Saturday Shout-Outs: Port Arthur, Preaching Conference, & Ministry Links

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    Thanks to Pastor Lawrence Vaughn and the Mt. Sinai Church of Port Arthur for the opportunity to preach their summer revival.

    So here’s the “accident” I had this week. I bumped my head on a speaker shelf in the auditorium before church Wednesday night. Hard. Really hard. Very painful. A little bloody. Extremely embarrassing. Thanks for your prayers and concern, Shiloh!

    I appreciate those who have shown initial interest in the expository preaching conference I plan to host at the Shiloh Church next year – September 24-26, 2014. Please remember the planning process in your prayers. And mark your calendar to join us!

    The SBTS Expositors Summit will take place at October 29-31. You don’t want to miss it.

    Buy and read A Guide to Expositional Ministry, edited by Dan Dumas and written by SBTS authors. Great Read.

    The 2013 Thriving Summit will meet in Philadelphia, October 11-12. Hope to see you there.

    R. Albert Mohler: The Sheer Weightlessness of So Many Sermons: Why Expository Preaching Matters

    Matthew Barrett: Dear Pastor, Bring Your Bible to Church

    Chuck Lawless: Ten Enemy Attacks on Leaders

    John Piper: Will You Be a Believer Tomorrow Morning? 

    Bryan T. Campbell: Why Aren’t Black Millennials Leaving the Church?

    Trillia Newbell: Moving beyond the Stalemate in Marriage

    Douglas Wilson: Challenging a Young Man’s Ten Assumptions 

    April Swiger: Finding Joy as a Homemaker

    John Perritt: Teens and Unrestricted Access: Time to Repent

    Mark Driscoll: Why Mars Hill uses the ESV BIble

    Ron Edmondson: 10 Tips for Visiting a Church 

    Pray your worries away. Don’t worry. Pray. Turn your worries into prayers. Take everything off your worry list and put it on your prayer list. Whenever you start to worry, stop and pray. Give each worry – one by one – to God in prayer. – H.B. Charles, Jr., It Happens After Prayer, p. 139

    Do you have any shout-outs to share? Feel free to comment.


    H.B. Charles Jr.

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