Monthly Archives: February 2008

Evangelism First! Roundup for 2/29/2008

Just in time for the first weekend of March, I am pleased to redact a leap-year edition of the Evangelism First! roundup. Calvinism and Evangelism co-existing peacefully on the same blog? I guess you’ll have to go below the fold … Continue reading

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Live Blog From Founders Midwest Conference 2008

Said at Southern team member Terry Delaney attended the Founder’s Conference Midwest this week. Check out his live blog posts below. Reflections on the Founder’s Conference Midwest 20… Founder’s Conference Midwest 2008–Session 8 Founder’s Midwest Conference 2008–Session 7 Founder’s Conference … Continue reading

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On Being Committed

Dr. Kevin Ezell of Highview Baptist Church in Louisville, Ky preached from Acts 20:18-38 today in chapel. Dr. Ezell preached a very entertaining yet passionate sermon. There was no doubt in my mind that he has not only struggled with … Continue reading

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Southern Seminary Students On NPR

photo credit: o2ma I’m a little late, but I just found out that trio of SBTS students made it onto NPR on Monday. Robbie Sagers, Phillip Bethancourt and Jenny Clark were interviewed by NPR’s “All Things Considered” about the shady … Continue reading

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Camp Meeting Hosted by Rockport Baptist Church (St. Louis Area)

Rockport Baptist Church, the church I attended before leaving for The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary, is hosting a Camp Meeting from Thursday, 10 April 2008, at 7 pm through Sunday morning service, 13 April 2008. Pastor Scott Lee is the … Continue reading

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Video – Mike Huckabee on SNL

Watch the video on YouTube or with commercials from the SNL website I still like Mike and maybe this video explains why. Deep down, he has a flair for mischief. HT: WynnBlog

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iMonk Spying On Our Bookstore

Michael Spencer, a SBTS alumni, writes about his recent trip to the Southern Seminary bookstore. It’s an interesting conversation and he makes a point about the weakness of Southern Baptist’s in publishing. Quote: Today’s Southern Seminary Bookstore is a cornucopia … Continue reading

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