• Dennis Lee

    Contributing sermons since Jan 13, 2016
Dennis's church

Living Waters Fellowship
Mesquite, Nevada 89027

About Dennis
  • Education: Graduated from the University of Nevada Las Vegas with a Bachelors in Business Administration. Graduated with a Masters of Arts in Theology from Talbot School of Theology Received a Masters of Divinity equivalency degree from Fuller Theological Seminary
  • Experience: After graduation from Talbot in 1995 Dennis took over as senior pastor of Hallelujah Christian Fellowship, a non-denominational church in Las Vegas, Nevada. After 10 years he moved to Mesquite, Nevada, where he is presently the senior pastor of Living Waters Fellowship, a Foursquare church. Dennis is a prolific writer, writing articles for both local newspapers. He has also finished his first book, "From Here to There: A Journey to Spiritual Transformation," and has two more being worked on.
  • Comment to those looking at my sermons: My sermons are written out in manuscript form It's from my sermons that chapters of my books form and develop. Everyone is welcome to use everything without needing to give credit. Freely I have received, therefore freely I give. It's a blessing to help others the way I have been helped.
  • One of my favorite illustrations: Heaven is the place where a believer's heart longs to be. Our healing will never come at the expense of someone else's pain.
  • Family: Married to Michaela Lee, an ordained pastor with Foursquare. We have four children and ten grandchildren.
  • What my spouse (really) thinks of my sermons: Spirit driven and feeds the spirit well. But she walked away while saying it, so at this point not entirely sure.
  • Best advice given to me about preaching: Be biblical, preach from God's word, and be yourself, not somebody else.
  • Books that have had an impact: Authors: Alan Redpath, Henry Blackaby, John Piper, Jack Hayford, John Stott, Jim Cymbal, plus many more.
  • Hobbies: Loves to snow ski and read.
  • If I could Preach one more time, I would say...: I always want the people to know that God loves them just the way they are, but at the same time, He doesn't want them to remain in their compromises and sin. Also, church isn't about being in a religion; rather it's about having a relationship with Jesus Christ.
  • Something funny that happened while preaching: Too many mistakes to name, from wrong words to having my zipper open, and being told by a very caring parishioner, who would willingly and lovingly let me know either or both.
  • What I want on my tombstone: After he served this generation for the Lord, he fell asleep.
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  • "Minas And Me:" The Parable Of The Minas

    Contributed on Sep 10, 2023
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    In the parable of the Minas, or what I am calling, “Minas and Me,” we are looking at the meaning behind the parable and the minas Jesus used as an example. And what the parable says, and what the minas mean, will define our mission until Jesus returns.

    Parables to Live By “Minas and Me:” The Parable of the Minas Luke 19:11-27 Watch on YouTube channel: During the late 70s and early 80s, there was great expectation within the church that Jesus would be returning soon. The reason was because more

  • "Prayers The God Hears:" The Pharisee And Tax Collector

    Contributed on Sep 3, 2023
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    In the parable of the Pharisee and Tax Collector, we’ll be looking at those prayers God hears. However, is all speech skyward prayer, and are they the prayers God hears and answers. In a study of contrast, Jesus’s looks at prayer and the type of prayers God hears.

    Parables to Live By “Prayers the God Hears: The Pharisee and Tax Collector” Luke 18:9-14 Watch on YouTube channel: Over the years, I’ve seen and heard quite a few prayers, and what others consider being the type of prayers that God hears. Now, almost more

  • "a Crypt-Tic Tale:" The Rich Man And Lazarus

    Contributed on Aug 27, 2023
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    We’ve been looking at a series of parables from Luke’s gospel that have been leading to one of the most profound parables of them all; the story the rich man and Lazarus, or what I’m calling, “A Crypt-tic Tale.” Its moral is to listen to God now or regret if for eternity.

    Parables to Live By “A Crypt-tic Tale: The Rich Man and Lazarus” Luke 16:19-31 Watch on YouTube channel: Over the last several months, we’ve been looking at a series of stories told by Jesus to an eclectic group of individuals; from tax-collectors to more

  • "Shrewd Is Good:" The Unjust Steward

    Contributed on Aug 13, 2023
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    This week’s “Parables to Live By,” has been a mystery for many, and one of the most challenging so far. It’s the parable, “The Unjust Steward.” It’s a story that can easily come straight out of this week’s news. Come and find out why Jesus commends shrewdness.

    Parable to Live By? “Shrewd is Good:" The Unjust Steward Luke 16:1-13 Watch on YouTube channel: This parable has always been somewhat of a mystery to many and why it was even taught by Jesus, so I’ve done multiple studies on it, especially with more

  • "a Heavenly Party:" The Parable Of Lost Things

    Contributed on Aug 6, 2023
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    In today’s “Parables to Live By,” we’ll be looking at what causes heaven to have a party, and the heavenly party God’s got planned along with His guest list in the parable that Jesus taught on lost things.

    Parables to Live By A Heavenly Party: “The Parable of Lost Things” Luke 15 You Tube Channel: How many of you have lost something that was precious or important to you? For myself, this seems to be the norm. I’ve lost just about everything, more

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