Hello and Welcome to the Religious Guest Sermons Page. Below
you will find the titles and links to a whole list of sermons we
thought you’d enjoy that have either been posted elsewhere
on the internet or submitted by other ULC ministers. The views expressed in
these largely Christian sermons belong solely to the authors, but as ULC ministers, we know you value the different viewpoints of others and can use them as a starting point for meaningful discussions.
The sermons listed here are primarily Christian in their origins. We look forward to reading your sermons here as well and hope to see the concepts talked about between yourselves on the ULC forum.
Chapel - From the chapel page, you can find various other types of sermons, as well as other church-related information, like starting a church, getting ordained, and more.
Absolution of Sins - If you believe in confession and being absolved of your sins, there is a video on this page, as well as information on how you can do this.
Sunday School - This section is primarily Christian-related, since I don't know that Pagans have any sort of Sunday school, but you are welcome to look through this and see if there are lessons that may be of interest. You can also sign up to have some emailed to you every week.
Starting A Church - In this section, you can learn to start a church of any type, using the ULC name or a name of your choice. There are many sections that you can go to which will have samples of the various types of forms required to start a church of your own.
FAQs - The ULC Seminary has an extensive collection of Frequently Asked Questions, both about our church and about a variety of other religions. These have been submitted by ministers of those faiths, so if you would like to submit some or see things you'd like corrected, please let me know.
FORUM - The ULC Seminary has a busy forum where Seminary students can post their lesson work or talk about their classes, as well as just enjoying fellowship with other ministers.. It's free to sign up for and you can find topics of all types listed here. Please join us to talk and debate (politely) with other ministers.
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The most updated sermons are at the top and below that are sermons that have been with us for a long time.
A Genius in Love Teach us how short our lives really are that we may be wise. (Psalm 90:12) Lord, thank You. In Jesus Name. Amen. For more sermons from the ULC Seminary, go to Chapel. I've heard tell of human-genius that is; Genius . . . . that power which dazzles human eyes, is oft but perseverance in disguise. "Genius is one percent inspiration and ninety-nine percent p
Sunday, June 10, 2012
The Universal Life Church offers stories about growth and strength.May the Lord grant all of us the grace, courage and strength to be generous and kind in our dealings with others especially with those who are less fortunate than we are.Dedicated staff, he offered a question:Two ChoicesWhat would you do?....you make the choice. Don't look for a punch line, there isn't o
Wednesday, June 06, 2012
"10 Secrets Many Senior Pastors Keep"I get to hang out and know many senior pastors. I have a great heart for them and understand, firsthand, some of the pressures, frustrations, and joys which are unique to the role of a seniorpastor. In my recent blog survey, over half my readers are in ministry and half that number are senior leaders.After sharing these points at a conference for executive past
Tuesday, May 15, 2012
The Apostolic 7th Day Church of Goda7dcog@gmail.com.-- www.a7dcog.org. --352-360-0070A Sabbath Message From RichardFor more sermons, go to the ULC Seminary Chapel (Weekly thought provoking article and letters from the Pastor)It's Time for a Spiritual "Attitude Check"Self-evaluation is a necessary part of spiritual growth. Let's take a look at our spiritual reflections in the mirror of God's Word.I
Thursday, May 03, 2012
KEYS OF THE KINGDOMBy Dee Burgess(Copyright 2005)There are billions of text books written on the subject of 'spiritual enlightenment' butunlike temporal pursuits, this is a not a craft which can be passed on, one to another, likewoodworking techniques; it must be sought and revealed through the Spirit of God. Thisspiritual knowledge is often considered *hidden knowledge*. I qualify 'hidden' knowle
Saturday, April 28, 2012
Jesus is coming soon!!The Second Coming - What is it?The Second Coming is when Jesus Christ will return to earth in fulfillment of His promises and to fulfill the prophecies made about Him. Jesus Himself promisedBefore Jesus’ ascension in John 14:3 says “He promised that He would return and that nobody would know the time of his returning”. I ask this question why would He come back? Do
Tuesday, April 24, 2012
Pride: The Pitfall of PreachersWe strive for excellence in preaching, and we should--but there are dangers if we succeed.Did you see the opening battle scene in Saving Private Ryan? Imagine the most frightening and dangerous terrain from any war movie. What if pride is the threat and preaching is the mission? Uh-oh, it looks dangerous: 1. Preaching involves speaking to others a
Friday, April 20, 2012
It seems every Christmas story has to have a Scrooge, from Hallmark dramas to children's books. The reason we always write a jerk into our holiday stories is because it's true. In real life there's always a jerk. Today, I want to encourage you not to be a Christmas jerk. Don't be the Scrooge. It's all too easy. Maybe you're expecting an Xbox and you get a sweater. Maybe you're parents ha
Sunday, December 25, 2011
Universal Life Church Well I can say this. I became ordained through ULC because:1. It is a lot easier getting credentials from ULC and you do not have to build a church immediately.2. I do most of my preaching in Nightclubs. Flogger in one hand Bible in the other preaching The Word of God in BDSM Nightclubs. How I got the nickname the Evil Wicked Cardinal of Evil. :devil: 3. I have vast k
Tuesday, August 09, 2011
Jesus Was Tempted TooOnline SermonToday's Scripture"We have a great high priest, who has gone into heaven, and he is Jesus the Son of God. That is why we must hold on to what we have said about him. Jesus understands every weakness of ours, because he was tempted in every way that we are. But he did not sin! So whenever we are in need, we should come bravely before the throne of our merciful
Sunday, June 26, 2011
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Amy, You are an inspiration to me. Did you happen to see that your ministry made national attention on the David Letterman Show. Of course he was making fun of it but I think it's a great opportunity for people who don't have the time or money to attend seminary. I have officiated 1 wedding and 1 funeral and my ministry credentials have gotten me into 2 different prisons to minister to inmates. Keep up the good work. You are a blessing to me.
Thank you Amy, the kind words helped a lot today. I recently performed my first wedding and it was extra special because it was my eldest son's marriage. I have not been able to start on the two classes I ordered over the summer, but I am looking forward to beginning them shortly. Thank you again for the kind and generous words. I am truly enjoying my involvement in the ULC Seminary.
I have received several inspirational emails from you in the past few months, and I felt a need to say thank-you. Often your words arrived on days when I was particularly stressed and feeling low. It was almost as if you somehow knew that I was in need of some inspiration. One thing I know for sure, you have surely helped me more than you know. Thank-you so very much Rev. Amy, I so appreciate you and value your thoughtfulness.
Although I have been ordained as a minister through an online course, I have always desired to become a Science Of Mind Minister. I am not sure how to go about doing that, or even if I would qualify. However, it is a dream of mine.
Once again I extend my thanks to you Rev. Amy. You are a genuine extension of God's Truth, and that is indeed a blessing to all who have the privilege of knowing you. God bless you Rev. Amy.
This is just to say 'Thank you'. What a lovely site you have, with so much useful and thoughtful information to support your ministers and their efforts.
Since applying for ordination, I have become more interested in starting my own church in the UK, and have been reading around the information you provide, and which has been shared by others. Excellent. Your own sermon regarding the 'Angel' was very touching; thank you for sharing it. The live feed on current religious topics is also excellent, as are the materials on starting your own church.
I've joined the seminary, and will be taking advantage of the development courses offered there, and will be in touch for further support materials as my ministry develops.
Thank you once again for what is clearly a labour of love.
I just wanted to thank you for your good and positive words- I always read them and they always mean a lot to me. Nobody quite hits it on the head like you, and I often need to hear what you have to say to me.
I do try to pass along encouragement, as you encourage us to do.
Thank you, Amy; I look forward to hearing from you again! Yours Blessed, Joe