• William Fix

    Contributing sermons since Dec 16, 2001
William's church

Taylor Free Methodist Church
Taylor, Michigan 48180

About William
  • Education: The best education is from practical experience living with people that have added wonderful moments to my life. Doctrate in Theology, Masters in Religious Education, Bachelors in Business and Religious Education, and an Associate Degree In Biblical Studies.
  • Experience: Pastor for the past sixteen years. Part time Evangelist Children’s Worker before that.
  • Comment to those looking at my sermons: If you can use anything I have written, I would be honored. I am really a very introverted shy person. God has changed me so that I can Pastor the way that I do.
  • Sermon or series that made a difference: Living in the WORLD but not being part of it W - Wisdom O - Obedience R - Reliance on God L - Love D - Diligence
  • One of my favorite illustrations: My favorite illustration is really an object lesson involving a baby bib and an apron. There are too many Christians still wearing the bib saying feed me. More Christians should pitch the bib and put on an apron - Oh you still get to eat with an apron on but you do some of the serving too.
  • Family: Dottie is my beautiful wife of 30 years. We have two grown daughters Leona and Lynnette. Leona is married to Toby and they have given us our first grandchild, Lydia Faith. Lynnette is engaged to be married in May of 2002. We vacation often in Florida where Tpby, Leona, and Lydia make their home. Our church family is awesome too. we have many friends in our ministry that we just consider family.
  • What my parents think of my sermons: They are both with the Lord but I know they would realize that much of what I preach is a reflection of who God made me to be through my parents and heritage.
  • What my spouse (really) thinks of my sermons: We often prepare messages together and she gives me many ideas and sermon illustrations. Dottie thinks often of a time before we were called into the ministry. She cannot believe how God has used plain ole us to speak the wisdom of God.
  • Best advice given to me about preaching: Humble thyself in the sight of the Lord and He will lift you up.
  • Books that have had an impact: Holy Bible - Handfuls of Purpose Commentary Developing the Leader Within You - Maxwell
  • Hobbies: Illusions, puppetry, ventiloquism, fishing, hunting
  • If I could Preach one more time, I would say...: I have lived a good life as a Christian. It has been full and abundant, just as Jesus promised. If there were no rewards, even if there were no heaven, I’d want to live the same Christian life. But there are rewards and there is heaven.
  • Something funny that happened while preaching: In my early preaching years I preached from a platform that had portable stairs. I often would walk to these stairs and step down so that I could be closer to the audience. One Sunday someone had moved the stairs to the other end of the platform. When I stepped down as I normally would in the normal location of the stairs, I really stepped down!
  • What I want on my tombstone: God made all the difference in this life gone Home
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  • Does God Really Love Least Things

    Contributed on Feb 4, 2002
    based on 9 ratings

    Does God really love least things? Have you ever thought of yourself as insignificant? Least probably in all of God’s creation? What does God’s Word say about the least? Who are they? It may surprise you that if you are least by your own choosing, Go

    This is the final message from the series entitled Does God Love These Things. We have explred the following: 1. "Does God Love Laughter?" 2. "Does God Love Lost People" 3. "Does God Love, Love Making?" Today we are going to look at a forth question. "Does God Really Love Least Things?" I more

  • Does God Love, Love Making

    Contributed on Feb 4, 2002
    based on 24 ratings

    Does God Love, Love Making? You cannot turn on secular television without seeing an ongoing solicitation that is sexual in nature. In most cases these are most likely a perversion of the sex that God approves of for man. But does He love, love making.

    We are in a series entitled does God really Love These Things and we have answered the question. Does God Love Laughter. God wants us to a full and abundant life full of hope, peace, and joy. Included in all of that is laughter. The Bible very clearly states that there is a time for laughter. I more

  • Does God Love Lost People?

    Contributed on Jan 1, 2002
    based on 28 ratings

    When we encounter people on the street that obviously live there are we turned off by them? Are we turned off socially? Is our compassion turned off? Do we love these people? Or more importantly, does God love them?

    Does God Really Love These Things? Part 2 Does God Love Lost People? Sr. Pastor Taylor Free Methodist Church Let’s begin by answering the question, “Does God love lost people?” For God so loved the world that he gave one and only Son that whoever believes in Him shall not perish but have more

  • Does God Love Laughter

    Contributed on Dec 31, 2001
    based on 84 ratings

    We are a laughing generation. We even pay people to make us laugh. What does God think of our laughter? Does he make us laugh at times?

    Welcome To Taylor For People Like You! Does God Really Love These things Part l Does God Love Laughter? A cheerful heart is good medicine. Proverbs 17:22 It comes from an ATTITUDE OF HOPE. It comes from God Psalm 62:1,2,5 Many call this a capital A attitude. My soul finds rest in more

  • Redeeming The Time

    Contributed on Dec 27, 2001
    based on 108 ratings

    It is so apparent as I spend time with people of all ages, that many are not spending their precious time too wisely. Some have chosen a pity part over life. Jesus came to give life and that life more abundant!

    It is so apparent as I spend time with people of all ages, that many are not spending their precious time too wisely. Some have chosen a pity part over life. Jesus came to give life and that life more abundant! Today we are talking about time, redeeming the time. Did you hear about the widow more

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