• Scott Maze

    Contributing sermons since Feb 15, 2007
Scott's church

Cross Church
North Richland Hills, Texas 76180

About Scott
  • Education: University of Southern Indiana, Bachelor of Science Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary, Master of Divinity Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary, Doctor of Philosophy
  • Experience: Pastor at North Richland Hills Baptist Church and our second location, Cross Church. Both locations are in Fort Worth, TX. I have had the privilege of serving churches in both Texas and Arkansas for the past twenty years.
  • Comment to those looking at my sermons: I hope the Lord will benefit you as you teach and study God's Word. I have benefitted from numerous other sermons and pastors through the years. I always footnote the source but the footnotes do not come through on this site.
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  • Richard M. Nixon Served As The 37th President Of ...

    Contributed on Feb 15, 2007

    Richard M. Nixon served as the 37th president of the United States. He was a polarizing figure who won the presidential office by a landslide and then later resigned in disgrace just 21 months later. His disgrace culminated with the Democratic party getting their man, Jimmy Carter, into the more

  • Jackie Robinson

    Contributed on Feb 15, 2007

    Jackie Robinson was the first black major-league baseball player. He was the victim of racial hatred nearly everywhere he played baseball. There were fast balls thrown at his hear and curses and slurs hurled at him from the dugouts and stands. One day, playing at home in Brooklyn, Jackie more

  • British Writer, Oscar Wilde, Once Said, "I Can ...

    Contributed on Feb 15, 2007

    British writer, Oscar Wilde, once said, “I can resist more

  • On June 17, 2002 Federal Authorities Arrested A ...

    Contributed on Feb 15, 2007

    On June 17, 2002 Federal authorities arrested a United States Forest Service employee for starting the largest fire in Colorado’s history. Terry Barton was a 38-year-old woman and had worked every summer for the Forest Service for 18 or 19 years. She had ventured into the forest to burn a more