Preaching from Hebrews 12:1-3, Dr. Akin challenges the Fall 2009 graduates to keep their eyes on Christ and run with endurance in the race that God has laid out before them.
Preaching from Romans 15, Dr. Akin delineates the marks of Great Commission people. He exhorts believers to focus on the nations, be saturated by the gospel, and help those whom God sends.
Preaching from Psalm 23, Crook demonstrates how instead of being overwhelmed by the world, we should be overwhelmed by the Shepherd.
Preaching from Mark 8:22-33, Josh Smith shows how this parable is the hinge pin of Mark. Just as the disciples’ vision of Jesus was faulty, we too, need to see Jesus clearly as Messiah. (Poor audio for first 3:48)
Preaching from Acts 17, Dr. Jacumin shows us that a real resurgence begins with a brokenness for the lost, is built upon an authentic message, will take authentic courage, and will result in authentic praise.
Preaching from Philippians 2, Trotter presents the call to consider others better than yourself with the all important question, “Who’s the least important person in the room?”
This message was presented as part of the Page Lecture Series. Dr. Vanhoozer continues his lecture, “Doing Faith: Seeking (and Showing) Understanding in Company with Christ.”
This message was presented as part of the Page Lecture series at Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary. Dr. Vanhoozer is speaking on the theme, “Doing Faith: Seeking (and Showing) Understanding in Company with Christ”.
Preaching from Psalm 31, Henderson challenges us to face discouragement with the hope that we find in the mercy and grace of our heavenly Father.