Trip Lee

Episode 66 On Contextualization — Pastors Talk

Episode 66: On Contextualization (with John Folmar and Trip Lee)

By J. Folmar, J. Leeman, M. Dever, T. Lee | 11.27.2018

What’s the goal in contextualization? How do we know if we’ve gone too far, or not far enough?

Missions — Trip Lee

Missions – Trip Lee | Session 4

By Trip Lee | 09.25.2018

Each year, the 9Marks at Southeastern Conference examines a particular topic related to church health and provides biblical and practical help fellow pastors and leaders.

How to Have a Word-Shaped Sunday Gathering

By Trip Lee | 08.04.2017

Panel #4

By H. Singh, J. Worsley, M. Dever, N. Knight, T. Lee | 08.03.2017

Panel #3

By B. Davis, M. Dever, T. Anyabwile, T. Lee | 08.03.2017

First Five Years is a 9Marks Conference meant to encourage and instruct new pastors. Check out the videos from First Five Years 2017 on our website, or listen to the messages on iTunes.

Trip Lee – Session 4 – 9Marks at Southeastern

By Trip Lee | 10.28.2016

Trip Lee’s talk at the 9Marks at Southeastern Conference, which aims to equip church leaders with a biblical vision and practical resources for displaying God’s glory to the nations through healthy churches.

Application in Preaching: Its Importance & How to Do It

By Trip Lee | 08.17.2016

Trip Lee’s session during the First 5 Years conference in Fort Worth, TX. For more about 9Marks conferences and ministry, please visit

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.

Must All Regulative Principle Churches Look the Same?

By Trip Lee | 9Marks Journal: Is Scripture Enough? | 07.16.2013

Worship in different cultures should consist of the same elements but look very different. Why? Because the gospel doesn’t foster oppressive uniformity but glorious, diverse sameness.