Richard Ellis Talks

Richard Ellis


March 9, 2017

The story of Peter sharing the Gospel with Cornelius, a gentile, is an example to us that God will sometimes stretch us to break traditions for His purpose of reaching others. We must make sure to be listening to God and not going off and doing things on our own. The people He calls us to reach and the places He calls us to go may stretch us, but everyone is in need of Him, even ourselves.

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The story of Jesus raising Lazarus from the dead showed the disciples that even death cannot stop Him, yet when He did and was placed in a tomb they doubted what He had promised. Nothing is impossible for God to do in our lives and we need to remember that and trust Him.
March 8, 2017
Our lives change when we are broken over our sin and we experience God’s forgiveness when we repent. Then we need others to help us put the pieces together and show us how it looks to live the Christian life. Because of others helping us, we can get to a place of being able to help others who feel like they are in pieces.
March 7, 2017
There are all kinds of categories of people that come into a church, but God has called those a part of His Church to be involved with one another and live in community. Knockers are unbelievers seeking for God, and also they are believers continually pursuing God. Rockers are those who live out the Gospel and what Christ has called us to, rocking the world as they go. May we be both.
March 6, 2017
Being smart is very different than being wise, and as children of God we are instructed to grow in wisdom in order so that we may make wise choices. The more that we seek after wisdom the more we develop the Pop Eye, seeing things through Gods eyes. Wisdom involves knowing what the right thing is to do and acting on that, making good choices to avoid future downfall or mistakes.
March 5, 2017
The Bible tells us that everything in creation is held together by God and He is present in every place. There is nothing that we can do to get away from Him, so when we finally surrender to Him He begins to live inside of us through His Spirit. Once He is inside of you and you are saved, you can never lose Him and He will always be with you.
March 3, 2017
Because of Christ’s death on the cross, we have all been given the grace and forgiveness needed to be accepted by God as His children. There is no sin too great to be covered by His grace. Once we experience His grace in our own lives, we can share that with the hurting people around us.
March 2, 2017
God provided a way of justice for our sins through Christ’s death on the cross so that we can be brought into perfect peace in relationship with Him. When we have peace with God, we can see past the differences of others and extend peace to them.
March 1, 2017
The idea of Fat Tuesday is to party hard and get sin out of our system before seeking forgiveness on Ash Wednesday and moving into Lent. The Christian life does not work this way because all sin has consequence. Although God forgives us, we must strive to live a life that is obedient to Him at all times, making nothing else an idol.
February 28, 2017
The term “about face” means to turn around completely and go in the opposite direction. When Jesus died on the cross He made it possible for us to turn from the sinful life we’d been living and follow Him. When we choose to follow Christ we begin a relationship with God, and when we die one day we will have a familiar face to face encounter and we will live with Him forever in Heaven.
February 27, 2017
Scripture tells us that nothing is impossible with God, but He always works for his own glory. When we are living in obedience to God, there is nothing that can stand in our way. He may allow difficulties to come, but it is only so that others may see His glory in and through it all.
February 26, 2017
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About Richard Ellis Talks

The reason this radio show exists, is to share Richard's talks about a God who is alive. A God who loves you. A God who wants to give you hope and a future. Hear Richard talk. Feel God. And if you'd ever want to find out more about who God is, and how to get to know Him a little better, we'd love to connect with you, at, or call us anytime at 855-6-RICHARD. Of course, Richard and his team would love to stay in contact with you on all the social media platforms. Just search for "Talk With Richard" so we can keep the conversation going!

About Richard Ellis

Authentic... Genuine... Sincere... This guy is the real deal. He loves God. He loves his wife Rebecca and his 3 daughters. He loves people. He loves his job. He loves Texas BBQ. He loves an occasional round of golf. And he loves the Dallas Cowboys (but don’t hold that against him!).

Richard grew up as a missionary kid in Brazil, coming back to the states to finish his education. He graduated from Baylor University in 1982 with a BA in Oral Communications, and earned his MDIV in 1985 from Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary, making him the sixth generation of pastors in his family. His early days of ministry included serving for three years as the Single Adults Pastor at the First Baptist Church of Dallas.

Then in 1997, Richard Ellis founded Reunion Church, a multi-cultural, multi-ethnic, non-denominational church in the heart of Dallas,Texas. Dallas needed a church like it. And it would need a pastor like Richard. So Reunion Church was born. And now the radio show and the website ( join the Reunion Church community under the leadership of this guy. And we’re all the better for it!

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