• Jerry Dunn

    Contributing sermons since Jun 6, 2001
Jerry's church

First Baptist Church, Garden Lakes
Avondale, Arizona 85323
(6230 936-7148

About Jerry
  • Education: Received Doctor of Ministry Degree from International Seminary in 1999.
  • Experience: I have pastored churches in Texas, New Mexico, and Arizona for the past 27 years.
  • Comment to those looking at my sermons: I believe in preaching the ancient gospel to a modern world. I will not water down the gospel in order to attract men. There will always be those who are offended by the gospel, but let them be because the "preaching of the gospel is foolishness to them that perish, but to us which are saved it is the power of God."
  • Sermon or series that made a difference: Discipleship Series that was adapted from Oswald Sanders books on Spiritual Siscipleship.
  • Family: I am married and have two children (both grown and married). I have two grandchildren.
  • What my spouse (really) thinks of my sermons: My wife says that she likes my preaching and always learns from it. I hope so! She sits through the same sermon three times each Sunday morning.
  • Best advice given to me about preaching: "If it can’t be said in twenty-five minutes, it probably shouln’t be said at all."
  • Hobbies: Photography, woodworking, and writing. I have written three books: "Words for Abundant Living," "Why Did These Things Happen to Me? - (Subtitle) "Finding God’s Purpose for Our Sufferings", and "The Divine Ability of God."
  • What I want on my tombstone: He walked with God.
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Newest Sermons

  • Vision+faith+action=victory

    Contributed on Jul 26, 2002
    based on 229 ratings

    This sermon’s title was taken from another contributor: Glenn Queener. The body of the message is not at all the same as his outline. It is a message preached to challenge my people to move forward in the construction of our new facility even though there

    Vision + Faith + Action =Victory Joshua 6:1-5; 20 The text for the message this morning is one that is quite familiar to all of us. As children we used to sing songs about “Joshua and the battle of Jericho,” and how those walls came “a tumblin’ down.” This is, without question, one of the more

  • Whosoever Is Of A Willing Heart

    Contributed on Jul 26, 2002
    based on 50 ratings

    This is a sermon on total stewardship of life as seen through the abundance of giving for the building of the tabernacle in the wilderness.

    “Whosoever Is of a Willing Heart” Exodus 36:3-7 Over the past few weeks you have received a series of three letters from the Long Range Planning and Building Committee regarding today, as a special day, in which we hope to be able to eliminate our present indebtedness and move forward into more

  • A Sure Light In A Dark Place

    Contributed on May 15, 2002
    based on 28 ratings

    This message deals with the foundational truth that Jesus is the Christ.

    A Sure Light In A Dark Place 2 Peter 1:16-21 Two weeks ago I shared with you the third and final message in our series “The Heart of Worship.” In that message we found the disciples on Mount Tabor, the Mount of Transfiguration, with the Lord Jesus where they saw Him gloriously transfigured more

  • From The Depths To Deliverance

    Contributed on Mar 14, 2002
    based on 34 ratings

    The depths of sin and despair cause us to recognize our need for deliverance which can come only through Christ. It is from the depths that we cry to God.

    From the Depths to Deliverance Psalm 130 Many of the 150 psalms recorded in the Old Testament were written by David, King of Israel, and they vary between praise and petition. In some, David gives praise unto God for the wonder of His Person, and the power of His might as One who provides for more

  • A Letter That Reveals

    Contributed on Jun 8, 2001
    based on 61 ratings

    Introduction to Revelation and letters to seven churches.

    A Letter That Reveals... Revelation 1 Though I write very few personal letters, I do enjoy receiving them. Not much else delights my heart like that of receiving a letter from a family member, or from a close personal friend, in which they reveal bits of news that pertains to future events more