Saturday Shout-Outs: VBS, Wichita, & Ministry Links

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  • Thanks for reading my blog. Here are my Saturday Shout-Outs for this week.

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    A big shout-out to the Shiloh Church staff and volunteers for serving our children this week during the 2014 Vacation Bible School. You make it happen!

    Shout-out to Pastor Terrance Floyd and the Mt. Gilead Baptist Church of Wichita, KA. It was a blast to have the opportunity to preach to you again. This congregation is twelve years old. And I have had the joy of preaching to them ten of those years.

    Two nights of the meeting, a local pastor named Kent brought young men from his church to hear me. He knew of me through links on Tim Challies’ site. Thanks Kent for your prayers and encouragement.

    Hope to see you at the SBTS Expositors Summit – October 29-31, 2014. 

    There will also be a pre-conference: “Tell Your Story”: Expositional Preaching in the African-American Church

    CIS-Conf-logo-20142The Cutting It Straight Expository Preaching Conference is a little more than two months away. It will be held September 24-26, 2024, in Jacksonville, Florida. This three-day event will teach, model, and promote expository preaching and teaching. It is designed for pastors, associate ministers, and Sunday School teachers. All are welcome. Register today. And bring a friend.

    Click here for more information about the scheduled speakers for Cutting It Straight.  

    Have you subscribed to The On Preaching Podcast yet? Check out the latest episode: Developing Sermon Skeletons.

    Joe Thorn: 4 Characteristics of Earnest Preaching

    Scribblepreach: An Open Letter to “Gospel-Centered” Preachers

    Matt Boswell: The Wonder of the Word in Corporate Worship

    Dan Phillips: The Public Reading of Scripture: Ten Pointed Pointers

    Thom Rainer: When Is It Time for a Pastor to Leave a Church? 

    Derek Rishmawy: Dating Advice You Actually Need

    Mark Altrogge: 8 Ways to Beat Temptation

    Girl Defined: Why Christian Girls Post Seductive Selfies 

    Jen Wilkin: Help Your Kids Say ‘No’ to Porn

    Joe Carter: 9 Things You Should Know About Mormonism 

    Scott Warren: The Virtue of Unread Books 

    Eric McKiddie: Thinking About Starting a Blog? 4 Important Questions to Ask Yourself First

    [Tweet “It doesn’t take such a great man to be a Christian – it just takes all there is of him. – Seth Wilson”]

    Do you have any shout-outs or ministry links 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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