Education: I graduated from the Western High School in May 1983.
I graduated and earned my B.S. degree in Special Education in May 1989.
I graduated and earned my M.Ed degree in Special Education in Dec. 1997. I earned my Educational Specialist Degree in Educational Administration and Leadership from Nova Southeastern University in 2009. I am currently working on my doctorate degree in Christian Ministry from Grand Canyon University.
I plan to enter seminary either in the fall of 2003 or 200
Comment to those looking at my sermons: I’ve had some nice comments so far.
Sermon or series that made a difference: The sermon that had a lasting impact on my life was a sermon preached by Rev. Donnell Horn who is the pastor of the New Revelation Baptist Church. He preached a sermon in Dec. 1982 that was entitled, "I can’t wait until I am grown"-Luke 15:11-32. That sermon impacted me because it was that sermon that led me to re-dedicate my life back to Christ.
What my parents think of my sermons: They loved to hear me preach!!! They like my sermons.
Best advice given to me about preaching: The best advice given to me about preaching is to make sure that my sermons are Christ-centered, bibilically correct, and theological sound. Never go to church without a sermon prepared. Always be ready to preach by praying and studying God’s word. Don’t let the pulpit be the only place where you preach the gospel; preach the word everywhere!!!! Last but not least, if lawyers, teachers, and doctors go to school to be learn their profession, ministers should go to seminary, or bible c
Books that have had an impact: The books that has had an impact on my life are books that are written by Dr. Tony Evans, John McAthur, and Dr. Charles Stanley.
Hobbies: My hobbies are surfing the Net, working out, playing the piano, reading good Christian wholesome books, going to the movies, listening to jazz or gospel music, and working out.
If I could Preach one more time, I would say...: Jesus is Lord!!!!!!
Something funny that happened while preaching: The most funny thing happen when I was preaching to the children in children church was when I asked what was the names of the 3 Hebrew boys that was thrown into the fire furnance, one of the kids said, it was "Shadrach, Meshach, and a Billy Goat." The whole congregation laughed, including the little girl who gave the answer.
What I want on my tombstone: Rev. Charles McCall, A Servant of the Lord