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A Gospel For The Wacky

I will be adding the video for this sermon in a separate post.  Below you will find the manuscript for a sermon titled:  “A Gospel for the Wacky” based on Luke 19:1-10, preached on 11/3/2013 at the Patterson Avenue Baptist Church. “A Gospel for the Wacky” Luke 19:1-10 Art Graham, former Associate Pastor of this […]

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Gramma’s Cooking, Real Good BBQ Sauce, Jesus’ Resurrection, Mama’s Embrace, and Life in God’s Grace

I love BBQ.  Real Good BBQ. On October 27, 2013 at the Patterson Avenue Baptist Church I invited some of the young men (boys) in the church to help me make BBQ sauce. As we cooked, I told them a few stories… About My Jewish Grandmother Teaching Me To Cook About My Son And I Learning How To […]

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Would You Be Mine, Could You Be Mine, Won’t You Be My Neighbor?

The sermon video below is from the July 14, 2013 worship gathering of the Patterson Avenue Baptist Church.  Immediately below the video you’ll find the manuscript of the sermon. Would You Be Mine, Could You Be Mine, Won’t You Be My Neighbor? Luke 10:25-37 On one occasion an expert in the law stood up to […]

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The Implication of the Doctrine of the Trinity (Part 2) – Video and Manuscript

This is the second in a two-part series of sermons titled:  “The Implications of the Doctrine of the Trinity on the Christian Life” based on Roman 5:1-11.  This sermon was preached on June 2, 2013 at the Patterson Avenue Baptist Church in Richmond, Virginia. _________________ Christian Preaching: A Trinitarian Theology of Proclamation by: Michael Pasquarello […]

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The Implications of the Doctrine of the Trinity on the Christian Life (Part 1) Video and Manuscript Sermon

The Implications of the Doctrine of the Trinity (Part 1) Roman 5:1-5   Prolific children’s book author and illustrator Joan Walsh Anglund once said, “Birds do not sing because they have an answer, They sing because they have a song!” Ever since I first heard that statement, it has remained lodged in my thoughts.  As […]

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Repent (Video and Manuscript, Lent 3) of Sermon Based on Luke 13:1-9

The video below is the sermon for the third Sunday of Lent (March 3rd, 2013) based on Luke 13:1-9, preached at http://www.pattersonavenuebaptist.com, in Richmond, Virginia.   Just below the video, you will also find the text for the sermon (and below that, a resource that might help you explore the sermon topic in greater depth and detail. […]

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Next Person In Line, Please (Video and Manuscript Sermon)

The sermon for this post was preached at the Patterson Avenue Baptist Church on January 13, 2012.  The sermon is titled: “Next Person In Line, Please.” You can watch the 21 minute video of the sermon “Next Person In Line, Please” when you click this hyperline now… …or you can read the manuscript of the message […]

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Jesus Christmas Wish List (Sermon Video)

What is on “Jesus Christmas Wish List?” I know what’s on my list.  I know what my wife wants and what my children want. But what about Jesus?  It’s his birthday, after all.  What is on “Jesus Christmas Wish List?” I do not think he needs a new Ipad, Ipod, or Iphone.  I do not […]

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What Do You Suppose God Looks Like? (Sermon)

Throughout Advent I am reading Michael Slaughter’s book “Christmas is Not Your Birthday: Experience the Joy of Living and Giving Like Jesus.”  Along the way, many of the themes Slaughter addresses will, no doubt, find their way into my preaching, teaching, and thinking. In the sermon for Advent 1/C – preaching December 2, 2012 at […]

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Recent Sermons at Patterson Avenue Baptist

This page contaings links to watch the three recent sermons preached at the Patterson Avenue Baptist Church. Sermon # 1 was preached on November 11, 2012 by myself (Bill Nieporte).  The titled for the sermons is “How Much More.” Jesus refers the love human parents have for their children. We know not to give a scorpion […]

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