• Michael L. Randle

    Contributing sermons since Nov 21, 2014
Michael's church

Second Baptist Church of Reno
Reno, Nevada 89512

About Michael
  • Education: Pastor Randle attended Chicago Public Schools graduating with his general studies diploma from G. H. Corliss High School. He later in his adult life graduated from Moody Bible Institute's Associates of Arts program in Biblical Studies. He has since completed Ashland Theological Seminary's Pastor's Of Excellence program, and Light University's Life Coaching program. Pastor Randle studied under the WHW and BEC Ministries Expository Preacher's Conference for over 15 years.
  • Experience: Pastor Randle served as Pastor's Assistant for his home Church, Rock of Ages Baptist Church of Maywood, under the capable leadership of Rev. Marvin E. Wiley. He served for 6 1/2 years as Pastor of Mission of Faith Baptist Church of Chicago, and in 2008 accepted the call to pastor Second Baptist Church of Reno.
  • Comment to those looking at my sermons: My prayer is that you are blessed
  • Sermon or series that made a difference: Joy for the Journey: An Uplifting Series of Messages from the Book of Philippians
  • Family: Pastor Randle is the Husband to the former Vernetta A. Randle and they have three adult children and five grandchildren.
  • Best advice given to me about preaching: You are only as good as your last good sermon; stay humble.
  • Books that have had an impact: Haddon Robinson "Biblical Preaching!" John Maxwell Developing the Leader Within You
  • Hobbies: Basketball, walking, and spending time with friends.
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  • A Rendezvous On Straight Street

    Contributed on Nov 21, 2014

    Our service to the kingdom of God is made more perfect by our interactions with other believers who are sent to minister to our lives. That's what happens for Paul on straight street.

    A Rendezvous on Straight Street Acts 9:10-20 The Story is told of a man who realized his need for a Savior and drove 500 miles to a meeting where Billy Graham was preaching. He had great respect for Graham, and no disrespect or ill feelings toward any of the ministers in his own home town. His more