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  • Ken Mckinley

    Contributing sermons since Mar 16, 2002
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Sharon FBC
Sharon, Oklahoma 73851

About Ken
  • Education: BA in Social Studies from Oklahoma Panhandle State University - MCM - Liberty University M.Th. - Covenant Theological Seminary
  • Comment to those looking at my sermons: If you have any questions concerning my sermons or Bible studies please contact me via email. And Please feel free to pray for me as I continue to proclaim the Word of God, you’re prayers are coveted and greatly appreciated.
  • Family: Wife and two wonderful daughters.
  • Books that have had an impact: The Bible of course, Mere Christianity (C.S. Lewis), Calvin’s Institutes, City of God (Augustine), Christianity in Crisis (Hank Hannegraff), 9 Marks of a Healthy Church (Mark Dever)
  • Hobbies: Judo, Sky Diving, Reading, weight training.
  • Something funny that happened while preaching: Most of my shirts are tight in the neck and chest area, as I try to remain fit. As I was standing to get behind the pulpit I once sneezed and blew the top button off of my shirt. It flew close to 10 feet
  • What I want on my tombstone: I have finished the race, I have kept the faith.
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  • Love And Obey

    Contributed on May 27, 2020

    This is the 44th sermon in a series on the Gospel of John. In this sermon we look at the command to love one another, and how that is a true mark of belonging to Christ

    Love and Obey (John Part 44) Text: John 13:31-14:15 Well, we’re back in John’s Gospel this morning, and we’ll be finishing up chapter 13, and moving in to the first part of chapter 14, and we’ll be looking at some important teachings from Jesus that we need to be reminded of. So as you’re turning more

  • Looking Closer At Judas

    Contributed on May 19, 2020
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    This is the 43rd sermon in a series on the Gospel of John. In this sermon we look closer at Judas, and at why he betrayed the Lord, and at the warning this gives to us as well.

    Looking Closer at Judas (John Part 42) Text: John 13:18-30 We’re back in John’s Gospel this morning. Last week we took the opportunity to honor all the moms out there on Mother’s Day, and next Sunday we’ll try to honor those we’ve lost while serving our nation on Memorial Day… but today, we’re more

  • Foot Washing Forgiveness Part Two

    Contributed on May 12, 2020

    Looking at how Jesus' teaches on forgiveness through the washing of the disciples feet. This is the 42nd sermon in a series from the Gospel of John.

    Foot Washing Forgiveness –Part Two (John Part 42) Text: John 13:1-17 We’ve come back to John 13 this morning, and we actually looked at this passage last week, but we didn’t finish it. And if you were here last week, or watching online, you heard me say that Jesus took this opportunity – when He more

  • Mother's Day 2020

    Contributed on May 4, 2020

    With this sermon we want to encourage all mother's to stand firm in their God given roles and to gain continued strength by looking to Jesus - the Author and Finisher of our faith.

    Mother’s Day 2020 Text: Luke 10:38-42, Philippians 3:17-4:1 Good morning. Today is Mother’s Day, and it’s one of those holidays that I’ve truly come to appreciate more and more as I’ve grown older. I appreciate it, because of my own desire to honor my mother, and my mother-in-law… and to honor more

  • Are You Ready?

    Contributed on Apr 29, 2020

    A straight up evangelistic sermon, urging people to put their faith and trust in Christ for salvation.

    Are You Ready? Text: Luke 13:1-9 In August of 1965 a folk singer named Barry McGuire released a single titled “Eve of Destruction”. It’s a great song that talks about a lot of the things that were going on at the time, and one of the lines of that song says, “If the button is pushed, there’s no more

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  • Who's Educating Our Kids?

    Contributed on Mar 10, 2010

    WHO'S EDUCATING OUR KIDS? Now here's the thing. Often times we will tell ourselves, "Well it's the church's job to give my children a religious education, and it's the schools job to educate my children in other matters. And the Church will balance out the secular. But let me show you more

  • In 1914; Sir Earnest Shackleton, And Explorer ...

    Contributed on Jan 19, 2010

    In 1914; Sir Earnest Shackleton, and explorer from England attempted to cross Antarctica. His exploration didn’t go so well though as his ship, “The Endurance,” was caught in the ice pack and slowly crushed as the ice closed in around it. Luckily, Shackleton and his crew managed to make it off more

  • Now To A Jewish Person, Any Time The Word ...

    Contributed on Jan 19, 2010

    Now to a Jewish person, any time the word “sacrifice” was used, they would’ve immediately thought about the lambs that were sacrificed at the temple. Those sheep were raised up, they were fed, taken care of and protected, for the sole purpose of the sacrifice on the alter of God. That’s what a more

  • I Once Took A Graduate Level Class On The ...

    Contributed on Jan 10, 2010

    I once took a graduate level class on the psychology of learning, and in that class we talked about the way people learn. And I remember one time we were talking about babies and how they perceive certain things. It was kind of amusing actually, but they did a study where they would sit a baby more

  • Once Upon A Time The Lone Ranger And Tonto Were ...

    Contributed on Apr 30, 2009

    Once upon a time the Lone Ranger and Tonto were riding through a canyon when suddenly they were surrounded on all sides by Indian warriors. Tonto looked to the Lone Ranger and asked, “What we do, Kimosabe?” The Lone Ranger pulls his trusty horse Silver to the east to find a hidden passage, but more