Ekklesia Christian Life Fellowship

The list below contain the outlines of Pastor McCowan's sermons. For viewing the videos are listed separately.


Sermon List
Date Title Sermon
Jan. 12, 2008
Re: Solution - Pastor McCowan spoke on the topic of New Year’s Resolutions and how effective behavior changes takes both a human commitment and divine intervention. Outline, Bulletin.
Feb. 9, 2008
Pastor McCowan spoke on The Languages of Love and how we can be better equipped to express heartfelt commitment to our mates, children, parents, people we value, and most of all to the Lord. Outline, Bulletin.
Feb. 23, 2008
Pastor McCowan not only reviewed his last sermon on The Languages Love but also spoke on the different type of dysfunctional love, which is no love at all. The title of his sermon was What is Love? Outline, Bulletin.
Mar. 8, 2008
Is anything too Hard for God? - Pastor McCowan spoke on the subject of miracles and how God is able to intervene in our lives with supernatural displays of his glory—no matter what the circumstances. As the Scripture says, “I am the LORD, the God of all mankind. Is anything too hard for me?” (Jeremiah 32:27) Outline, Bulletin
Mar. 22, 2008
Pastor McCowan spoke on the subject of what Jesus did for us on the Cross and how his resurrection calls us to follow him as disciples. The title of his sermon was "Spiritual Tourists." Outline, Bulletin.
Apr. 5, 2008
"More Precious Than Gold" - Pastor McCowan spoke on the topic of “hidden treasure” and how God exhorts us to search for wisdom and understand as if we are looking for gold, silver, or previous stone. The object of the sermon was to help us understand why wisdom can be so helpful in our lives. Outline, Bulletin.
Apr. 19, 2008
Pastor McCowan highlight the importance of the movie Expelled: No Intelligence Allowed by Ben Stein and how it will strengthen our faith and Christian values. Bulletin.
May 31, 2008
Faith of Our Fathers - Pastor McCowan shared some of his observations and conclusions from his recent visit to America’s Historic Triangle in Virginia (Jamestown, Williamsburg, and Yorktown). The purpose his sermon was to share how our country was founded upon two distinct agendas—one represented by Jamestown and the other represented by Plymouth. One of these agendas was holy and the other one was not. The question was what agenda are we following? Bulletin.
Jun 14, 2008
Who is the Most Amazing Man Alive? - Pastor McCowan shared about the most amazing man alive and how this individual has no equal. Who is this man? Just look and see. Bulletin.
July 12, 2008
What is the Church? Pastor McCowan shared on the subject of two churches—the Universal Church and the Local Church and how each one is different and has different functions and purposes. Outline, Bulletin.
Aug. 9, 2008
Going for the Gold - Pastor McCowan spoke on the Olympics and how athletes from all over world have gathered in Beijing, China to compete for metals and national prestige. Most of these athletes have gone into strict training giving up families, careers, and financial rewards just for the hope of participating in the games. So what spiritual lessons do we find in this kind of commitment? Are there any parallel truths in athletics that can help us in our own spiritual journey? Outline, Bulletin
Sep. 6, 2008
Culture War - Pastor McCowan spoke on the political atmosphere of our nation and how passionate dialog on issues is in reality the result of conflicting values and world views. Outline, Bulletin.
Oct. 4, 2008
The Meaning of Money - Pastor McCowan spoke on the topic of money and how our relationship to it needs to be tempered with our faith in God. Considering all that has happened in recent days with our economy and how our financial institutions have lost over trillions of dollars of value, makes it all the more important that we focus on God and put our faith in Him alone. Outline, Bulletin.
Oct 18, 2008
Faith on Trial - Pastor McCowan spoke on how trials are not necessarily a bad thing as they help us to exercise our faith so that we can develop stamina and we strong. However, we can sabotage this process when we complain and point fingers. Outline.
Nov 29, 2008
Danger, Danger - Pastor McCowan spoke on the dangerous times in which we live. However, he will not be discussing the economy, threat of terrorism, or the antireligious society in which we live. Instead, Pastor McCowan will be revealing from God’s Word the number one source of risk for God’s people. Bulletin, Outline.
Dec 13, 2008
The Star of Bethlehem - Pastor McCowan with the help of computer technology revealed the ancient sky of the Middle East so that we could see what probably made the Magi (Wise Men) travel across the dessert to worship a new king born in Israel. Bulletin.