Contributors
  • Jerry Falwell

    Contributing sermons since Dec 3, 2001
Jerry's church

Thomas Road Baptist Church
Lynchburg Virginia , 24502
434-239-9281

About Jerry
  • Education: Attended Lynchburg College, Lynchburg, Va. Graduate of Baptist Bible College, Springfield, Mo., Theology (1956) Honorary Tennessee Temple Theological, Doctor of Divinity Degrees: California Graduate School of Theology, Doctor of Letters Central University, Seoul, Korea, Doctor of Laws
  • Experience: Honors: Clergyman of the Year in America, Religious Heritage of America (1979) Notable Facts: Jabotinsky Centennial Medal, for friendship to Israel; Presented by Prime Minister Menachem Begin (1980) Christian Humanitarian of the Year, Food for the Hungry International (1981) Most Admired Man Not in Congress, Conservative Digest (1983) Voted among 10 Most Admired Men in America, Good Housekeeping Poll Named one of the 25 Most Influential People in America, U.S. News & World Report (1983) Debated New Zealand Prime Minister David Lange, defending the “Western Nuclear Alliance,” at Oxford Debating Society (1985) Featured on the covers of Newsweek and Time, and on countless print and broadcast outlets Speaker at dozens of colleges and universities including Harvard, Princeton, Yale, Dartmouth, UCLA, and Notre Dame Met privately numerous times with U.S. Presidents George Bush, Ronald Reagan, Gerald Ford, and Richard Nixon Met with world leaders such as Egyptian President Anwar Sadat, South African President F.W. DeKlerk, Jordan’s King Hussein, and Israeli Prime Ministers Begin, Shamir, Rabin, Peres, and Netanyahu Led missionary and humanitarian efforts in nations around the world including Haiti, Guatemala, Thailand, Sudan, Ethiopia, Romania, Korea, India, Philippines, and the former Soviet Union
  • Family: Wife, Macel Pate Falwell Two sons, Jerry Falwell, Jr., Attorney, Lynchburg, Va. and Jonathan Falwell, Executive Pastor of Thomas Road Baptist Church, Lynchburg Va. One daughter, Jeannie Falwell Savas, Surgeon, Richmond, Va.
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  • Lesson 2: Cornelius' Family And Friends

    Contributed on Oct 26, 2009
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    How to be a Godly friend and be receptive to those in need.

    A. HOW DOES THE WORLD CHOOSE? 1. The world is awed by giants, i.e., Goliath over nine feet tall. · Win battles · Stand tall as examples · Rally the troops 2. The world is awed by billionaire industrialists. · Money is power ...read more

  • God Give Us Men

    Contributed on Sep 25, 2009
    based on 14 ratings
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    A Father’s Day sermon.

    A FATHER’S DAY PRAYER “GOD GIVE US MEN” By Jerry Falwell “And I sought for a man among them, that should make up the hedge, and stand in the gap before me for the land, that I should not destroy it: but I found none” (Ezek. 22:30). This verse is usually used with ...read more

  • Give Me Liberty

    Contributed on Sep 25, 2009
    based on 11 ratings
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    A sermon preached on the Christian foundation of America.

    GIVE ME LIBERTY A sermon preached by Jerry Falwell This is an encyclopedia survey of Patrick Henry because most Americans only know Patrick Henry by one phrase from a speech, not his total influence. Henry, Patrick (1736-99) was born to a prosperous farming family in Hanover ...read more

  • A New Way Of Doing Ministry

    Contributed on Sep 22, 2009
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    Different ways of accomplishing ministry.

    A NEW WAY OF DOING MINISTRY By JERRY FALWELL A. INTRODUCTION. “Behold I will do a new thing . . . ”(Isaiah 43:19). I know this first is a reference to the coming Millennium, but God has always been doing new things in ministry. Today, I want to remind you of the new things that God has ...read more

  • Sacrifice

    Contributed on Sep 22, 2009
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    Ten reasons to sacrifice.

    Sacrifice 1. It is not a sacrifice if you have not willing given it up. Many people think that they are sacrificing for God if they are not driving a Cadillac, not living in the riches part of town, or not wearing the finest clothes. However, they are not able to have the best; so it is not a ...read more

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