• William Nieporte

    Contributing sermons since May 17, 2005
William's church

Patterson Avenue Baptist Church
Richmond, Virginia 23221

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  • Dust

    Contributed on Feb 4, 2013
    based on 1 rating

    Sermon preached at a community Good Friday service in Richmond, Virginia

    DUST “Good Friday Community Meditation” I don’t know what things have been like around your house, but around the Nieporte’s’ household, we’ve been focusing on SPRING CLEANING. Now throughout the year we do clean the house. We mop floors, vacuum the more

  • Borders

    Contributed on Feb 4, 2013

    Thanksgiving sermon preached at a community service in Richmond, Virginia.

    Borders Luke 17:11-19 Borders can be places of drama and danger. I’m not just talking about the borders between nations and peoples. Those places are bad enough. Usually, if a nation crosses the border into another country, they are marching either to victory or defeat. Dig through more

  • Ain't It Awful

    Contributed on Feb 4, 2013
    based on 4 ratings

    Elijah mistakenly thought he was alone in his service to God.

    Have you noticed that more and more people seem to be joining the “Ain't it Awful Club”? In fact, there are new chapters forming every day. Some gather in the neighborhood barber shop or beauty salon. Others meet at the community coffee house, the corner pub, or next to the water more

  • The Thanksgiving Packrat

    Contributed on Nov 19, 2007
    based on 9 ratings

    Thanksgiving sermon based on Psalm 100

    Have you ever seen a young child clap her hands? We have several young children at Patterson Avenue Baptist Church – and they clap their hands for almost anything. Place them in the company of other children and they will clap their hands. Give them some food and their will clap there hands. more

  • Do You Enjoy God

    Contributed on Nov 19, 2007
    based on 4 ratings

    This was preached two Sundays after my resignation, dealing with the approaching time of transition that the church (and pastor) will be experiencing.

    Introduction: Hold items dug up in the process of moving. Use them as references to all of the change that we have experienced individually and as a church. File – containing clergy records Church – nearly 75% of you were not actively involved when I arrived New article – 911 and all that more