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  • Glenn Hickey

    Contributing sermons since Jun 9, 2003
Glenn's church

Calvary Baptist Church
LIttle Rock, Arkansas 72207
501-663-8303

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  • All Have Sinned

    Contributed on Jan 25, 2008
    based on 1 rating
     | 1,362 views

    the sin problem is a deadly virus, a universal illness, a malady with deadly consequences if not treated and dealt with.

    Have you heard anything recently about the bird flu scare? Several years ago we were all scared to death of the Avian Flu. It was to be the greatest pandemic in the history of mankind. It was predicted that this virus would mutate and become communicable from human to human and would spread ...read more

  • Found Faithful

    Contributed on Jan 25, 2008
    based on 14 ratings
     | 11,994 views

    The world values success while God values faithfulness.

    I have often wished that the world had some kind of popularity contest on the value we place on certain words in our English language. I would especially like to see a popularity contest on two words: “success” and “faithfulness”. I am quite sure that “success” would win out overwhelmingly. ...read more

  • On Eagle's Wings: The God-Directed Life

    Contributed on Jun 10, 2003
    based on 159 ratings
     | 13,078 views

    For those who wait upon Him, God promises His strength and His direction for life

    ON EAGLE’S WINGS: THE GOD-DIRECTED LIFE SCRIPTURE TEXT: Isaiah 40:29-31. This is one of those passages of Scripture that has become for many of us one of our "life" verses — a passage that stays with us throughout all of life’s experiences. It is one that we have often fallen back on in the ...read more

  • A Biblical View Of Fatherhood

    Contributed on Jun 9, 2003
    based on 189 ratings
     | 23,454 views

    The Bible provides helpful, relevant guidelines for today’s fathers.

    A BIBLICAL VIEW OF FATHERHOOD SCRIPTURE TEXT: Ephesians 6:1-4; Colossians 3:20-21 Fatherhood is not doing well in our modern society. Consider these facts from a man who wrote a book on the subject in 1995 entitled Fatherless America. Here is some of what he said: 1. Tonight, 40% of ...read more

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  • Some Years Ago The Minnesota Crime Commission ...

    Contributed on Jan 25, 2008
    based on 2 ratings
     | 522 views

    Some years ago the Minnesota Crime Commission released a statement which said: ‘‘Every baby starts life as a little savage. He is completely selfish, and self-centered. He wants what he wants when he wants it –– his bottle, his mother’’s attention, his playmate’s toys, his uncle’s watch. Deny him ...read more

  • It Had Been A Good Day In Mosul, Iraq. Five So. ...

    Contributed on Jan 25, 2008
    based on 16 ratings
     | 961 views

    It had been a good day in Mosul, Iraq. Five So. Baptist workers were making progress toward a water purification project. They had met with officials and laughed with new Iraqi friends. They were headed home for a night’s rest before starting again the next morning. But they never made it ...read more

  • Concrete Love

    Contributed on Jun 10, 2003
    based on 30 ratings
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    CONCRETE LOVE Pastor Joel Gregory tells the story of a seminary professor who taught the Christian graces of love and forbearance for forty years until he retired. Occupying himself in his retirement years, he poured a new concrete driveway to his house. Finished, he went in to rest and ...read more

  • A Lady Called American Airlines And Asked The ...

    Contributed on Jun 10, 2003
    based on 12 ratings
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    A lady called American Airlines and asked the reservation clerk, "How long does it take to get from Dallas-Fort Worth to Frankfort, Germany?" The clerk had to wait a moment for the information to come up on her computer screen, so she said, "Just a minute." The caller responded, "Thanks very ...read more

  • In The Movie, "Dead Poets Society," Neil Perry ...

    Contributed on Jun 9, 2003
    based on 12 ratings
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    In the movie, "Dead Poets Society," Neil Perry was a boy from a wealthy family studying in a very exclusive New England prep school. He wanted very much to become an actor when he grew up. But his father wanted him to be a medical doctor. The school produced a play in which Neil had the lead ...read more