My friends at Ridgeway Baptist Church in Memphis, TN sent a copy of one of my sermons this week. The sermon source is John 13, and was was delivered in late 2016, shortly before the elections. You can see the sermon online here, or watch it below: https://youtu.be/bi-p4uDE8ms
The pastor of First Baptist Church, Gentry AR arranged for my lesson/sermon to be recorded on an i-Phone and posted to the church's Facebook page. Despite some road weariness on my part after driving 5 hours to get to the church, I think the message turned out well for being recorded by iPhone. I'm told … Continue reading Observations from Matthew 20 (lesson/sermon | video link)
I haven't provided preaching updates online anywhere, so I'm posting one here, now, in hopes that I make updating on this site a more regular habit. I'm delivering a message Sunday, March 4 at First Baptist Church, Gentry, AR at 6:00 p.m. My friend Brother Eddie Knight is the new pastor at FBC Gentry and … Continue reading Short schedule update: March 4, 2018
This lesson/sermon from the Old Testament book of Daniel, chapter 6 as an audio file provides some insights and parallels I've spotted between the famous story of Daniel in the lion's den and some of the events in the passion of Jesus Christ in the New Testament. My speaking got off to a rocky start. An … Continue reading A few observations from Daniel 6 (audio lesson/sermon link)
It's been a long time since I've written for this site. That should change in 2018. Stay tuned.
This is the sermon I delivered during a Tenebrae service at White Station Baptist Church in Memphis, Tennessee. The sermon addresses the Old Testament Passover festival in light of the Lord's Supper, and (hopefully) prepares the mind, heart and soul of the listener to partake of the elements with a greater appreciation for the Lord's … Continue reading (Archive) Holy Thursday sermon on the Lord’s Supper
The judge/prophet of ancient Israel shows us the Old Testament "high places" could be used for authentic worship before they became so corrupted by generations of pagan worship that they became synonymous with evil.