hindrances to experiencing God's love involves bitterness and unforgiveness. As long as we continue to hold onto the bitterness and unforgiveness, we will continue to see…
She pushed her way through the crowd, pushing and shoving people that got into her way. She had to touch Jesus. She was desperate. When HE passed by she reached…
By letting the love of Christ flow through you, as you continue to live in Him, you will be like the engineer who picked up the broken wires and strengthened…
Many people although experiencing one failure after another still refuse to face their failures and let the Lord of Life redirect the way they are going. Such individuals remind me…
Jesus was homeless. Rejected by His family, accused of being a drunkard and thought to be crazy~~Jesus walked from town to town, spending most of His time with people out…
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