Saturday Shout-Outs: Mack Carter, Hollywood Preachers, & Ministry Links

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  • Thanks for your prayers and expressions of concern this. I tore something in my knee. No sure when or how it happened. Still consulting doctors about next steps. Hoping to avoid surgery. Prayers appreciated.

    A special shout-out to Pastor Derrick Easter. I was scheduled to be in Little Rock this week. But the knee injury prevented me from traveling. I am grateful for his understanding, kindness, and prayers.

    Make Sure you watch the Bryan Carter Interview. More to come next week.

    This week, Dr. Mack King Carter moved upstairs. He was a faithful and well-respected pastor in the African American community, know for his prolific Bible exposition. Please remember his family in your prayers.

    SPECIAL NEWS: This coming Monday, I will post a special tribute to Dr. Mack King Carter written by Dr. E. Dewey Smith of the Greater Travelers Rest Church in Atlanta.

    Pray for God’s blessings on the WHW Expository Preaching Conference that will meeting in Los Angeles, October 7-11.

    I hope to see you at the 2014 Jacksonville Pastors’ Conference hosted by Dr. Mac Brunson and the First Baptist Church.

    I saw the first episode 1 of “The Preachers of L.A.” And it was bad. Foolish. Worldly. Scandalous. Non-redemptive. Discouraging. Unhelpful. Deceptive. Sad. Harmful. And bad.

    BOOK RECOMMENDATION: To Live is Christ To Die Is Gain by Matt Chandler with Jared C. Wilson

    Justin Buzzard: 10 Ways to Become a Better Preacher

    Practical Shepherding: How Important is Projection When We Preach?

    Pastoralized: How 6 Faithful, But Not-Famous Pastors Prepare Their Sermons

    Ray Pritchard: Three “New” Books Every Pastor Needs

    Kevin DeYoung: Why the Church Still Needs the Seminary 

    Thom Rainer: Five Stages of a Pastor’s Ministry 

    Thabiti Anyabwile: Government Shutdowns and Church Budgets

    R. Albert Mohler: Two Is Better Than One – Who Knew? 

    Joe Carter: Stop Slandering Christ’s Bride 

    Stephen Altrogge: There’s A Good Chance God Will Almost Kill You

    Michael Hyatt: How to Become More Consistent in Your Daily Journaling 

    The best reason to practice expository preaching is not simply that it works, however, but that it brings glory to God, which ought to be the ultimate purpose for everything we do. Expository preaching does this by making it clear that all spiritual blessing comes from God’s Word, and not from any human being. – Philip Graham Ryken

    Do you have any shout-outs to share? Join the conversation in the comments section. 


    H.B. Charles Jr.

    Pastor-Teacher at the Shiloh Metropolitan Baptist Church of Jacksonville and Orange Park, Florida.

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