Sermons by Pastor Al Hughes

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Trained at Midwestern Baptist College, Dr Hughes moved his family to the Pacific NW after his graduation in 1974. Having started two churches before God called him to Port Orchard in 1986, Pastor Hughes has great ministry experience to communicate. His in-depth teaching is a hallmark of his ministry of the Word.

Transfiguration of Christ

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The transfiguration is the fulfillment of that promised “preview.” The transfiguration is a miniature picture of the coming kingdom. The transfiguration took place on “an high mountain apart” (probably Mount Hermon, close to Caesarea Philippi).

A Faith That Wins

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Matthew 15:21-28; Mark 7:24-30 In Matthew 14 we learn about Peter’s “little faith” (14:31). In Matthew 15 we find a Gentile woman with “great faith” (15:28). Only two people in the Bible are said to have “great faith” —A Gentile centurion with a dying servant (8:10). And this Gentile mother with a daughter vexed by […]

Water Walking Faith

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Mark 6:45-53 cf. Matthew 14:22-33 (text v. 31) Immediately after the miracle of feeding 5,000, Jesus constrains the disciples to get into their boat and go back to “the other side” of the sea o Galilee. This is their fourth trip across the Sea of Galilee within a few days (Mk. 4:35; 5:21; 6:32; 6:45). […]

Little is Much When God is In It

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Mark 6:30–44  [cf. Mt. 14:13–21; Luke 9:10–17; John 6:1–13] Only two miracles of Christ are recorded in all four gospel accounts: His resurrection and the feeding of the 5,000, thus showing it’s significance. ! It’s been a busy and tiresome day in the life of Christ. •In the first part of Mark 6 Jesus sent […]

Bildad, The Bonehead

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Job 8 In Job 8 Bildad takes his turn to bash Job further into the ground. [Being a “Shuhite” he was shorter than another small man in the Bible—Knee-High, my-ah.] Bildad’s counsel is not any better than Eliphaz, maybe worse. Bildad sticks the knife of criticism into Job and then twists it a little. Job […]