Richard Ellis Talks

Richard Ellis


January 5, 2011

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Womb Mates
January 4, 2011
It is a fact of life that tragedy happens.  The question is how you will respond after the fact.  Will you worship God despite your circumstances, or will you shake your fist at him when tragedy occurs?  Everyone can make plans in their lives, but we must always remember to leave those plans open for God to change them.  Sometimes the way God gets us to where he wants us to go is never the way we would have chosen, and still we must worship him.
January 3, 2011
Wishy Washy
January 2, 2011
Days of Our Lives
December 31, 2010
Life Support
December 30, 2010
It is common for Christians to think that they must be meek and turn the other cheek at all times, however when it comes to spiritual matters it is essential to fight.  The devil attacks Christians, their friends, and their families, and the only way to fight is to wear the armor of God and use the Word, the sword.  Christians must not only fight for themselves, but God also lays it on their hearts at the right times to fight for those around them.  While still here on earth, it is necessary to fight.
December 29, 2010
Old School
December 28, 2010
Me We
December 27, 2010
Just as there is a mess after the birth of a new baby, there is a mess in the life of a Christian after they are born again.  The Bible talks about the struggles of sin among Christians because Christians sin!  To grow in the Christian life means to confess our sins.  When we do sin, Jesus Christ is our highest-powered attorney who bails us out every time.  While there are still consequences for the mess that we make, we have life after birth and then afterlife.
December 26, 2010
It is easy, almost natural, to be owned by our stuff.  Yet Jesus says that we are to care for the poor, which sometimes means we must sell something we have in order to do that.  We do not fall into the category of “poor” when we still have stuff that we could sell.  It’s those who have sold all that they have simply to put food on the table that we are called to help.  It may not be appealing, but as Christians we should ask God what He wants us to sell so that we may help someone in need who may potentially become a brother or sister in Christ.
December 24, 2010
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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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