• Richard Mcnair

    Contributing sermons since Sep 16, 2003
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Hope Baptist Church
, Georgia

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  • Creating Community In The Church

    Contributed on Oct 4, 2007
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    You can eliminate strife by focusing on HOW TO… I. PROGRESS the Gospel II. PROTECT the Gospel III. PLAN the Gospel IV. PROCLAIM the Gospel

    The Drucker Foundation for Nonprofit Management has uncovered 5 common success factors IN BUILDING Community. In analyzing 68 Non Profit Organizations, (1) The ones who have results aim at results. They have a very clear definition of and concentration on what they are trying to accomplish. more

  • A Paradigm Shift In The Church

    Contributed on Jul 22, 2007
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    Here is the Paradigm shift of the first church and the Paradigm shift needed of our church today! I. A CHANGE OF CONTROL - POURING v17 & 33 II. A CHANGE OF COMMUNICATION PREACHING 17-18 III. A CHANGE OF CHALLENGE PASSION 40...

    In Dallas I worked for a furniture company that sold over a half a billion dollars worth of furniture a year. As it was growing and before I got there, the owner was influenced by a “new age” motivational speaker. The guy convinced him to put all of the sales people through a “life changing” 2 more

  • Our Duty

    Contributed on May 25, 2007
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    Memorial Day sermon paralleling the duty of our soldiers SOme of this was adapted from Melvin Worthington

    Our Duty James 1:1-27 Key Verse 22 The real test = DO the Word – Duty -from the word “due” ie taxes are due, bills are due -- Duty is what is due the Lord our Savior! James makes a clear statement here -- just knowing the Word is not enough! Evidently James (the brother of Jesus) more

  • Get Up And Go

    Contributed on May 13, 2005
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    When the Holy Spirit moves our heart we must Get up and Go! Nations are waiting and depending upon our message of the good news of Jesus.

    A Church in Action Series Acts 8:26-40 says: Acts 8:26 - 40 (KJV) 26And the angel of the Lord spake unto Philip, saying, Arise, and go toward the south unto the way that goeth down from Jerusalem unto Gaza, which is desert. 27And he arose and went: and, behold, a man of Ethiopia, an eunuch of more

  • The First Controversy In The Church

    Contributed on May 1, 2005
    based on 14 ratings

    What does a church in action do with problems? How do we handle controversy? By following the example of the early church.

    The First Controversy in the Church A church in action will still have some problems. ILL>>>Perhaps the only way to avoid quarreling with your wife is to let her go her way and you go hers. ILL>>> Sue Martinuk, War had broken out between my roommate and me. We dealt with our anger by not more

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  • Dec 1, ...

    Contributed on Dec 1, 2004

    Dec 1, 2004 By Erin Curry NASHVILLE, Tenn. (BP)--VIACOM AGREES TO PAY FCC FINES -- Viacom, which owns CBS and MTV, has agreed to pay a record fine of $3.5 million to settle numerous federal investigations into alleged indecency on TV and the radio dating back to 2001, according to the Associated more

  • Alexander The Great Built The World's First ...

    Contributed on Nov 4, 2004

    Alexander the Great built the world’s first lighthouse. It was on the island of Pharos, at the entrance to the harbor of the city that bore Alexander’s name, Alexandria, Egypt. Built in 280 B.C., it stood six hundred feet high. We consider the world’s more

  • There Is A Huge Bridge Being Built Over The Water ...

    Contributed on Nov 4, 2004

    There is a huge bridge being built over the water way between Brunswick GA. and St. Simons Island. It is a beautiful thing and I love to see it. Some people a deathly afraid of bridges. ... The world’s most important bridge was built in A..D. 30 at Golgotha more

  • How Often Christians Assume They Have Worshiped ...

    Contributed on Nov 4, 2004

    How often Christians assume they have worshiped God simply because they have been in church! We are told that the church building is "God’s house" (an inaccurate designation borrowed from the Old Testament temple) and conclude that worship must take place there! Not necessarily. God was not pleased more

  • For Worship Is A Thirsty Land Crying Out For ...

    Contributed on Nov 4, 2004
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    For worship is a thirsty land crying out for rain, It is a candle in the act of being kindled, It is a drop in quest of the ocean, . . . It is a voice in the night calling for help, It is a soul standing in awe before the mystery of the universe, . . . It is time more