Preaching on Matthew 14:22-33, Anthony Carter reminds the congregation that there are no extraordinary men and women of God, there are only those who determine to believe the word of God.
Episode (#013) | Why is it so glorious for a pastor to see his people fight for joy in Christ in the midst of difficult y, like when a husband and wife for a broken marriage or when a brother or sister repents of sin? C’mon up and join the conversation to see why a pastor’s greatest joy is his people’s holiness.
Pastor Bobby Scott explains the John 4:1-43 in light of the current struggles besetting black communities in America. C’mon up and enjoy this sermon.
Dr. Jarvis Williams exposits Ephesians 2:11-22 to highlight the glorious racial reconciliation Christians have with God and with each other in Christ.
“Expository preaching has a great assumption to it — that one is committed to the sufficiency of Scripture.” Kevin Smith leads a discussion about expository preaching with Curtis Woods, Victor Sholar, Thabiti Anyabwile, and H.B. Charles Jr. C’mon up and join the conversation.
H.B. Charles Jr. demonstrates expository preaching by proclaiming the truths of God from Psalm 113. He makes clear that preaching ought to have both light and heat. C’mon up and enjoy this talk.
Victor Sholar, pastor of Main Street Baptist Church in Lexington, KY, explains the grind and labor of preaching as well as why Christians must be committed to sound doctrine. C’mon up and enjoy this talk.
Thabiti Anyabwile kicks off the 2014 expositors pre-conference by offering a cultural and biblical apologetic for exposition. C’mon up and enjoy this talk.
Dr. Vincent Bacote, director of the center for applied Christian ethics and professor of theology at Wheaton College, came through The Front Porch to share about his life and ministry, specifically how he wrestled with becoming a professor instead of a senior pastor or a para-church worker.
Kevin Smith preaches on the prayer of Jesus found in John 17 and the powerful witness the united body of Christ displays to the world. In it, he references the black church and how history justifies its existence. How does the reconcile with the concept of unity in the body? C’mon up and enjoy this talk to here what Kevin suggests.
He saw his father grab his ’45 and go out to shoot the pastor. You can hear more stories from brother Leonce Crump, former NFL player and pastor of Renovation Church in Atlanta, who came up on the porch to chop it up with Thabiti to talk about life and ministry. C’mon up and join the conversation.
We had Elbert McGowan, leader of Reformed University Fellowship (RUF) at Jackson St. University, come up on the porch. He shares with Tony Carter about his life, ministry, and the upbringings of growing up during the flood of crack cocaine.