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John Baggett

Contributor since: Jul 2, 2003
Denomination: Baptist

About John Baggett

Education: John is a graduate of Mid-Continent College located in Mayfield, Kentucky. There he received his bachelors degree in Biblical Studies and Christian Education.

Comment to those looking at my sermons: God’s Best To You!

Sermon or series that made a difference: John has enjoyed searching the depths of Old Testament wonder such as: The 10 Commandments and Nehemiah as well as Esther These areas as well as the life of David have all been great rewarding areas.

One of my favorite illustrations: To many to choose from

What my parents think of my sermons: Mom has never heard a better preacher then her son...surprise. Dad thinks I have quite an obvious knack for preaching... He might be a tad biased.

What my spouse (really) thinks of my sermons: She has heard better and she has heard worse.

Best advice given to me about preaching: Have a heart gentle as a lamb and skin as tough as an elephant.

Books that have had an impact: The Apostolic Preaching of the Cross Leon Morris Joseph Alexander’s work on Psalms Alva J. McClain on Romans - The Gospel of God’s Grace

Hobbies: Some of John’s interest include writing, fishing, and spending time in the outdoors.

If I could Preach one more time, I would say...: All that you are must be saturated with Jesus All that you own belongs to Him All that you need is Him

Something funny that happened while preaching: One Sunday morning in the closing portion of my message A good hearted southern gentleman who said a hearty amen to every other sentance the pastor said left the congregation in great laughter when the the pastor said "And I am gonna close with this third and final point." To which the gentleman gave a heart felt "Praise the Lord." The congregation roared with laughter....The man came forward durring the invitation to ask for forgiveness. :)

What I want on my tombstone: Gone To Be Totally With Jesus