Greg's church

Envoy Christian Mission
Xenia, Ohio 45385
(937) 372-7687

About Greg
  • Education: B.A. in Christian Ministries M.A. in Practical Ministries M.A. in Organizational Development
  • Experience: 6 years missionary in Montevideo, Uruguay 12 years missionary in Buenos Aires, Argentina
  • Sermon or series that made a difference: The book of Revelation Discipleship The Ten Commandments
  • Family: My wife’s name is Dawn and we have three children: Adina (21), Leah (19) and Aaron (11). Adina is a Junior at Cincinnati Bible College and Leah will start this year at that same educational institution.
  • What my spouse (really) thinks of my sermons: She is very appreciative of my sermons. She often says how much she gets from them.
  • Best advice given to me about preaching: Never forget that sound exegesis and the living voice of God are not strangers to one another, but rather intimately linked in one word-spirit communicative process.
  • Books that have had an impact: The Divine Conspiracy by Dallas Willard Knowledge of the Holy by A. W. Tozer Getting to Yes: Negotiating Agreement Without Giving In by Roger Fisher & William Ury. Organization Culture & Leadership by Edgar H. Schein The Christian System by Alexander Campbell
  • Hobbies: Programming with Microsoft Access Hiking
  • If I could Preach one more time, I would say...: Keep you eyes on Jesus.
  • Something funny that happened while preaching: While giving the closing invitational prayer, after an outdoor evangelistic message, with eyes closed I stepped off the three-foot high platform and landed still standing. Nobody noticed, since they too had their eyes closed.
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  • The Living Church

    Contributed on Feb 3, 2003
    based on 57 ratings

    This sermons draws out the similarities between a human body and the Body of Christ (the Church).

    The Church is a living body . . . the body of Christ. Upon close examination, we find that the Church shares many characteristics with the physical human body. I. A BODY IS UNITED. A. The members of a healthy body work together to accomplish things. 1. The brain sends commands to more

  • The Source

    Contributed on Dec 10, 2002
    based on 54 ratings

    Jesus points the Samaritan woman toward a relationship with God as the source of life.

    I. THE STORY IS SAD AND ALL TOO FAMILIAR. Nobody knows it better than a woman who lived nearly two millenniums ago in a remote village in northern Palestine. She had made what she thought was a good decision, to marry the man of her dreams. However, it was not long before she started more

  • Dirty Barns

    Contributed on Dec 10, 2002
    based on 50 ratings

    Evangelism is like raising oxen.

    "Where no oxen are, the manger is clean, But much revenue comes by the strength of the ox" (Prov. 14:4). INTRODUCTION: What does this have to do with evangelism or missions? I. EVANGELISM IS MESSY. A. Like the oxen in this proverb, dealing with people--bringing in new people and more

  • Walking Through The Door Of Faith

    Contributed on Nov 30, 2002
    based on 71 ratings

    The process by which truth can become a life-transforming power.

    (The Bible reading can include vv. 28-59) Introduction: A. Jesus is calling us to be His disciples. This calling includes a new commitment to the TRUTH. B. Three important questions: 1. What is the truth? 2. Where can I find the truth? 3. What do I do with it, once I find more

  • Puesto Los Ojos En Jesús

    Contributed on Nov 30, 2002
    based on 174 ratings

    La importancia de mantener nuestra mirada en Jesús y lo que pasa cuando no lo hacemos.

    PUESTO LOS OJOS EN JESÚS «. . . puestos los ojos en Jesús, el autor y consumador de la fe, quien por el gozo puesto delante de Él soportó la cruz, menospreciando la vergüenza, y se ha sentado a la diestra del trono de Dios» (Hebreos 12:2). INTRODUCCIÓN A. Introducción al Texto. Como more

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