• Richard Mc Quinn

    Contributing sermons since Aug 13, 2010
Richard's church

New Liberty Christian Church
Veedersburg, Indiana 47987

About Richard
  • Education: Attended Lincoln Christian University from 1962-1970. Graduated with a BA degree in ministry and another BA degree in Christian Education, both in 1967. Graduated with a Masters Degree in 1969 in the field of Preaching and Administration. Honorary Doctorate granted in 1971 from Homestead College of the Bible, in Homestead, FL.
  • Experience: Began preaching at the Bethany Christian Church in 1963, Brownstown, IL at age 19 traveling 100 miles each way from college over the week ends. I was ordained at the Southport Heights Christian Church, Southport, IN, in 1966. I have traveled with Revival Fires Evangelistic Organization to work with establishing churches in Jamaica, WI; India-ten times and the islands of Hawaii. I have held many revival meetings in the Midwest.
  • Comment to those looking at my sermons: Todays sermons are far different than when I first began in 1963. I have more of life lessons to share in growth situations. Todays sermons are for today and tomorrows generations. They are more powerful and moving than even 10 years ago.
  • Sermon or series that made a difference: The Steps Jesus Took Revival meetings of the New Testament Miracles of the Bible Parables of the Bible Series on James Series on Philippians, Acts, Jude, Revelation, John, Matthew, Luke, Mark
  • One of my favorite illustrations: An evangelist was at his own church for Sunday Morning service. After dinner he fell asleep and dreamt that he had died and his 4 year old died with him. He was in heaven when the crowd split and he stood face to face with his Saviour. Jesus said to him-Look around and tell me what you see. The evangelist could only see people everywhere. Jesus said -I need one son to die for all of the people. The evangelist woke up and realized how much God really did love him.
  • Family: Two sons: Timothy Alan McQuinn, born 1964, lives with his wife Cynthia and son James Thomas McQuinn in Monticello, IN Tim serves as an Elder at the Burnettsville, IN Christian Church. David Richard McQuinn, born 1970, lives in Milwaukee, WI with his wife Renee and two children, daughter Amelia, and son Zach. Dave and family are great workers in their home church One Step Daughter: Brandy Perov born 1980, lives in Greenwood, IN
  • What my parents think of my sermons: I have always had the support of my step-mom, Beverly Wright. My three brothers and one sister have always supported and listened to the sermons.
  • What my spouse (really) thinks of my sermons: Sandy is a dedicated preachers wife. I bounce ideas off of her for sermons. She is a RN and there are many heart ache stories she lets me peek into for illustrations.
  • Best advice given to me about preaching: Dig your wells deep. Study hard. Spend one hour of study for every minute you spend in preaching. Fast and pray. Preach with convictions and paint word pictures. Preach the truch in love. Be instructive, educational, spiritual and always point the way to Christ. Tell it like it is but always with love.
  • Books that have had an impact: Christ of the Gospels Max Lucado's books Works by Charles Swindoll Character Sketches The Greatest Work In the World ACTS
  • Hobbies: Fishing, traveling, light construction, Indianapolis 500 Supervisor, 50 years, Brickyard 400 Supervisor since its beginning. Singing, writing, helping neighbors, President of our local Housing Organization Association. Volunteer Fire department Chaplain and more..................
  • If I could Preach one more time, I would say...: Jesus Loves Me, This I know--------for sure. Here is why I believe it and here is why you ought to follow the King of Kings
  • Something funny that happened while preaching: I broke my tail bone off. It had to be removed three weeks before this past Easter 2010. I was not in the pulpit until Easter so that the wound could heal. In the great Easter morning service, I was sweating. It was pouring out of me as I proclaimed the Easter story and meaning. The church was packed. My sermon was prepared and delivered. I had 7 more minutes to go. The sweat was pouring down my legs. I stepped back from the pulpit to find blood all over the floor. I stopped! More.
  • What I want on my tombstone: He did what God wanted Him to do with lots of Love
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  • What Ticks You Off?

    Contributed on Mar 17, 2013
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    What really ticks you off? Selfish reasons, bullied, pouting OR the injustice of innocent people or the poor. Do you turn a blind eye or take a stand?

    WHAT TICKS YOU OFF? 3-17-13 New Liberty Christian Church, Veedersburg, IN with Rich McQuinn, Minister TEXT: LUKE 19:45-48 INTRODUCTION: What are some of the things that tick you off in life? It is an honest question. Is it those who cut you off at the street corners, or those that pull more

  • The Super Power Of Prayer

    Contributed on Jan 19, 2013

    Encourage the flock to pray deeply for each other, souls, saints, sinners, etc

    THE SUPER POWER OF PRAYER 1-20-13 New Liberty Christian Church, Veedersburg, IN with Rich McQuinn TEXT: MATTHEW 7:7-12 Ask, Seek, Knock 7 “Ask and it will be given to you; seek and you will find; knock and the door will be opened to you. 8 For everyone who asks receives; the one who more

  • The Question Of Divorce

    Contributed on Sep 16, 2012
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    So many of us are effected by divorce. How does the church look at it today. Of course the Bible defines marriage between a MAN and a WOMEN.

    The Question of Divorce New Liberty Christian Church, Veedersburg , IN on September 16 2012 Richard T. McQuinn, Pastor TEXT: MATTHEW 5:31-32 Jesus said, Anyone who divorces his wife must give her a written divorce more

  • Who Says I Am Tooooo Old!

    Contributed on Jul 14, 2012
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    Today we honor our 80 and 90 year olds for their faithfulness

    WHO SAYS I AM TOO OLD 7-15-12 New Liberty Christian Church, Veedersburg, IN with Rich McQuinn, Minister TEXT: II CORINTHIANS 4:15-18 INTRODUCTION: Good morning to each of you and thank you for coming out today to worship the King of Kings. I hope you will receive more

  • The Race To The End---Fathers Day

    Contributed on Jun 21, 2012
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    We get so proud that we do not stop and ask for directions. God is lovely wanting us to stop and notice that we do not have to do everything ourselves.

    THE RACE TO THE END 6-17-12 Fathers Day, New Liberty Christian Church. with Rich McQuinn, Minister TEXT: REVELATION 20:12-16 INTRODUCTION; Good morning to each of you and my I wish to all of you a very Happy Fathers Day. I hope it is a day of cook outs, rest, family outings and more

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