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My Sermon Samplings

My Sermon Samplings

Below are some sermon samplings from the last few years. I am currently serving as Interim minister for the Pleasant Valley Church of Christ in Little Rock, Arkansas (January 2018-present). Enjoy.


Amazing Love” (January 14, 2018; Theme: “Rooted In Love”) [related post]

But…God!” (January 21, 2018; Special Theme: Preacher Search) [related post]

Finding The Right Match” (January 28, 2018; Special Theme: Preacher Search)

Deeply Rooted” (February 11, 2018; Theme: “Empowered By Love”)

Starting Over” (February 18, 2018; Theme: “Empowered By Love”)

Telling The Story” (February 25, 2018; Theme: “Empowered By Love”)

Glory to God Alone” (March 4, 2018; Theme: “What Love Demands”)

Dying To Live” (March 11, 2018; Theme: “What Love Demands”)

Living Like Christ Is All” (March 18, 2018; Theme: “What Love Demands”)

Identified By Love” (April 8, 2018; Theme: “Identified By Love”)

The Fruit The Spirit Gives” (April 18, 2018; Theme: “Identified By Love”)

A Change of Desire” (April 22, 2018; Theme: “Identified By Love”)


“Glory to God Alone” (Harding University Chapel, October 26, 2017)

“Paul’s Prayer for the Ephesians” (Park Plaza Church of Christ, August 30, 2017)

“What Does the Cross Say About Suffering?” (Park Plaza Church of Christ, August 10 2016)


“Who Provides Your Bread?” (Reflections on Mark 6) (Cloverdale Church of Christ, Oct 1, 2017)

“Let Us” (A call to action from Hebrews 4:1-16) (Cloverdale Church of Christ, Sep 3, 2017)

“Living Like Christ Is All” (Colossians 3) (Cloverdale Church of Christ, June 18, 2017)

Nathan Guy

Nathan Guy believes the passionate pursuit of truth, goodness, and beauty culminates in Jesus Christ. He received formal training in philosophy, theology, biblical studies, and cultural & political ethics from Oxford, Cambridge, and the LSE. Nathan lives in Searcy, Arkansas, where he teaches in the College of Bible & Ministry at Harding University.

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  1. Juanita Sutton says:

    Finally, a wonderful sermon, on the dirty of Jesus, what He gave up to dwell for 33 yrs in fleshly tabernacle, in order to make a Way, to bring back the fellowship He enjoyed in the beginning. I am so thankful my grandson, Ian Mohorn, will have you for his bible teacher this year!

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