• Kevin Smith

    Contributing sermons since Apr 13, 2004
Kevin's church

New Antioch Church
Baltimore, Maryland 21218

About Kevin
  • Education: High School Diploma: Linganore High school, Frederick, MD June 1999. General Education, Frederick Community College, Frederick, MD 12 credits. Floor Tech Trade certificate, Workforce & technolgy Center, Baltimore, MD March 2002 Bachelor of Science in psychology: Morgan State University, May 2011
  • Experience: Have ministered in Nursing homes & prison ministries, as well as led worship in services. Currently a minister in walking at Koinonia Baptist Church.
  • Comment to those looking at my sermons: I pray that my sermons would be blessed by God to bless YOUR life!!! I give God ALL THE GLORY!!!!!
  • Sermon or series that made a difference: Any sermon preached by Bishop Orlando A. Wilson... He is an AWESOME man of God & as he would say, "We believe, that by stepping into this place, your life, will no longer, be the same!" And it’s true!! Every sermon he preaches makes a difference!
  • Family: Currently single & not looking, mother, father, one brother & two sisters.. I am the oldest at 30, my brother is 22, & sisters are 18 & 17 respectively.
  • What my spouse (really) thinks of my sermons: I don’t have a spouse currently... (LOL!)
  • Best advice given to me about preaching: BE YOURSELF!! And that some of your greatest personal deliverances will be birthed out of the words you preach! And finnally, some of your greatest hurts & pains will be used by God to get you to preach your greatest words EVER!!
  • Books that have had an impact: Ohh sooo many:-) Jaunita Bynaum, "Spiritual Inheritance." Joyce Meyers, "Hearing God", Rick Warren’s "The purpose Driven Life.", TD Jakes, "Loose Him & Let Him Go!" Henry Blackaby’s "Experiencing God"... I could go on & on...
  • Hobbies: Reading, writing, drawing, listening to music, going to movies, museums, & concerts, history buff, also into Baseball, football, & basketball.
  • What I want on my tombstone: One Who Served & Loved God Dilligently!
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  • I'm Coming Out!

    Contributed on Nov 28, 2009
    based on 24 ratings

    This sermon talks about how just like Esther and her people came out from under Bondage, so too can we come out of our bondage, mess, and situations today!!

    -Remarks to God & Bishop (brief) -Prayer/Reading of scripture/Seating of ppl I. Introduction -This particular text excites me on many levels, and is pregnant with possibility. We see in the text that King Xerxes, Hamam, and Esther are all dining together at a banquet requested by Esther the more

  • "A Cold Dish Of Vengance."

    Contributed on Nov 16, 2009
    based on 6 ratings

    Encourage people that though they’ve been hurt and wounded by their enemies, it is more advantageous as the text implies, to let God get vengeance instead of taking matters in your own hands.

    Transition & remarks Reading of scripture/prayer/seat people. I. Introduction: -Present sermon title/theme. We are living in a day and time where a great number in the body of Christ are seemingly finding themselves in situations where it appears as though the enemy, the adversary the devil more

  • "Act Like You Know!"

    Contributed on May 30, 2009
    based on 18 ratings

    Many of us as Christians say we know we’ve been changed, but we don’t act like we know we’ve been changed in terms of our praise & worship to God.

    I. Introduction -Re-read verses 8 & 9 in the text as focal verses. -Present Title of sermon. -At the onset of this message I would submit to you that many of us say we know we’ve been changed by God and we know we’ve been changed, but we don’t really act like we know we’ve been changed. -I’m more

  • "Your Destiny Is Within Your Reach!"

    Contributed on Mar 26, 2007
    based on 36 ratings

    Sermon discussing the power of reaching for your destiny...

    Scripture: Phillipians 3:12-14 Title: “Your Destiny Is Within Your Reach!” I. Introduction: The one thing that really keeps us from obtaining our destiny and from going to the next level in God and that holds us back is our past. Your destiny is well within your reach!! Talk about more

  • "Power Over The Enemy!"

    Contributed on Mar 26, 2007
    based on 20 ratings

    Sermon discussing the power we have as believers over the en emy.

    I. Introduction: The spiritual Authority of the born again believer is an aspect of the Christian walk that many of us know very little or nothing about. Some believe that spiritual authority only belongs to a few chosen people to whom God has given special powers to. This couldn’t be more

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