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  • Richard Tow

    Contributing sermons since Sep 23, 2003
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Life Church
Springfield Missouri , 65803
417-844-2148

About Richard
  • Education: The King's University, Doctor of Ministry The Assemblies of God Theological Seminary, M.A. Missouri State University, Graduate Certificate in Conflict & Dispute Resolution. The University of Texas at Austin, B.B.A.
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  • Consecration To God--Making A Personal Stand For Jesus

    Contributed on Dec 14, 2017
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    I read the story of a young woman who out of curiosity entered a little Presbyterian church one evening. She heard the gospel for the first time and was converted. Later she heard God’s call on her life to go to China as a missionary. She was the only daughter of a multi-millionaire. She was ...read more

  • Consecrated To Do God's Will

    Contributed on Jul 25, 2017
     | 1,017 views

    Years ago a young girl entered a little Presbyterian Church out of curiosity. There she heard the gospel for the first time and was converted. She later heard God’s call on her life to go to China as a missionary. She was the only daughter of a multi-millionaire. She was socially prominent and ...read more

  • Stick With The Basics

    Contributed on Jul 25, 2017
     | 1,061 views

    When kids turn sixteen, they often take an in-car driving course to prepare them for their driver’s license test. I want you to imagine with me a driving instructor who meticulously teaches the student how to properly adjust the seat and put on the seat belt, how to adjust the mirrors so that the ...read more

  • Not Much Help

    Contributed on Jul 18, 2017
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    In his Peanuts strip, Charles Schulz had an amazing talent for communicating truths like this in humorous, memorable ways. In one strip Charlie Brown rests his head in his hands while leaning on the wall and looking miserable. His friend, Lucy, approaches. “Discouraged again, eh, Charlie Brown?” ...read more

  • Encouraging Others

    Contributed on Jul 18, 2017
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    After analyzing many surveys, J. C. Staehle found that the principle causes of unrest among workers, were the following: 1. Failure to give credit for suggestions. 2. Failure to correct grievances. 3. Failure to encourage. 4. Criticizing employees in front of other people. 5. Failure to ask ...read more