• Kevin Walker

    Contributing sermons since Jan 18, 2007
Kevin's church

Mendenhall Church of God
Mendenhall, Mississippi 39114

About Kevin
  • Education: I have a B.A. in English from Mississippi College, and will hopefully start graduate school in the near future.
  • Experience: I’ve been at Westhaven since September 2004.
  • Family: I married the most wonderful woman in the world, Heather, on July 29, 2006. No kids, but we do have a beta fish named Gilbert Earl (yep, from watching G.E. Patterson on TV).
  • Best advice given to me about preaching: "You don’t preach from your head, you preach from your heart" - My grandfather, J.O. Walker.
  • Books that have had an impact: The Pursuit of God - A.W. Tozer (really, ANYTHING by Tozer). Velvet Elvis - Rob Bell. Celebration of Discipline - Richard Foster. A Generous Orthodoxy - Brian McLaren. Your First Two Years in Youth Ministry - Doug Fields. Fresh Wind, Fresh Fire - Jim Cymballa. The Spirit-filled Small Group - Joel Comiskey. The Master Plan of Evangelism - Robert Coleman. What Every Sunday School Teacher Should Know - Elmer Towns. The Road to Reality - K.P. Yohannan.
  • Hobbies: Watching football, playing golf.
  • If I could Preach one more time, I would say...: Don’t take sin lightly! No matter what, be fully devoted to God.
  • Something funny that happened while preaching: One Sunday morning our pastor had to leave, so, about 10 minutes ahead of time I learned that I was going to preach that morning. I prayed, and wrote down a few notes. During the sermon (I normally preached only on Sunday nights) I kept saying "tonight," when I should have said "this morning." I didn’t realize I had done this until afterwards when one of the kids in my youth group proudly said: "You said "tonight" 9 TIMES!!!"
  • What I want on my tombstone: I’m going to steal this one from my pastor: "Faithful."
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  • God Is Still On His Throne: Isaiah 6

    Contributed on Jan 23, 2009
    based on 20 ratings

    No matter what situation we face in this life, we always have the assurance that God is still on His throne - He is still in control of things.

    Read Isaiah 6:1-5. “God is Still on His Throne” 1. I’ve been taken by the picture that this text paints as I’ve been reading it the past few weeks. 2. Read through, describe the picture. 3. It shows the power and majesty of the Almighty God. 4. In the times in which we are living, it’s more

  • The Force That Shakes The World

    Contributed on Jan 23, 2009
    based on 14 ratings

    Corporate prayer is the force that shakes the world.

    The Force that Shakes the World Acts 2 1. E.M. Bounds, a Methodist minister and Author in the late 1800’s called prayer “the force that shapes the world.” 2. Re-word his quote: “The church in prayer is a force that shakes the world.” 3. Read text, and tell of Acts 2. a. We think more

  • Rend Your Heart

    Contributed on Jan 21, 2007
    based on 31 ratings

    In this sermon, I talk about repentance from indifference: first, the devastation that indifference has caused to the people of Judah in the book of Joel; secondly, what repentance should consist of in our lives today.

    Say “It’s about my heart!” I. The background from which Joel speaks. 1. Here, in chapter 2, Joel begins by talking about a disaster that is coming to the people of Judah. 2. An “army” of locusts has come into Judah, devastating the land. 3. Today, we may not fully understand the more