Southern Seminary gathers pastors and theologians for a conference about the legacy and importance of the Reformation

SBTS Communications — November 6, 2017

“Where this gospel is not preached there is no church,” said R. Albert Mohler Jr. But, “where this gospel is preached there is a church.” Preaching on the 500th anniversary of Martin Luther’s nailing of his famous 95 Theses to the castle church door, Mohler addressed a full Alumni Chapel…

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Preach in view of a stadium of witnesses, says Lawson at Mullins Lectures

SBTS Communications — November 9, 2016

Heroes of the pulpit like Charles Spurgeon and George Whitefield provide models of bold preaching for today’s ministers, said Steven Lawson in the Mullins Lectures on Preaching at The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary, Oct. 25-26. The nation’s second-oldest lectureship on preaching was held in conjunction with the fifth annual Expositors…

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Tripp encourages parents to disciple children at Counsel the Word

Andrew J.W. Smith — May 11, 2015

Biblical parenting is driven by submission to the grace of God in children’s lives, said noted author and speaker Tedd Tripp at the Counsel the Word Conference on “Confident Parenting” at The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary, May 2. Tripp, pastor emeritus of Grace Fellowship Church in Hazleton, Pennsylvania, and author…

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ICYFM will host panel on youth ministry

Josh Hayes — September 21, 2010

The International Center for Youth and Family Ministry (ICYFM) at The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary will host a panel discussion Wednesday, Sept. 22, at 10 a.m. The panel, “Leadership in Youth Ministry: Expectations of a Youth Pastor,” will provide an inside look at all that goes along with serving as…

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Attend Refo500, earn SBTS class credit

emily griffin — August 5, 2010

The effects of the Reformation remain with us to this day; in fact, the world has been shaped and formed in far-reaching ways by the legacy of the Reformation.  Southern Seminary will host the first North American conference for Refo500, a global project to direct attention toward 2017 and the…

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Attend “Connecting” conference, gain course credit

Emily Griffin — July 26, 2010

Timothy Paul Jones, associate professor of leadership and church ministry at Southern Seminary, will teach a 3 credit-hour course in conjunction with the Connecting Church and Home conference. Southern Seminary will host the Connecting Church and Home conference Aug. 20-21, during which Jones will lead students in “The Family in…

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Mohler thanks messengers for entrusting convictional students to SBTS

Garrett E. Wishall — June 16, 2010

Deep conviction and a passion for upholding truth and the Gospel makes it a privilege to train the current generation of students R. Albert Mohler Jr. said Tuesday in his Southern Baptist Theological Seminary report at the Southern Baptist Convention. Mohler told messengers that the importance of theological education today…

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Mohler focuses on the necessity of conversion at SBC Pastors’ Conference

Garrett E. Wishall — June 14, 2010

No matter how orthodox one’s theology or how favorable his opinion of Jesus, unless one is converted from a self-centered life of sin to repentance and faith in Jesus Christ he will not receive salvation, R. Albert Mohler Jr. said June 14 at the Southern Baptist Convention Pastors’ Conference. Mohler,…

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Moore challenges Southern Baptists to picture the Gospel by caring for the fatherless

Garrett E. Wishall — June 14, 2010

Russell D. Moore called attendees of the Southern Baptist Convention Pastors’ Conference to view adoption and orphan care not as a charitable effort, but as an extension of the Gospel that characterizes churches that are serious about the mission of God. Moore, preaching from Romans 8:12-23, said God adopting people…

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The conference that changed my life

Garrett E. Wishall — January 20, 2010

In the spring of 2003, I stepped onto a charter bus with 30 other college students. Nine hours, lots of laughs and a dinner buffet later, we rolled unto the campus of The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary. We had missed the first general session of Southern’s Give Me An Answer…

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