2 Timothy 1: 1-14

New Resources

Illustrated Resources from the Archives

  • Jackie Robinson

    from Leadership
  • Measure of Faith

    by John Rollefson
    ("Scottish theologian Donald Baillie tells the parable in The Theology of the Sacraments. 'Let us imagine,' Baillie begins, '. . . the case of a small child, a little boy, entrusted to the care of a nursery governess'....")
  • Guarding the Good Deposit

    by Martin Singley
    ("Just recently, there has been published a book revealing the inner life of Mother Teresa. While the world looks upon Mother Teresa as a saint, Mother Teresa saw herself as a struggler....")
  • Acquired Taste

    Sermon Starter by Leonard Sweet
    ("Some of you here this morning remember when 'TV dinners' were fast food. Those were the days . . . when Sara Lee sold frozen baked goods to families with the double negative promise 'Nobody doesn't like Sara Lee'. They were right. What wasn't to like? Sweet treats like cheesecake and pies and cakes--even frozen cubes of white dough that magically morphed in the oven into hot cubes of white bread...")

Other Resources from 2016 to 2019

Other Resources from 2013 to 2015

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Other Resources from the Archives

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The Classics

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