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Grace In A Barren Place ()

Steve Higginbotham, April 14, 2013
Part of the Preached at Karns series, preached at a Sunday Morning service

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From the time I was old enough to remember, my Dad recorded a daily (Monday through Friday) radio program on WOHI in East Liverpool, Ohio.  For more than 40 years, his “Bible Meditations” radio program was aired in the upper Ohio Valley.  As a child, I can remember how dad at times would talk about …

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  1. Tony Blake

    I love your work and have preached many great sermons using your help. I just wonder, in order to make searching your site easier, would it be possible to list the sermons in alphabetical order in each group? It can be difficult to find one particular sermon having to comb through the entire list. Also, next to the sermon outline, could you provide the link to the sermon powerpoint and audio version (if available)? This would make searching for all available formats on one sermon much easier. Thank you so much for making your sermons available. Most of us aren’t nearly so talanted, but we love to be about the Lord’s work.

  2. Suzi

    Steve….your sermons really lift me up! I love the simplicity of the message….with real life applications. Frank and Rose must be so proud. Keep up the good work!

  3. judy mealer

    I used to live in Valparaiso Ind and before the new church was built I Attend the Glendale Church of Christ. Our minister there was Higginbotham and had a son name Tim. I was wondering if you were related to them.

  4. Steve Higginbotham

    Hi Judy,
    Sorry, but not the same family. My family comes from West Virginia.

  5. Carol Prater

    Thank you so much for that encouraging sermon. Why can’t these type sermons be preached by other ministers in the Church? I am afraid that “politics” is causing much division in the Church, as I have left a congregation whose minister is without a doubt, biased and angry in regards to certain political parties. This stance comes from the pulpit!! It’s so difficult to find a true Church which is truly biblical. I’m at such a loss and have such a void in my life……

  6. Jaymark U. Ramirez

    Steve! all of your Sermons I read are very Encouraging and Interesting That can Lift up the souls of every Christians. Thank you for your Website .i can also Use this one to preached in Congregation here in the Philippines.God bless you and your Family always.and Keep up the Good Work.,

  7. Bill Dayton

    Steve, love your lesson on MemberShift. Our purpose as the Lord’s church and especially here in Owenton is to “Restore Once More…” Before Mt Juliet came to do our first campaign, that theme came to mind, and I use I early and often. God Bless brother. Bill Dayton

  8. Pisa

    Your sermons are encouraging and edifying! Thank you and keep posting! Folks from Hawaii are tuning in! Aloha!

  9. Roger

    I have read most of the books you mentioned in your lesson, they are amazing. I also have a sermon based on what these books say along with the bible, I called he sermon , Is there life after death. I enjoyed you sermon very much.
    I also had an aunt who shared with me her near death experience when she was having a kidney transplant back in 1970. I know she actually believed what happened to her.

  10. Ann Fife

    Steve this is so wonderful to get to hear your sermons once again, we miss you sermons, and humor…..ann fife

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