Around the Horn (October 18)

Biblical Theology in Discipleship According to Nancy Guthrie, often the way we disciple others in the Scriptures is disjoined and lacking the Christological unifying principle. She makes the case that discipleship that teaches Christ from

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Around the Horn (October 11)

Obey God with Your Creativity: The Christian Duty of Imagination  In this article, John Piper discusses the idea that there is a Christian duty and biblical basis for using one's imagination. In fact, in using our

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Around the Horn (October 4)

Why Staying In Your Church Longterm in Good for You Good relationships take time, not months, years. The same is true for church members. Yet, there is a pattern in many churches where just as

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Around the Horn (September 27)

Here’s What Happened When This North Carolina Church Stood up to Discrimination In a time when churches are losing their voices of influence cities and municipalities are taking the opportunity to enact or interpret laws that discriminate

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Around the Horn (September 20)

Why Discipleship is War The preaching of the word of God is a key way that God has ordained to shape men and women into the image of his Son. Hence, preaching is much more

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Around the Horn (September 13)

No Excuses for Preaching Bad Sermons In the modern world there are tools all around that will help us in sermon preparation. Therefore, there are no excuses for bad sermons. However, relying too heavily on those tools

By |September 13th, 2018|Categories: Around the Horn|

Around the Horn (September 6)

Real Sermons are Not Lectures or Moral Stories In this podcast (and accompanying transcript), Burk Parsons makes a clear argument that by preaching the pastor is serving his congregation, which means it is vital to

By |September 6th, 2018|Categories: Around the Horn|

Around the Horn (August 30)

Pride and the Preacher Preaching has the potential to promote a sense of pride in the preacher. Preachers can often hear praises from their hearers and can be viewed as the people with all the

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Around the Horn (August 23)

Center Your Sermon on Spurgeon's 3 R's  There are a number of methods for ensuring you present the Gospel fully when you preach and evangelize. According to Jeff Robinson, Spurgeon had a 3 R's method

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Around the Horn (August 16)

Getting "Unhitched" from the Old Testament? Andy Stanley Aims at Heresy Pastor Andy Stanely continues to show a pattern of dangerous thinking in his approach to Scripture. He continues to treat the Old Testament as less

By |August 16th, 2018|Categories: Around the Horn|