Billy's church

New Hope Christain
Hutto, Texas 78634
(512) 218-9019

About Billy
  • Education: Billy Bob has a BA in Ministry from Dallas Christian College, a MS in counseling and a MCJ from the University of Central Texas.
  • Experience: Billy Bob preached his first sermon at the age of 14 at the Central Christian Church in Richardson, TEXAS. He did supply preaching while in High School and held several student ministries in Texas and Louisianna while at Dallas Christian College. He served with his father, the late Dr. Bob J. Cox, as a associate evangelist of TEXAS Evangelism, assisting in starting new churches in Texas and was the first minister of Woodland Christian Church in Timpson, TEXAS. From Timpson he moved to Florence, Colorado and worked in revitalizing a struggling older congregation. While there he worked to to support himself in industrial security and private investigations. He also became involved as Chaplain of the Fremont County Sherrif’s Office. In 1980 he began working in childcare in Texas and has been bi-vocation, working as a childcare administrator and consultant to churches and non-profits, while preaching in Waco, Taylor, Hutto and Belton, Texas.
  • Family: Billy Bob is married to Beverly and they have three daughters and 9 grandchildren.
  • Best advice given to me about preaching: Never stir up more snakes than you can kill with one stick.
  • What I want on my tombstone: I donated my body to medical science.
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Newest Sermons

  • Getting Ready For Christ To Come

    Contributed on Dec 8, 2005
    based on 39 ratings

    We do a lot to get ready for the coming of Christmas. Shouldn’t we do more to get ready for the coming of Jesus?

    Getting Ready For Christ to Come Mark 1:1-8 Introduction: How do you get ready for Christmas? Lots of folk start by buying a tree and decorating it. I’ve noticed retailers starting earlier and earlier. This used to it was after Thanksgiving (Macy’s parade being the kick-off) and then it more

  • Making Sure Of Your Election

    Contributed on Nov 4, 2002
    based on 9 ratings

    As we approach election day we need to be concerned about a far more important election than the one determining the government of our country.

    I was coming home from San Antonio Tuesday night and called my brother to see if he would like to meet me for coffee. He said no, he was on his way to the capital. He asked “when else in my lifetime will I get to see someone either accept or concede the Presidency of the United States?” So I met more