• Doug Fannon

    Contributing sermons since Oct 27, 2016
Doug's church

Rosemont Baptist Church
Niceville, Florida 32578

About Doug
  • Education: MDiv, New Orleans Baptist Theological Seminary MS in Administration, Central Michigan University BS in Aeronautical Studies, Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University
  • Experience: 2 years on the mission Field in Indonesia with the SBC IMB. 8 years associate pastor/youth minister/education director/minister of everything else. Senior pastor since 2010. Retired Air Force Pilot (25 years)
  • Comment to those looking at my sermons: Please feel free to use anything you find. Don't hesitate to email me with any questions or comments.
  • Family: Married to Ellen, our church pianist and a practicing veterinarian. 5 children, 4 grown and one still at home.
  • Books that have had an impact: "Knowledge of the Holy" by A.W.tozer
  • Hobbies: Aviation History, Outdoors with the family, and Travel
  • What I want on my tombstone: 2 Timothy 4:7
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  • Victory Over Death

    Contributed on Apr 18, 2022

    Resurrection Day Message, last sermon in the series "The Believer's Hope." Like Jesus, we too can have the victory over death. All Scripture references are from the NASB.

    The pyramids of Egypt are famous because they contain the mummified bodies of ancient Egyptian kings. Westminster Abbey in London is renowned, because in it rest the bodies of English nobles and notables. Mohammed’s tomb (medina, Saudi Arabia) is noted for the stone coffin and the bones which it more

  • The Resurrected Body

    Contributed on Apr 10, 2022

    Palm Sunday Message. If there is a resurrection, how does it work? What is the resurrected body like? all Scripture quotes are from the NASB.

    Today is Palm Sunday, the day we remember Jesus’ triumphal entry into Jerusalem, the people were waving palm branches, and shouting “Hosanna! Blessed is He who comes in the name of the LORD” (Mark11:9). What a joyful day that was. In its OT context, from Psalm 118:25, Hosanna means ‘I beseech more

  • Doubting The Resurrection

    Contributed on Apr 4, 2022

    Why do we doubt about the resurrection? All Scripture references is from the NASB.

    The resurrection is central to the Christian faith and without the resurrection of the dead, we have no hope. One of the many problems in the church at Corinth was the problem of believing in the resurrection of the dead. We would ask, is there life after death? A popular Greek belief 2000 years more

  • Our Future Hope

    Contributed on Apr 4, 2022

    The resurrection of Jesus is our hope for eternity. All Scripture references (except where noted) is from the NASB.

    The resurrection of Jesus is our hope for eternity. A week ago last Friday, Mr. Merle (a prominent man in our congregation) went to be with Lord. We buried his earthy remains last Thursday. There was hope in that funeral service because Jesus said: John 14:19b … because I live, you will live more

  • What If There Was No Resurrection?

    Contributed on Mar 21, 2022

    The second sermon on this series from 1 Corinthians 15. all Scripture references are from the NASB.

    Our hope as true Christians and believers in Jesus Christ lie is fact of Jesus’ death, burial, and resurrection. Without any one of these three things, our faith would be futile and worthless. “Can you be Christian and not believe in the resurrection?” shouts the headline in the Salt Lake Tribune more

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