• Kevin Mcallister

    Contributing sermons since Mar 13, 2012
Kevin's church

Family Worship Center
Augusta, Maine 4330

About Kevin
  • Education: Lee University - Bachelor's Degree - Christian Ministry with an Emphasis in Theology
  • Experience: 5 years Christian school administrator; 5 years assistant pastor; 6+ years lead pastor;
  • Comment to those looking at my sermons: A couple of things that I gleaned from Stanley is we need to be clear on our goal of preaching. Are we preaching for information or transformation? I choose transformation. My goal is change, so you won't find a scholarly manuscript. Secondly, I adopted Stanley's one point message. Though I don't always hold fast to that rule, I find that people remember much more and are impacted in a far greater way when I drive home one point. Also, it gives me clarity regarding my call to action.
  • Family: I have been married for over 20 years to whom I would consider the best wife and mother in the world, Heather. I have 7 children, two of who are grown and married, and I have one child on the way!
  • What my parents think of my sermons: Mom is with Jesus, so she probably wouldn't be that impressed. Jesus was a much better preacher.
  • What my spouse (really) thinks of my sermons: She is honest. When it is a home run, she tells me. If it is a...foul...she breaks it to me pretty easy.
  • Books that have had an impact: Many. In regard to preaching, Communicating for a Change by Andy Stanley. This book has helped to clarify my not only my approach to sermon preparation, but delivery as well.
  • Hobbies: computer
  • If I could Preach one more time, I would say...: "Salvation is free, but discipleship will cost you your life." Dietrich Bonhoeffer I'd fill in the all the details of course...
  • Something funny that happened while preaching: Knocked over a pitcher of water :-)
  • What I want on my tombstone: He finished well.
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  • Purpose

    Contributed on Mar 13, 2012
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    God has a purpose for our life, we must discover it; fulfill it.

    A 320-year-old Stradivarius cello that had been missing for three weeks has been returned to the Los Angeles Philharmonic Orchestra after it avoided becoming the world’s most expensive CD rack. The primary cellist for the Philharmonic accidentally left the instrument outside his home in April. more

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