06:00 PMBrian Hess; (Philippians 3:1-11) http://www.evangelbaptist.com/podcast/20080831_Brian_Hess_Growing_In_The_Knowledge_Of_God.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadSubscribe: Apple Podcasts | Android | RSS
Archives for August 2008
11:00 AMJerry Diserens; (2 Samuel 22:1,20-28) http://www.evangelbaptist.com/podcast/20080831_Jerry_Diserens_Extent_of_God's_Mercy.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadSubscribe: Apple Podcasts | Android | RSS
Last January I made a bitter-sweet trip to Door County, Wisconsin. Our third-born child, second-born son was commencing a ministry as a youth pastor at First Baptist Church in Sister Bay. I wrote this piece while I was there: This afternoon we visited a nice used book shop in Fish Creek. (Fish Creek is the […]
The Shack is very popular. People often ask me about it. Here are some thoughtful links: Preacher and Author Ray Pritchard has written a bunch of really good books. He has a beautiful web site full of free, helpful resources. I have read his blogs for years. He has read and commented on The Shack. […]
I’ve been reading a new biography of A. W. Tozer by Lyle Dorsett. It is worthwhile and honest.
Dear Dad; Do you remember the Saturday morning when I was fourteen and a group of young people from First Church in Newark was going to Old Man’s Cave? I wanted to go. You got up early. You made me lunch. You gave me a little spending money. You drove me to the church. The […]
11:00 AMKen Pierpont; Luke 15 http://www.evangelbaptist.com/podcast/20080824_Ken_Pierpont_How_God_Feels_About_Pharisees.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadSubscribe: Apple Podcasts | Android | RSS
11:00 AMKen Pyne; (Exodus 3:1 – 4:14) http://www.evangelbaptist.com/podcast/20080817_Ken_Pyne_Do_You_Serve_The_Present_Tense_God_.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadSubscribe: Apple Podcasts | Android | RSS
K2—Kyle Kenneth—visited for a couple hours this afternoon. He wanted to play with Grandpa’s football. 🙂
Junior High was painful experience for me. There were some who accepted me or at least tolerated me in my school, but the ones who rejected me did so in such a hurtful and public way that I felt universally despised. Without a loving, stable family I would have despaired.