Phil Johnson works with John MacArthur. He is a gifted preacher in his own right. He speaks clearly and with great conviction and you can count on him to be biblically accurate. Pulpit Highlights – Phil Johnson from Grace Community Church on Vimeo.
“The kind of sermon which is likely to break the hearer’s heart is that which first has broken the preacher’s heart, and the sermon which is likely to reach the heart of the hearer is the one which has come straight from the heart of the preacher.” “Surely if men’s heart were right, short sermons […]
I was present with my son, his pastor, and seven thousand others to hear this powerful testimony of God’s sustaining grace in suffering. This is worth watching. T4G 2010 — Special Session — Matt Chandler from Together for the Gospel (T4G) on Vimeo.
This week I have scheduled some spiritual refreshment. I need it. I have learned over the years that to be spiritually dry is dangerous. We were given a nice used couch years ago. We put it in the family room. It had about five good years left in it when it came to us. When […]
Here is my Mother’s Day message. I hope you enjoy it. I dedicate it to the memory and honor of Grace Pierpont, Charlotte Shipley, Jane Pierpont, Allene Hatton, and Lois Pierpont. Garrison Keilor says all that in Lake Woebegone, Minnesota all the women are strong. Here is a story about a woman who would not […]
The Getty’s have a new recording. From their web site: AWAKEN THE DAWN is a new collection of hymns and songs from Keith and Kristyn Getty. With a distinctly Irish flavor and shaped as a service of worship, this album takes you on a lyrical journey of grace and hope for all the nations.
The night I was installed as Senior Pastor at Evangel Baptist, my Dad shared some thoughts from a family perspective. You will see that I am not the only story teller in my family. Dad had some meaningful and funny things to say that night. http://kenpierpont.com/wp-content/uploads/2008/03/sharing-the-familys-perspective.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadSubscribe: iTunes | Android […]
Re-posted from July 2005 When I was growing up my Dad pastored a little country church on a edge of a tiny village in Ohio. In that church young and old alike were together for prayer meeting on Wednesday night. We would sing a hymn or two and Dad would teach and take prayer requests. […]
A classic re-post from 2003 “As a follower of the One who couldn’t look on a crowd without weeping, I have a long way to go.” There is a street character around here who calls himself Punkin. He stops by the Inn and makes himself at home whenever he can get away with it. He […]