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About Robert
  • Education: I am currently at, and about ready to graduate from Cincinnati Bible College (Cincinnati Christian University) with a BA in Preaching Ministry.
  • Experience: Chapel Service at Cincinnati Christian University Preaching @ Plainfield Christian Church (PCC) Chapel Service Teaching at PCC Wednesday night bible study. Preaching at Patriot Ridge Nursing Home in Fairborn Ohio Preaching and Teaching at First Church of Christ in Fairborn Ohio Preaching with Christian Rock Band, Extremity.
  • Comment to those looking at my sermons: Hope they are helpful...
  • Best advice given to me about preaching: If Corinthinas says that God chose the foolish things of the world to shame the wise, the things which are not to shame the things that are, the weak things to shame the strong...That means that we are christians not because we were strong, or noble, or great; rather because we were poor, dumb, and counted as nothing. If this is how we are called as christians imagine the implications to the preacher. I was not chosen to preach because i was intelligent or good at public speaking. I was chosen because I was dumb enough, because I was soo terrified to stand before men and talk that any good that happened from the pulpit was from God. There is no room for pride in the pulpit. Remember God chose you because you were weak and dumb enough he would be glorified.
  • Books that have had an impact: Revelation’s Rhapsody by Robert Lowery Anchor Bible Commentary: Jeremiah by John Bright Wild At Heart by John Eldredge,
  • Hobbies: Whittling, Painting, Playing Guitar, Reading, Nature, Working with my hands, Watching Movies, Long walks on the beach, candle lit dinners, hanging out.
  • Something funny that happened while preaching: I once had a woman take her pants off while I was preaching. That was ackward. When it happens at a rock concert, you know it has been a good rock concert. I don’t know what to think about when it happens while preaching. (This happened at a nursing home, and was awkward. Very awkward)
  • What I want on my tombstone: Woops...
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  • The End Of Even Stephen

    Contributed on Apr 30, 2007
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    This sermon is about how heaven is not God’s great break even, but it will even be better and more unbelievable than the Garden of Eden was.

    The End of Even Stephen (Masterpiece of Hope Series) Revelation 21:1-5 God is not just trying to break even with heaven; He is going to bless us beyond what Eden was like for Adam and Eve. Chapel Service of Plainfield Christian Church Rob Hoos Introduction My grandfather was a very ...read more

  • The Answer Of Praise

    Contributed on Apr 25, 2007
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    This sermon is a good message about where we find the answer to our hurt and pain when we turn through the pages of Revelation. Only by seeing the attributes of God can we be comforted in the midst of our pain.

    The Answer of Praise (Masterpiece of Hope Series) Revelation 15:3-4; 11:16-18 We must learn to trust in who God is, and that he is good. Chapel Service of Plainfield Christian Church Rob Hoos Introduction There are some things that we think good Christians just don’t say. It doesn’t matter ...read more

  • Death's Funeral

    Contributed on Apr 21, 2007
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    This sermon is about how we do not need to fear death. We can gain hope from Christ because he is eternal, and he has promised that we will be made to overcome death as he has. It still needs a little work, but i am a fan of the main idea of it.

    Death’s Funeral (Masterpiece of Hope Series) Revelation 1:9-28 We can have courage because Christ is Eternal Chapel Service of Plainfield Christian Church Rob Hoos The Finality of Death When I was just around the age of five or six years old I attended my first funeral. They have ...read more

  • The Abnormal Guest List

    Contributed on Apr 19, 2007
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    This sermon is meant to show the Audience that we ought to reach out to the outcasts of society because Jesus reached out to them, we’re compared to them, and they’re who make up the kingdom of heaven.

    The Abnormal Guest List (Part of a series about who Jesus is) Luke 14:12-24 We ought to reach out to the outcasts, because that’s what God does. Jr. High Service at Plainfield Christian Church Rob Hoos Introduction A year or so ago, I was dating this girl named Jessica. There was a great ...read more

  • The Older Brother

    Contributed on Apr 2, 2007
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    This sermon is all about welcoming lost people home with joy and gladness. The trick to it is to wear an old pair of jeans and a t-shirt underneath your suit, and as you read the parable of the Lost Son, strip off articles slowly without even acknowledgin

    The Older Son Luke 15:1-32 Welcoming the lost as found with great joy Chapel Service of Plainfield Christian Church Rob Hoos Introduction: Good evening, how are all of you doing tonight? Good, good. Tonight, I have come to set right a common misconception that exists among the church at ...read more

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  • One Kentucky Night

    Contributed on Apr 21, 2007
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    One Kentucky Night I think that God has given us these pictures of what we were meant for in nature as a testimony to our hearts cry for him. And that’s why, one night my friends and I found ourselves where we did. On our way back from watching a basketball game in Kentucky, we found ourselves ...read more

  • The Finality Of Death

    Contributed on Apr 21, 2007
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    The Finality of Death When I was just around the age of five or six years old I attended my first funeral. They have since become something that I am used to, but this first time was something that was very memorable for me. I remember standing there, barely able to see into the coffin, and ...read more