• Kenneth Anthony

    Contributing sermons since Apr 28, 2006
Kenneth's church

Annunciation Cathedral
Atlanta, Georgia 30329
(404) 633-5870

About Kenneth
  • Education: St. Bonanventure University, BBA in Accounting Holy Cross School of Theology, M.Div. Stanford Graduate School of Business, MBA
  • Family: I’ve been happily married to wife Nancy since 1988. We have six children.
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Newest Sermons

  • Reasons To Give

    Contributed on Sep 30, 2007
    based on 9 ratings

    Sermon outlines four reasons for Christians to give abundantly. Everyone can give something and the quality of our gift is based on the purity of our heart.

    Reasons To Give We are all blessed in many ways beyond our comprehension. Even though we have lousy days, go through tough times, and face more than our share of challenges, we all receive countless blessings. The tendency is for people to tell you more about what is going wrong in their lives more

  • Heavenly Contract

    Contributed on Jun 10, 2007
    based on 3 ratings

    Our Lord wants to enter into a heavenly contract with his people. Sermon explores three reqirements of God’s contract along with His reward.

    Heavenly Contract - Matthew 10:32-33; 37-38; 19:27-30 We all need and use contracts. In the workforce, we use business contracts to make sure that parties are legally bound to perform their end of the bargain. When we purchase a home we take out a contract whereby the seller agrees to sell a more

  • How To Have A Joyful Life

    Contributed on Apr 2, 2007
    based on 4 ratings

    Most people spend their lives searching for happiness. Joyful living is optimal. Sermon explores four ways how to have a joyful life.

    How to Have A Joyful Life If you ask people what they want out of life, they will tell you that they just want to be happy. I wonder this means. Think about a moment. What makes you happy? Personally, all the things that make me happy are dependent on other people, and other things that more

  • The Annunciation

    Contributed on Mar 25, 2007
    based on 9 ratings

    Sermon discusses Mary’s willingess to become God’s handmaiden. Three lessons are also examined: We are never alone, We are part of a greater plan, and Being faithful leads to greater opportunites to serve God.

    The Annunciation Introduction The other day I was scanning a popular men’s magazine and came across a quiz that tested, “How Daring Are You?” At first, I was certain that I’d score pretty well because I consider myself an innovator and risk taker. For example, I tried Cherry more

  • How Do We Know What To Do?

    Contributed on Feb 11, 2007

    Sermon gives basic guidelines for making decisions.

    Knowing What to Do It’s been said that although some things are permissible, not all things are profitable. Each day we are confronted with countless choices and make decisions that collectively determine the course for our lives. Sometimes our decisions result in unintended consequences. more

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Newest Sermon Illustrations

  • Advice

    Contributed on Dec 31, 2006
    based on 1 rating

    ADVICE A man was on the practice golf course when the club pro brought another man out for a lesson. The pro watched the fellow swing several times and started making suggestions for improvement, but each time the pupil interrupted with his own version of what was wrong and how to correct it. more

  • There Once Was An Ant That Felt Imposed Upon, ...

    Contributed on Dec 31, 2006

    There once was an ant that felt imposed upon, overburdened, and overworked. You see, he was instructed to carry a piece of straw across an expanse of concrete. The straw was so long and heavy that he staggered beneath its weight and felt he would not survive. Finally, as the stress of his burden more

  • A Young Boy About Seven Years Old Went To ...

    Contributed on Dec 31, 2006
    based on 6 ratings

    A young boy about seven years old went to Disneyland with his family, but in the excitement of going on all the rides, he was separated from them. He was having such a wonderful time that it was quite a while before he realized that he was lost. When he discovered the predicament he was in, he at more

  • St. Seraphim Of Sarov Said, "Acquire The Spirit ...

    Contributed on Apr 28, 2006

    St. Seraphim of Sarov said, "Acquire the spirit of peace, and thousands around you will be saved." What St. Seraphim really meant was that when you have the peace of our God in your heart, everyone will see it and want to have it for them. You see it isn’t more