Around the Horn (October 3)

Two Kinds of Sermons that Seem Expositional But Really Aren't  In this 9Marks post, Matthew Martens notes, "Too many sermons focus on the biblical text, but fail to exposit the main point of the scriptural

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Around the Horn (September 26)

Laziness is Profoundly Unchristian The Apostle Paul speaks quite a bit about the topic of work ethic. He warns the church at Thessalonica against idleness. Paul does so, according to David Mathis, because the sin

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Around the Horn (September 19)

12 Reasons to Commit to Expository Preaching Jason K. Allen notes, "Expository preaching is to rightly interpret and explain the text, in its context, and to bring the text to bear upon the lives of

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Around the Horn (September 12)

3 Reasons Your Church Shouldn't Be a Perfect Fit for You Honestly ask yourself, "If your church is perfect for you would anyone else be in it?" Often we confuse our preferences with matters of fidelity,

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Around the Horn (September 5)

Don't Flatter! Encourage. Flattery is unhealthy. That is the premise of Sean DeMars in this post. He even goes so far as to call it sin. So, where is the line between flattery and encouragement?

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Around the Horn (August 29)

The Source of Biblical Boldness In this post, Alex Kocman points out that in the modern day task of speaking the truth in love there is a path to walk where there are ditches on

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Around the Horn (August 22)

The Rest of the Story: Placing an Old Testament Text in Salvation History If the scriptures are a web and pulling on one part will inevitablely lead to all the other parts, then it is

By |August 21st, 2019|Categories: Around the Horn|

Around the Horn (August 15)

Why I am Committed to Expository Preaching In this post, Jason Allen, president of Midwestern Baptist Theological Seminary, describes his journey into understanding the importance of expository preaching. What is Preaching? How do you go

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Around the Horn (August 8)

Not with Lofty Speech In this post, John Piper challenges preachers to proclaim in such a way as to never nullify the cross. According to Piper no matter your preaching style, there is always a

By |August 7th, 2019|Categories: Around the Horn|

Around the Horn (August 1)

Middle Relievers for the Kingdom In baseball, the middle reliever my not be the most recognized of players, but that does not mean middle relievers are not vital to the game. They play an important

By |August 1st, 2019|Categories: Around the Horn|