Preaching from Romans 3:21-26, Thabiti Anyabwile reminds us that the sacrifice of Jesus Christ, both demonstrated and satisfied the Father’s righteousness while at the same time achieving righteousness for every sinner who believes in Jesus.
Preaching from the book of Acts, MacDonald gives us a pattern of ministry seen in the life and ministry of Paul and the new testament church.
9Marks has traditionally held a panel discussion after sermons in order to offer encouragement and helpful criticism to the preacher. This panel discussion followed James MacDonald’s message at the 2011 9Marks at Southeastern conference.
Preaching from Galatians, Akin shows us insights on the Gospel that are found in Paul’s first epistle. He argues that it is better to preach the right gospel with the wrong motives than to preach the wrong gospel with the right motives.
9Marks has traditionally held a panel discussion after sermons in order to offer encouragement and helpful criticism to the preacher. This panel discussion followed Danny Akin’s message at the 2011 9Marks at Southeastern conference.
Preaching from Philippians 4, Darrin Patrick challenges us to find our contentment in what Christ has done for us. Our satisfaction can only be found in Him.
Preaching from 1 Timothy 1:15-17, Dever affirms that the Gospel is good news for everybody who will repent of their sins and trust in Christ.
Each semester students are given the opportunity to submit questions for Dr. Akin to address. This week he is joined by Dr. Keathley, Dr. Ashford, and Dr. Liederbach for a panel discussion on the various questions submitted.
Preaching from Galatians 5:1, Liederbach examines what true freedom looks like in the life of the believer.