• David Henderson

    Contributing sermons since Feb 7, 2005
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Eagle's Landing Baptist Church
Port Richey Florida , 34668
727 845 9095

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  • "Money Matters"

    Contributed on Jul 16, 2018

    Handling money properly is a basic task every leader must learn.

    Money Matters Nehemiah 5 Handling money properly is a basic task every leader must learn. There are very few projects that a church or business will undertake that do not involved some outlay of cash. Even Jesus addressed the importance of financial planning. Luke 14:28-30 TLB 28 “But more

  • "Discouragement: The Cause And The Cure"

    Contributed on Jul 16, 2018

    Why we get discourages and how to solve it. It has a lot to do with how wee deal with people.

    “Discouragement: the Cause and the Cure” Nehemiah 4 When my wife and I set out for seminary we moved to New Orleans. Seminary was placed there in 1917 now a century-old started they are because of the great need to spread the gospel in that area. We were both pleasantly surprised to find that more

  • "Getting Started"

    Contributed on Jul 16, 2018

    Nehemiah is a book about leadership. How do we get started?

    BIBLICAL LEADERSHIP “Getting Started” Nehemiah 1:1-11 In 2016 we had one of the most interesting presidential elections we have had in decades. Perhaps ever. Of course the win went to Donald Trump, a man with zero background in politics but he hit on several things that really spoke to the more

  • "Father Abraham: Leaving A Legacy That Lasts”

    Contributed on Jul 16, 2018

    This message focuses on leaving a legacy for our family to follow.

    “Father Abraham: Leaving a Legacy that Lasts”” Genesis 22:1-18 Curtis Strange, one of the golfers in the Master’s Tournament teed up on the 12th hole, hit a beautiful shot, it rolled right up and dropped in the cup for a hole in one. The crowd went crazy with applause. Cheering. Then Curtis more

  • "The Value Of A Great Plan"

    Contributed on Jul 2, 2018

    In this message we look at how leaders recognize the importance of planning. Our walk of faith does not exclude planning.

    “The Value of a Great Plan” Nehemiah 1:11-2:12 Perhaps all of us can recall our first job. Whether we were working part time or full time we all shared at least one thing in common. We had a boss. Someone in charge. A leader. Whether we enjoyed working for them is another matter-the point is, more

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  • All Of Us Face Distractions So There Are Lessons ...

    Contributed on May 7, 2007

    All of us face distractions so there are lessons here for all of us. The songwriter says though I’m tossed about with many a conflict and many a doubt, fightings within and fears without, O Lamb of God I come to you. So what’s the answer? Come to Jesus. Feel fear? Come to Jesus. Feel more

  • There Were 13 Treasuries In The Courtyard...each ...

    Contributed on May 7, 2007

    There were 13 treasuries in the courtyard...each one bearing a letter that signified the purpose of that particular treasury. Each one was shaped like a tall box with a trumpet...a large cone coming out of it... When someone would toss their money into it, it was possible to make the coins roll more

  • A Young Boy Came To Church One Cold Winter Day To ...

    Contributed on May 7, 2007

    A young boy came to church one cold winter day to get out of the blowing snow. He had been trying to sell newspapers but not a single customer had passed by because of the weather. He slipped into the back of the church, just hoping to get warm and catch up on his sleep. Though the Sunday crowd more

  • It's Interesting That There Has Been Such An ...

    Contributed on Jan 3, 2007

    It’s interesting that there has been such an increase of shows on television that involve the court room. These shows really are all about the judge. He or she is the focus of the program. There is an entire station now devoted to Court TV. It all started with the “people’s Court” and Judge more

  • One Course I Had In College Was In Adolescent ...

    Contributed on Jan 3, 2007

    One course I had in college was in adolescent psychology. Difficult class but the professor would let us bring a note card with as much information as we could get on it. That was a great help. Steve Winger writes about a final exam he took in a logic class at the university he attended. The more