Day1 Weekly Programs by The Rev. Dr. Charles Reeb
Tuesday November 06, 2018
Dr. Charley Reeb delves into the important questions: Why Christianity? What makes Christianity so special? John’s first chapter, he says, wonderfully explains WHY Jesus is so compelling and life-changing. John tells us that those who are open to understanding and experiencing God’s personality and light will be transformed by it.
Tuesday October 30, 2018
Dr. Charley Reeb says one big reason why more people aren’t Christian is other Christians--those who are judgmental rather than joyful, negative rather than encouraging, and anything but loving. How can we avoid getting wrapped up in our capes that represent some opinion or judgment or political view?
Tuesday September 13, 2016
In his second sermon on a popular and beloved Scripture text, Dr. Charley Reeb explores Philippians 4:10-13, and reveals the Apostle Paul's secret to contentment in life despite the circumstances.
Tuesday September 06, 2016
John 3:16-17 is one of the most popular and beloved texts in the Christian Scriptures. Dr. Charley Reeb unpacks it for us in a fresh way, explaining that it captures the "gospel in miniature."
Tuesday June 10, 2014
Dr. Charley Reeb explores Jesus' Great Commission, and offers a challenge to us today to make it a passionate part of our life mission to make disciples of Christ.
Tuesday June 03, 2014
In his sermon for Pentecost Sunday, Dr. Charley Reeb calls us to celebrate the birthday of the church, and to open ourselves up to the power of the Spirit in our everyday lives.
Tuesday August 10, 2010
The Rev. Dr. Charles Reeb offers encouragement from the book of Hebrews to keep running with perseverance the race of faith set before us.
Tuesday August 03, 2010
The Rev. Dr. Charles Reeb says "Life is unpredictable. Life is filled with uncertainties." How do we respond when we encounter pain and suffering in our life? Hebrews 11 reveals the faith that can bring peace in the midst of the storm.
Sunday September 25, 2005
The Rev. Charles Reeb, pastor of Tuskawilla United Methodist Church in Casselberry, Florida, concludes his series on the great "wonders" of the faith with his sermon based on Romans 12:1-2, "I Wonder About God's Will for My Life."
Sunday September 18, 2005
The Rev. Charles Reeb, pastor of Tuskawilla United Methodist Church in Casselberry, Florida, continues his series on the great "wonders" of the faith with his sermon entitled, "I Wonder Why My Prayers Go Unanswered," based on Luke 11:1-13.
Sunday September 11, 2005
Rev. Charles Reeb, pastor of Tuskawilla United Methodist Church in Casselberry, Florida, brings the first of three sermons on the "great wonders of the faith," with his first sermon entitled "I Wonder Why Bad Things Happen to Good People."
Articles by The Rev. Dr. Charles Reeb
Charley Reeb: Why We Loved the Royal Wedding Sermon: A Homiletical Analysis of Bishop Michael Curry’s Sermon
Tuesday June 05, 2018
Over the last few days it seems the whole world has been talking about a 14 minute sermon. In addition to being encouraged by the world’s response to this gospel message, I believe preachers can learn a great deal from Bishop Curry’s sermon. There are important homiletic elements to Curry’s message that made it so effective. Below you will find the full transcript of the sermon along with my commentary.
Video by The Rev. Dr. Charles Reeb
Saturday December 12, 2020
Day1 presents a video Book Launch Party for the new book, "Bread Enough for All: A Day1 Guide to Life," published by Church Publishing, Inc. Join Day1 host Peter Wallace and seven outstanding preachers/church leaders who share their sermon excerpts from the book and engage in conversation and Q&A: Joanna M. Adams, Anna Carter Florence, William Flippin Jr., Juan Carlos Huertas, Micah Jackson, Charley Reeb, and Ozzie Smith Jr.
Thursday August 12, 2010
The Rev. Dr. Charlie Reeb joins the host of Day1, Peter Wallace, for a wide ranging discussion focused on his work as senior pastor at Pasadena Community Church UMC, the future of the mainline church, and the growing problem of consumerism of the church today and how to fix it.