Saturday Shout-Outs: Dallas, Psalms, & Aurora

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  • I am grateful to God for Pastor Bryan Carter and the entire staff of the Concord Church for the way they served pastors, preachers, and Christian workers this week.

    Mark your calendar! The 2013 E.K. Bailey Expository Preaching Conference is scheduled for July 8-11, 2013 in Dallas, TX.

    One of the highlights of my week was to meet and fellowship with Dr. Steven J. Lawson.

    Do yourself a favor. Buy Steve Lawson’s new book, “Preaching the Psalms.”

    Thanks to H. Meyers for ministering the word of God to the saints of Shiloh this past Wednesday night. I am hearing good reports!

    Our Youth Pastor, Donald Lewis, led a group of 25 students to the Word of Life Florida Youth Camp today, including my son, HBC3. Pray that they will have a fun, safe, and enriching week.

    I am still receiving site visits as a result of Michael Diduit of Preaching Magazine posting my article on writing sermon manuscripts. Thanks, brother.

    Check out SermonBase message planning software.

    Michael Hyatt has written a good article on 7 benefits of keeping a daily journal.

    J.I. Packer gives advice to aspiring writers of Christian nonfiction.

    Dr. R. Albert Mohler helps us to make sense of the theater shootings in Aurora.

    Voddie Baucham writes that gay is not the new black.

    “Integrity would rather wait than do what is wrong.” – Manuel Scott, Sr.


    H.B. Charles Jr.

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

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