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  • Michael Milton

    Contributing sermons since Aug 29, 2001
Michael's church

Reformed Theological Seminary
Charlotte, North Carolina 28226
704-246-6297

About Michael
  • Education: Dipl., The Defense Language Institute, Monterey, CA; BA, Mid America Nazarene University, Olathe, KS; M.Div., Knox Theological Seminary, Fort Lauderdale, FL; Ph.D. (Theology), University of Wales, Lampeter, Wales, UK.
  • Experience: Military: Navy Linguist, 1976-78; Business: Sales and Management Dow Chemical and Ashland Chemical 1978-1993; Ordained in the PCA, 1993: Church Planter and Pastor, Redeemer Pres. Church Overland Park KS 1993-1997; Int. Press., Knox Seminary, 1997-98; Founding Pastor, Kirk O’ the Isles, Savannah GA, 1998-2001; Senior Pastor, First Presbyterian Church, Chattanooga, TN, 2001-2008; Chaplain, US Army Reserves, 1994-; RTS Charlotte; Chancellor elect, Reformed Theo. Seminary
  • Comment to those looking at my sermons: Feel free to use any and everything you see.
  • Sermon or series that made a difference: Craig Barnes’ "Preaching to Convulse the Demons" The sermons of Charles Haddon Spurgeon The sermons of Robert Murray M’Cheyne Romans by James Montgomery Boice
  • One of my favorite illustrations: According to his will, a wealthy man is led out of the church with a recording of Frank Sinatra belting out, "I Did it My Way!"
  • Family: The Milton's reside in the Charlotte area.
  • What my parents think of my sermons: My Aunt Eva, who reared me, went home to be with the Lord back in 1997. She was a great encourager, and inspired me to take the lofty ideas of Scripture and seek to bring them to the child. But even when I failed in this, she told me I did well. Unconditional love.
  • What my spouse (really) thinks of my sermons: I read my sermon manuscripts each and every Saturday night to my wife and son. They encourage me, then help me to see how to simplify, clarify or identify those in our congregation who will be affected by some theme in the message.
  • Best advice given to me about preaching: Preach to the broken hearted and you will never lack for a congregation.
  • Books that have had an impact: Under the Unpredictable Plant by Eugene Peterson Five Smooth Stones for the Ministry by Eugene Peterson The Reformed Pastor by Richard Baxter New Testament Commentaries by Hendriksen and Kistemaker
  • Hobbies: Gardening, reading, blue grass and folk music, guitar
  • If I could Preach one more time, I would say...: Repent and believe in the Gospel of Jesus Christ.
  • What I want on my tombstone: An Undeserving Sinner Saved by the Kind and Costly Grace of our Lord Jesus Christ
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  • Let’s Take A Walk

    Contributed on Sep 11, 2011
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    An exposition of Ephesians on the difference connecting our "Talk" with our "Walk" in Christ.

    Savannah is a wonderful city for walking. When my family and I lived here, we spent many hours walking the nature trails of this beautiful community, or walking downtown through the unique historic district. To commemorate our return this weekend, we walked down about a mile from our hotel to River ...read more

  • Of Whom The World Is Not Worthy

    Contributed on Dec 26, 2005
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    The least likely people, through God’s grace through Jesus Christ, are transformed to become the heroes of the faith.

    Of Whom the World Is Not Worthy Joshua 2; Hebrews 11:30-12:2 Dr. Michael Milton, Senior Minister First Presbyterian Church, Chattanooga, Tennessee Many Americans and Presidents have made their way to the center of Arlington Cemetery to a monument that is beloved by all Americans. It is the ...read more

  • The 29th Chapter Of Acts!

    Contributed on Jun 6, 2003
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    A sermon for Pentecost, this message seeks to lift out the expository truths of Acts 2.1-21 and apply them for contemporary life.

    Introduction to the Scripture I leave our series on Mark this week for a message on Pentecost and next week for a message on FatherÕs Day. FatherÕs Day is a holiday we know about, but many of us may have no idea what Pentecost is all about much less that it could be a holiday! Last week, one of ...read more

  • How I Want Our Beginning To Be Remembered

    Contributed on Jul 26, 2002
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    This sermon is the author’s first message to his new congregation. It focuses on the sufficiency of Christ in all things.

    HOW I WANT OUR BEGINNING TO BE REMEMBERED 1 Corinthians 1.18-25 and 2.1-5 Dr. Michael A. Milton, Senior Pastor First Presbyterian Church, Chattanooga, Tennessee Preached on February 3, 2002 Introduction to the Reading We don’t mean to, but we often make Christianity more complicated ...read more

  • His Last Words: Our First Work

    Contributed on Oct 17, 2001
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    The last teaching of Christ remains the priority of every believer and every assembly: to make disciples of Christ.

    Introduction to the Reading of the Scripture I want to preach from Matthew 28.16-20. It is a very familiar passage and is all but taken for granted during Mission Conferences. Like John 3.16 and a few others, the passage is so popular that it is liable to being dismissed by those who have ...read more

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