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  • Chuck Sligh

    Contributing sermons since Apr 14, 2011
Chuck's church

Grace Baptist Church
Grafenwoehr, *Province/Other 92655
+49 160-9647 5554

About Chuck
  • Education: BA in Secondary Education, June 1977 from Tennessee Temple University in Chattanooga TN.
  • Experience: Chuck was assistant pastor in two churches in the U.S. before becoming a missionary to the U.S. military with Baptist International Missions, Inc. Chuck was the missionary-pastor of 3 missionary works in Wiesbaden, Germany; Bicester, England; and is presently pastoring Grace Baptist Church in Grafenwoehr, Germany. The 2 churches in Germany were/are predominantly military churches. The church in England was turned into an English church, and is now indigenous and self-supporting.
  • Family: My wife, Susan, and I were married on AUG 10, 1974. Susan has been an incredible helpmeet, co-worker in the 5 churches we have ministered in, and serves at the admin assistant of Grace Baptist Church. We have 3 great sons: Chris is a worship leader in Chicago, Il., and with his wife, Sarah, have two children. Jon is an back in school to become a PA. Allen is married to Brooke and is in the Air Force.
  • What my parents think of my sermons: They thought I was one of the greatest preachers of the 20th Century. They were deluded, but I loved them for it.
  • What my spouse (really) thinks of my sermons: She says I get better with every passing year.
  • Best advice given to me about preaching: I visited an old preacher and hero of mine we called Preacher Michel in Durham, NC while he was on his deathbed. A young preacher, I asked him, "Preacher Michel, if you could give this young preacher one word of advice before you go on to glory, what would it be?" Without skipping a beat, he said, "Check your fly before you get up to preach!" All kidding aside, the best word of advice I ever heard was from Bill Gothard: Teach people HOW to do things for God, not just TO DO them.
  • Books that have had an impact: Recently: The Faith of God's Elect, by John F. Parkinson. Gave me a biblical understanding of election, not one funneled through the sieves of either philosophical systems of Calvinism or Arminianism. Lordship Salvation, by Charles Bing, Absolutely Free, by Zane C. Hodges & The Reign of the Servant Kings by Joseph C. Dillow. Cleared up the old Lordship Salvation vs. Free Grace argument for me. Heaven, by Rnady Alcorn. Made me wish I could go there now.
  • Hobbies: Reading.
  • If I could Preach one more time, I would say...: Believe on the Lord Jesus Christ and you will be saved. There is NOTHING more you must do to inherit eternal life, have a relationship with God and live eternally in heaven. Just take God at his Word and "BELIEVE ON THE LORD JESUS CHRIST."
  • Something funny that happened while preaching: In reviewing the previous week's Sun. PM study onDavid & Bathsheba, w/o forethought, I asked the mixed audience, "When David tried to get Bathsheba's husband to 'go in to her', what do you think he wanted them to do?" It got very quiet & I realized that didn't come out exactly as I meant it. One of our precious black ladies (we were about 40% black) spoke up & said, "Pastor, they was fellowshippin'." The crowd erupted. We never could announce a "fellowship" after that w/o snickers after that.
  • What I want on my tombstone: He gave his all for Jesus, his family and to others.
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  • His Name Shall Be Called…“The Mighty God”

    Contributed on Dec 9, 2018
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    When Isaiah prophesied that the Messiah would be “The Mighty God,” what are the implications of this fact? And practically, what does it mean for us? This sermon answers these questions.

    His Name Shall Be Called…“The Mighty God” Chuck Sligh Series: His Name Shall Be Called December 2, 2018 A PowerPoint slide presentation of this sermon is available upon request at chucksligh@hotmail.com. Adapted from a sermon by Alan Perkins on SermonCentral.com. TEXT: Isaiah 9:6 – “For unto us ...read more

  • Counselor

    Contributed on Dec 2, 2018
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    In his “birth announcement” of the coming Messiah, Isaiah said that Jesus’ name would be called “Wonderful Counselor.” This sermon examines three ways Jesus is our Wonderful Counselor.

    Counselor Chuck Sligh Series: His Name Shall Be Called December 2, 2018 A PowerPoint slide presentation of this sermon is available upon request at chucksligh@hotmail.com. Adapted from a sermon by Chuck Boman on SermonCentral.com. TEXT: Isaiah 9:6 – “For unto us a child is born, unto us a son is ...read more

  • How Great Thou Art

    Contributed on Nov 4, 2018
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    The 2nd most well-known song in the English language, after Amazing Grace, is How Great Thou Art. Interestingly, Psalm 145 mirrors the verses of this great hymn. This sermon extols God's greatness and goodness.

    How Great Thou Art November 4, 2018 Chuck Sligh NOTE: A PowerPoint is available for this sermon upon request by requesting it at chucksligh@hotmail.com. TEXT: Psalm 145:1-9 – “I will extol thee, my God, O king; and I will bless thy name for ever and ever. 2 Every day will I bless thee; and I will ...read more

  • The Great Commandment – Sermon 2: Loving God, Part 2

    Contributed on Jul 29, 2018
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    The Great Commandment commands us first to love God with every fiber of our being. This message is part 2 of the first part of the Great Commandment.

    The Great Commandment – Sermon 2: Loving God, Part 2 Series: The Great Commandment Chuck Sligh July 29, 2018 TEXT: Matthew 22:34-40 – “But when the Pharisees had heard that he had put the Sadducees to silence, they gathered together. 35 Then one of them,…a lawyer, asked him a question, ...read more

  • The Great Commandment – Sermon 1: Loving God

    Contributed on Jul 22, 2018
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    The main command of Christ for His people and the Church is to “love God and love people.” Everything else, Jesus taught, is secondary. This sermon is the first in a series on Jesus' Great Commandment.

    The Great Commandment – Sermon 1: Loving God Series: The Great Commandment Chuck Sligh July 22, 2018 NOTE: A PowerPoint presentation is available for this sermon by request at chucksligh@hotmail.com. TEXT: Matthew 22:34-40 – “But when the Pharisees had heard that he had put the Sadducees ...read more

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  • What Does "All" Mean?

    Contributed on Apr 14, 2013
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    WHAT DOES "ALL" MEAN? I know people who are carrying around a load of guilt over the past and they're loaded down with this extra weight God doesn't want them to have. I remember a lady in my church in Wiesbaden I'll call Jill. Jill had rebelled against her parents, had been on drugs, had had ...read more

  • Corporate Discipleship

    Contributed on Jan 6, 2013
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    CORPORATE DISCIPLESHIP Did you know that there is not a single case of "one-on-one discipleship" in the New Testament? The choice to become and remain a disciple rests with individuals, but discipleship is always nurtured corporately. Discipleship is not a course you go through; it’s a life you ...read more

  • Fulfilling Your Purpose

    Contributed on Apr 24, 2012
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    FULFILLING YOUR PURPOSE When we lived in Wiesbaden, some missionary friends bought a German toaster. When they got home, they plugged it in, placed some bread in it, and then waited for the toast to pop up a few minutes later. Well, the toast never did pop up from it because...well, it didn’t ...read more

  • Predestination

    Contributed on Mar 19, 2012
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    PREDESTINATION Rather than predetermining a person’s FATE, predestination predetermines a believer’s FOCUS—that is, God’s eternal purposes, goals and privileges for him. Every instance of the word “predestinate” in the New Testament refers to some purpose, goal or privilege that God has ...read more

  • Wearing 30,000 Bibles

    Contributed on Feb 26, 2012
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    WEARING 30,000 BIBLES Years ago a missionary returned to England for a brief furlough after many years of faithful service in India. He was invited to a dinner at a great summer resort where he met many women of prominence and position. After dinner he went to his room and penned a ...read more