Rodney's church

Mason's Ministry
Georgetown, Kentucky 40324

About Rodney
  • Education: High school graduate with some college experience. I am enrolled at Baptist Seminary of Kentucky and attempting to get a Master’s in Christian Counseling.
  • Experience: I have been a youth pastor at a few churches in Kentucky. I am currently helping a pastor friend with his Young Adult Ministry. I help start a prison ministry at my home church, where I preached for 7 years. I am currently assisting with a counseling ministry for young people.
  • Comment to those looking at my sermons: Feel free to use them any way God tells you to use them. If God says use the whole sermon than use it. If God says don’t use it than leave it alone.
  • Sermon or series that made a difference: God allowed me to preach a 5 sermons in a series on "Who I am in Jesus". Impacted the way I see myself and others that are christians.
  • One of my favorite illustrations: The story of the young man in the olympics that fell while he was running the 800 meters and injured himself badly. At the time of the fall, the young man was winning. trying to get back to his feet he was not able to do it. So his father came out of the stands, picked him up and finished the last lap of the race with his son under his arm. This reminds me of what God is doing for me.
  • Family: I am married and the father of 2 boys and 1 girl. I am the oldest of three children. I live in the city that I grew up and so I am surround by aunts, uncles and many cousins.
  • What my parents think of my sermons: My mother is a support of my ministry and preaching, she has been a constant encourager.
  • What my spouse (really) thinks of my sermons: My wife has been a wonderful support but she also she is my best critic. She has helped develop my preaching style and challenged me to great ministry.
  • Best advice given to me about preaching: Before you preach, you need to ask God to save you from you, so that He may show through you. Advice given to me by a older preacher that struggled with believing what people said about his preaching.
  • Books that have had an impact: The Holy Bible by God, Bondage Breaker by N. Anderson, Maximizing the Moment by Jakes, Knowing God by Packard, Whens Shepherds bleed by Jakes, The Cost of Discipleship by Bonhoeffer,
  • If I could Preach one more time, I would say...: Jesus loves and cares for us, don’t believe me look at the cross.
  • What I want on my tombstone: Rehoboath:The Lord has made room and made me fruitful.
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  • It A New Season

    Contributed on May 9, 2013
    based on 1 rating

    We must believe that God is bringing us out of the old and transitioning us into the new.

    INTRODUCTION: The theme for this month is “It’s a New Season!” We have moved from 2011 into 2012; I don’t know about you but I must stop and praise God for allowing me and assisting me to move into my new season. But for some of us to experience this new season, we need to more

  • Do You See What He Sees?

    Contributed on Sep 22, 2006
    based on 4 ratings

    This sermon is to develop a theology of the people that God calls to do ministry.

    As Jesus passed by Levi what does He see? As Jesus passes by us today what does He see? Let us xpose the truths of this text to answer these questions: I. He saw his problem-"he saw Levi...sitting in the tax booth" a. Status-A jewish tax collector, he was hated by hisown people because he more

  • God's Promises

    Contributed on Sep 17, 2004
    based on 76 ratings

    To survive the storms of life, we must understand that in God there are promises that He has made to us.

    Introduction This week will start part 1 of 2 sermons entitled “Standing on the Promises”. The world we live in is full of troubles, tensions and turmoil. If we don’t have something to hold on to, we as the world will be hopeless and helpless. But we do have something to hold on to, the more

  • Hold On

    Contributed on Sep 17, 2004
    based on 14 ratings

    It is important that Christians understand that they possess the ability to weather the storms of life.

    Introduction This week will start part 2 of 2 sermons entitled “Standing on the Promises”. The world we live in is full of troubles, tensions and turmoil. If we don’t have something to hold on to, we as the world will be hopeless and helpless. I am reminded of my childhood when I was in school more

  • Living A Victorious Life

    Contributed on Sep 16, 2004
    based on 95 ratings

    This sermon helps us a Christians to be able to have a life of victory. With these 4 steps we can move from victim to victor.

    Introduction To live victorious, there is no self-help program but only a “God help me” program. James, the brother of Jesus, details 4 steps to help us to live as a victor and not a victim. Step 1-Submission to God · Submit means to yield or surrender oneself to the will or authority of more

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