Preaching from 2 Corinthians, Dr. Akin gives the commencement address to the Spring, 2010 graduates of Southeastern Seminary.
Preaching from James 1, Akin reminds that the man of God is one who grows in humility and wisdom; having endured testing and hardship, he finds his strength in the Lord, recognizing that all that he is, he is because of Christ.
Preaching from 1 Thessalonians 2, Marlowe challenges us to strive for integrity in all things, reminding us that a failure of integrity will impact our preaching, our services and our witness for Christ.
Preaching from Galatians 6, Swain reminds us of the importance of authentic Christian living within the context of the local church, where fellow Christians, confess sin to one another and bear one another’s burdens; always seeking to honor Christ and minister with grace.
Days before the release of the GCR Task Force recommendations, Baptist TwentyOne brought together several of the Task Force members for a panel discussion at Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary.
Preaching from 1 Chronicles, Mills reminds us of David’s desire to honor God, and challenges us to glorify the Lord through the heritage that we leave to our family and our churches.
In his final lecture before retirement, Dr. McDill reminds us of the priority of preaching. The sufficiency of scripture for all of life and doctrine, requires that we let God’s Word speak for itself without the filter of our opinions or personal agendas.
Preaching from Jeremiah 18, Harper encourages us to remember that our sovereign God will continue to mold and shape us. Despite our failures, He will accomplish His purposes in our life, for His glory.