Education: My education level: I just completed high school on May 18, 2001 and I graduated on May 19, 2001. I will be attending college and I will be obtaining a double major in Computer Sciences and Education. I would like to receive my master’s degree in Education and I would later like to teach Secondary Education with a major in English.
I then would like to receive my doctorate degree in Theology.
Comment to those looking at my sermons: I would first like to thank you and I appreciate your support. I am eighteen years old, so don’t judge my sermons as critical as you would judge a minister’s sermon whose been preaching several years.
I feel that experience means a lot and it helps get the message across better.
Sermon or series that made a difference: I think the sermon that made the most difference in my life is the one I posted, "The Walls Must Come Down..." This sermon benefited me the most because I was going through some things and this sermon gave me the understanding that if I do like they did concerning Jericho, I would be alright. I had to realize that my breakthrough was in my praise.
One of my favorite illustrations: I like the illustration in the Bible concerning Jonah. It causes me too understand, if I get out of the will of God, this is what will happen to me. I fear getting out of the will of God and disobeying the word of God.
Family: I am the oldest amongst my brothers Quinton, and Christopher. My mother is Ms. Viola Cummings and my grandmother name is; Ms. Ida Mae Cummings. I have three aunts and seven uncles. They all reside in different parts of the United States.
What my parents think of my sermons: My parents think my sermons are sometimes too audacious. As a young preacher, 18 years old, I speak so bold and I speak the words of truth. I want people everywhere to know, the wages of sin is death, but the gift of God is eternal life.
What my spouse (really) thinks of my sermons: I don’t have a spouse. My girlfriend supports me in my sermons because she knows that the truth will stand when lies fall.
Best advice given to me about preaching: The best advice given to me about preaching is, you have your own identity, just be yourself.
Books that have had an impact: The book that had an impact upon my life was: "How to Succeed at Being Yourself" by Joyce Meyer. This book had the greatest impact on my life because I struggled so many years trying to be someone else. I also wanted people to think I had things I didn’t have. I got hold to this book and it changed my life forever and since then, I have gained a new understanding of life and knowing I can be whom God has called me to be. Genesis 1:26, "So God created man in his own image and in the likeness of him he created man..."
Hobbies: My hobbies includes: writing, reading, traveling, and spending time with young people. I recently wrote a book entitled: "The Vision, The Testimony, and The Savior..." This is an anointed book and it was given to me by God. This book is going to bless you, so stay abreast and look for it soon.
If I could Preach one more time, I would say...: If you don’t get your house in order, you’re going to HELL!
Something funny that happened while preaching: The most funniest things that has ever happened is, I was in the pulpit and a preacher came to the pulpit and called somebody’s name and crack a joke. I thought he was talking about somebody else, he was talking about me. He said, I know now that God doesn’t just make old fat preachers, he make young fat ones too.
I was embarrassed!