Welcome to my sermon archive page!
The following are a sampling of sermons I have delivered from the pulpit at Riverside Baptist Church, along with a few other places. Unfortunately, none of the recordings are from where I am now the pastor, South Soddy Baptist Church.
I do not have the spare change to buy the extra memory available through WordPress. Therefore, the following links will be to an offsite website to which I upload the recordings.
Most all of these recordings were made on my iPhone 4s, then edited with Audacity (free software) on my computer (Riverside Baptist did not have the technology to digitally record).
My prayer is that these sermons will be used by God to minister to people all around the world. If God uses one to speak to you, I’d love to hear about it!
This sermon was delivered at South Soddy Baptist on the Sunday before Memorial Day, 2018. But believe me, it’s more than a sermon about fallen soldiers – much more.
“Romans 14: A Sermon On Legalism” (April 15, 2018)
“The ‘5 Love Languages’ and How God Speaks Them” (Feb. 4, 2018)
I can’t believe it has been so long since the last time I uploaded a new sermon to this page! Well, here’s a brand new one from this past Sunday, and it’s one that was delivered at a new church, too. Since the last time I uploaded any sermons to my blog, I’ve become the pastor of South Soddy Baptist in Soddy-Daisy, TN (Feb. 2017).
“The Harmful Effects of Drought” (2016)
I always love it when I’m invited to preach at Mile Straight Baptist Church. One thing I like is their audio/visual capabilities, and so I’m happy to provide you a link to watch.
“We Preach Jesus!” (Recorded at Chinhoyi Baptist Church, Chinhoyi, Zimbabwe)
“While Waiting In Athens” (4/03/2016) From Acts 17:14-23
Why the Cross? (3/20/2016)
This sermon answers some of the questions surrounding why Jesus HAD to be crucified.
“Who Am I?” (1/24/16)
I was reading the story of Moses in Exodus 3 and was struck by the sad and painful question Moses asked God: “Who am I, that I should go unto Pharaoh, and that I should bring forth the children of Israel out of Egypt?” There was a lot more to that question than “Who am I?” That’s why I took the time to ask some more questions and give a few answers from the Bible. Should you be like me, there are probably times when you don’t feel worthy or qualified to be used by God for anything. Well, be encouraged! If God can use Moses, he can use you!
Are You Hurting? Jesus Understands. (1/17/16)
This sermon aired on the radio on January 17. It was a condensed version of the message I had shared that previous Wednesday night with our congregation. The Scriptures referenced were Hebrews 4:15 and Isaiah 53:5. You see, Jesus suffered about every kind of pain we can imagine, if not worse. So, it’s not a stretch to say that Jesus understands what we feel, both emotionally and physically.
Don’t Be a Fool In 2016: 12 Marks of a Fool (12/27/15)
This sermon is one which was aired on our local radio program. It was the last broadcast for the year. Someone actually told me it was a good message 😉
Acts 11: Three Things About Barnabas (11/15/15 p.m. service)
For some reason I did not record this message when I first preached it at Riverside in the Sunday evening service. However, I did use the same outlined and preached the following shortened version for the radio broadcast.
Thankful for God’s Goodness (11/15/15 a.m. service)
This is the second of three messages in a series for Thanksgiving 2015.
Thankful for Grace (11/08/15)
This is the first of three messages for the Thanksgiving season of 2015. I am so thankful for God’s amazing grace!
Don’t Take the Devil’s Offer (11/01/15)
The following sermon was recorded for the radio broadcast to be aired on Sunday evening, November 1, 2015. It is based on Psalm 2 and Luke 4.
It Is Well With My Soul (And Why) (11/01/15 a.m. service)
Every once in a while I preach a sermon based on a song. What I do is use the song as sort of an outline. I know some preachers totally avoid topical sermons, but I feel there is a place and time for them. My apologies up front for my singing 🙂
Acts 10: The Gospel Comes to the Gentiles (10/25/15 pm service)
The following is an example of a sermon delivered in a typical laid-back expository style. Sunday evenings are usually more conversational being that the crowds are smaller and the energy level is not as high.
A Review of Acts 1-9 (10/18/15)
I preached this message in order to help my congregation remember the main points from the first nine chapters of the Book of Acts. Next week, Lord willing, I will be preaching from Acts 10, but in this message I wanted to take the time to get everyone up to speed.
As an added bonus, my middle daughter, Katie, starts everything off with a personal testimony 🙂
Ananias and Sapphira: Acts 5 and 6 (9/06/15)
They Had Been With Jesus: Acts 4:13 (8/23/15)
The Healing of the Lame Man: Acts 3 (8/02/15)
Acts Chapter 2, Message 2 (7/26/15)
Acts 2, Message 1 (7/12/15)
Acts Chapter 1, Message 2 (6/28/15)
Acts Chapter 1, Message 1, Edited for Radio (6/14/15)