Bobby Jamieson

Take Heart: Preaching to Encourage

By Bobby Jamieson | 08.04.2017

Panel #5

By B. Jamieson, G. Kell, M. Dever, T. Anyabwile | 08.03.2017

Book Review: Biblical Authority after Babel, by Kevin Vanhoozer

Review by Bobby Jamieson | 11.07.2016

I recommend this book to anyone committed to the Reformation, questioning the Reformation, or opposed to the Reformation

Congregationalism

By Bobby Jamieson | 08.17.2016

Bobby Jamieson’s session during the First 5 Years conference in Fort Worth, TX. For more about 9Marks conferences and ministry, please visit http://www.9marks.org

How the Lord’s Supper Makes a Local Church

By Bobby Jamieson | 04.28.2016

The ordinances make it possible to point to something and say “church” rather than only pointing to many somethings and saying “Christians.”

Confessions: Old or New?

By Bobby Jamieson | 9Marks Journal: Confessions, Covenants, and Constitutions: How to Organize Your Church | 03.17.2016

Should you look for a historic confession that your church will align with, or adopt something written recently—or even write your own?

Baptism Is A Church’s Act

By Bobby Jamieson | 01.19.2016

People today tend to think that baptism is a symbol that people can simply choose to place upon themselves. Is that the biblical picture?

An Anglican, Baptist, and Presbyterian Review Going Public

By B. Jamieson, C. Van Dixhoorn, S. Norman, T. Payne | 11.04.2015

Editor’s note: In July, we released a book called Going Public: Why Baptism Is Required for Church Membership by Bobby Jamieson. We asked three pastor-theologians to review the book, each of them from different denominational traditions: Anglican, Presbyterian, and Baptist. We then asked Bobby to write a response to each review. You will find the three reviews and Bobby’s […]

Getting into the Weeds of Church Membership and Baptism with Bobby Jamieson and Jonathan Leeman

By B. Jamieson, J. Leeman | 07.08.2015

What is baptism? What does baptism mean? Is it simply an individual’s declaration that they now belong to Jesus? Is it a sign and seal of the new covenant, just as God intended circumcision to be a sign and seal of the old? And what does all of this have to do with church membership? Is church membership for everyone? Only baptized believers? Baptized believers and their children?

First Five Years 2015

By A. Moore, B. Jamieson, E. Aponte, G. Kell, H. Singh, J. Yong, J. Onwuchekwa, J. Worsley, K. Mbugua, M. Dever, S. Linne, T. Lee | 04.20.2015

First Five Years was a 9Marks Conference to encourage and instruct new pastors. If you are new in your ministry—perhaps in preparation, or in the first years of a church plant, or in your first church, or just beginning your pastorate in a new place—this conference is meant to equip you.

Imagination, Church Reform, and the Art of the Impossible

By Bobby Jamieson | 08.28.2014

Imagination draws the line between what one can and can’t conceive. So we could say that an increasingly biblical imagination involves faith expanding your view of the possible.

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Stretching the Pastor’s Imagination

By Bobby Jamieson | 08.28.2014

Here are a few suggestions for stretching and strengthening pastors’ imaginations.

Nobody Gets the Church They Want

By Bobby Jamieson | 08.27.2014

Whatever might be on your want-list, I can guarantee this: not everything on your list is on God’s.

Eldering, Economics, and Calling to Ministry

By Bobby Jamieson | 08.27.2014

If you say you’re called to ministry, I don’t immediately know what you mean, or if what you mean is biblical.

Reframing “Calling”: Words to Churches and Aspiring Pastors

By Bobby Jamieson | 08.27.2014

Raising up pastors is the church’s work—the whole church.