• Timothy Smith

    Contributing sermons since Sep 8, 2002
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Timothy Smith
Milledgeville, Georgia 31061

About Timothy
  • Education: B.A. Degree Atlanta Christian College B.Th. Degree Atlanta Christian College M.A. Liberty University
  • Experience: 20+ years of ministry in Ohio, Tennessee, Florida and Colorado. Longest ministry: 12 years in Boca Raton, FL
  • Comment to those looking at my sermons: Main Resources: Preachers: Bill Hybels, Rick Warren, Bob Russell, Andy Stanley Books: Anything by Lucado Video Clips: Drama: Willow Creek Also.. feel free to use my messages in any way necessary. You do not have to refer to me or give me credit. The only thing I ask is that you do not use my personal illustrations (like of me and my wife or kids) as your own. We’re in this together!!
  • Family: Married to Deborah N. Smith - May 25, 1973 Three Children, Marlo (B.1979); Russell (B.1981); Zach (b.1983) Eleven Grandchildren
  • Best advice given to me about preaching: Let God use the you that He made!
  • Books that have had an impact: Simple Church No Perfect People Allowed Purpose Driven Church, One Size Doesn’t Fit All, Courageous Leadership Contarian Leadership
  • Hobbies: Computer Reading Movies Baseball
  • What I want on my tombstone: His was only one life, it soon passed, but what he did for Christ.. that will last!
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  • Intentional Pursuit

    Contributed on Feb 18, 2019

    The topic for this message is all about seeking God. The Magi, the shepherds and Simeon and Anna are used as examples of the different ways people found God. While certainly it fits during the Christmas season it could be preached anytime during the year.

    INTRODUCTION: (“Seek” Video from = 1:45) You know, again and again in scripture we find that God reveals himself to those who seek after Him. In fact, God seems to say that there is joy and pleasure in the search for Him. Psalm 70:4: “May all who seek you rejoice and be glad in more

  • For: Life - What A Beautiful Choice

    Contributed on Feb 12, 2019
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    INTRODUCTION: Video: To Value Life = 1:57 (Found and purchased from Sermon Spice)

    As we continue in our series explaining what we are FOR as a church we come to a very important and sometimes controversial subject. As a church we are FOR: LIFE. We wanted to talk about this because we believe it is a subject that is dear to our Lord and so must be to us as His followers. But I more

  • Hitting The Mark Of Doing Life Together

    Contributed on Oct 2, 2012

    Second in a series from the Preaching Team at Northridge Christian. This one is on the theme of doing life together in small groups. Jesus instituted this small group principle in the appointment of His Apostles. They, in turn, applied that principle in

    HITTING THE MARK – WEEK 2 Hitting the Mark of Doing Life Together Mark 3:13-18, Acts 2:42-47 INTRODUCTION: Its true isn’t it? There are just some things we are not meant to do alone. And here at Northridge we believe the best pathway to spiritual growth is by intentionally more

  • The Hallways: Blending The Blended Family

    Contributed on May 3, 2008
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    #5 in a six week series on marriage and parenting. This message discusses the concept of Step-Families and how to cope while blending.

    “THE HALLWAYS: BLENDING THE BLENDED FAMILY” Home Improvement - Week 5 Selected Scriptures INTRODUCTION: (Video: Brady Bunch Intro = 1:00) That show was one of the very first to show a blended family. What is interesting is that it really wasn’t all that huge a hit back when it came out more

  • The Doors: Releasing Your Child

    Contributed on May 3, 2008
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    #4 in a six week series on marriage and parenting. This message discusses the difficult task of releasing your child.

    "THE DOORS: RELEASING YOUR CHILD" Home Improvement - Week 4 1 SAM. 1:10-11, 24-27, Luke 15:11-13 INTRODUCTION: You know, of all the areas that we have talked about in this child rearing portion of our home improvement series, certainly for me and I think for all of us as parents.. more

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  • Yours, Mine And Ours: Crock-Pot Stepfamilies

    Contributed on May 3, 2008

    YOURS, MINE AND OURS: CROCK-POT STEPFAMILIES Video Clip - Yours, Mine and Ours (2005 version) = 3:23 Clip shows husband and wife announcing they were married without telling the children beforehand and shows the children fighting and Dad reacting badly. But the hammer is no answer and no more

  • Parents: How Do You React?

    Contributed on May 3, 2008

    PARENTS: HOW DO YOU REACT? When it came to our children’s younger days in school, they pretty much were raised in a semi-protected environment. They all went to pre-school at our church in Florida. As the minister, they know Daddy was just down the hall; in fact Deb was the Assistant Director. more

  • A Loaded Mini-Van Pulled Up To The Only Remaining ...

    Contributed on May 3, 2008
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    A loaded mini-van pulled up to the only remaining campsite. Four youngsters leaped from the vehicle and feverishly began unloading the gear and setting up the tent. The boys rushed off to gather firewood while the girls along with their mother began to set up the camp stove and cooking utensils. A more

  • Really Listen To Your Child. This Is So ...

    Contributed on May 3, 2008

    Really listen to your child. This is so important. I remember one time when Zach was about five, and he came up to me while I was reading and said, "Daddy?" I said, "What?" He said, "Daddy?" I said, "What?" He said again, "Daddy?" Finally I put down my book in exasperation and said, "What, Zach? I more

  • Praying For Them For Years

    Contributed on May 3, 2008

    PRAYING FOR THEM FOR YEARS David Stone is a preacher I know, and his mother changed my prayers for my children. She says that from day one she prayed that God would just surround them with an envelope of protection from Satan. But... she also prayed from day one for the girl that one day Dave more