John's church

Taconic Chrisian Church
Shrub Oak, New York 10588

About John
  • Education: Ozark Christian College (BTh) and Cincinnati Christian University (Seminary) MA
  • Experience: 38 years of ministry in mostly small churches in the midwest and 10 years in New York state.
  • Family: My wife is the daughter of a minister and two of our three daughters are married to Christian Church ministers.
  • What my parents think of my sermons: Deceased
  • Books that have had an impact: Faith That Endures (Boyd-MacMillan), ABCs of American Culture, (Nussbaum)
  • Hobbies: Running, golf, home repair and computers
  • Something funny that happened while preaching: I was telling an illustration about cutting down a tree when the artificial tree on the stage fell over.
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Newest Sermons

  • Adventures In Life Management

    Contributed on Nov 9, 2006
    based on 7 ratings

    What the world sees as financial success Jesus sees as "foolish."

    ADVENTURES IN LIFE MANAGEMENT (stewardship) John L King, Taconic Christian Church, Shrub Oak, New York Introduction (sarcasm) •Jesus told a parable about A Rich Man in Luke 12 This guy was Rich and famous. (Tell parable in own words) •This rich man had evidently been very successful and more

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Newest Sermon Illustrations

  • Mark Morford (Columnist At San Francisco ...

    Contributed on Nov 9, 2006

    Mark Morford (columnist at San Francisco Chronicle):” There remains this enormous and wicked socio-cultural myth. It is this: Hard work is all there is. a) Work hard and the world respects you. b)Work hard and you can have anything you want. c)Work really extra super hard and do nothing more

  • Personal Priority Inventory (From Sermon: The ...

    Contributed on Nov 9, 2006

    Personal Priority Inventory (from sermon: The Foolish Rich Person, Sermon Central) 1. There is a time in my life when I made a decision to give up the things of this world to follow Christ. ___yes ___no 2. If confronted with that choice today I would follow Christ even if I had to give up all more