• Brandon Cox

    Contributing sermons since Nov 9, 2011
Brandon's church

Grace Hills Church
, Arkansas

About Brandon
  • Education: Attended Central Baptist College and Western Kentucky University.
  • Experience: Fourteen years as a Lead Pastor as well as serving on staff at Saddleback Church. Now Lead Pastor of a church planted in 2011.
  • Family: Married to Angie with three kids: Ella, Sam, and Drew.
  • Best advice given to me about preaching: Expound the Word of God, then drive it home in the hearts of the listeners. Build a bridge from the "then and there" of the text to the "here and now" of life.
  • Books that have had an impact: Standing on the Promises, by W. A. Criswell and The Purpose Driven Church by Rick Warren.
  • Something funny that happened while preaching: A man died. We stopped the service. The EMT's brought him back and he was okay. Even though we stopped the services, our deacons were standing at the door with collection plates.
  • What I want on my tombstone: I told you guys I was sick!
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  • Uncommon Knowledge

    Contributed on Aug 15, 2017

    Once you KNOW, understand, and embrace the good news of the gospel, you can start living the uncommon life. What I know will make all the difference.

    What does the common life look like? Exhausted. Worried. Stressed. Angry. Hopeless. Surviving. We’ve got issues. We’ve got problems. How is common working out for you? Jesus came to give us a better way. A narrow way. Jesus offers anyone and everyone a pathway to an uncommon more

  • The Joy Of Living A Grace-Based Life

    Contributed on Nov 9, 2011
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    Every believer in Christ has a right standing with God, and can therefore walk in spiritual confidence! We can move from living by rule-keeping to living by grace.

    How Most of Us Live - Based on rules - For the approval of others - For our own version of success Romans 5:1-5 Our State vs. Our Standing John Phillips talks about the difference between our standing as believers, and our state as believers. Our standing is that we are perfect more

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