Pastor of Capitol Hill Baptist Church in Washington, DC, Mark Dever challenged the audience to the see the universal scope of salvation.
9Marks has traditionally held a panel discussion after sermons in order to offer encouragement and helpful criticism to the preacher. This panel followed Mark Dever’s message at the 2012 9Marks at Southeastern conference.
“God converts by a powerful message,” opened Thabiti Anyabwile, pastor of First Baptist Church in Grand Cayman, Cayman Islands.
9Marks has traditionally held a panel discussion after sermons in order to offer encouragement and helpful criticism to the preacher. This panel followed Thabiti Anyabwile’s message at the 2012 9Marks at Southeastern conference.
Matt Chandler, pastor of The Village Church in Dallas, TX, brought the 2012 9Marks Conference to an end with a message from Romans 8:26-29.
Church membership is different and more important than you think, says Jonathan Leeman in this 9Marks Workshop message.
Mark Dever diagnoses the problem of false conversions in the church and prescribes biblical solutions in his message from Together for the Gospel 2012.
Mark Dever sits down with Daniel Akin and Albert Mohler on Tuesday night of the Southern Baptist Convention Annual Meeting to talk about the motion for a bi-annual meeting, the debate over Calvinism, and the election of Fred Luter as the first African-American president of the SBC.
Mark Dever sits down with David Platt, Zane Pratt, and Tom Elliff on Monday night of the Southern Baptist Convention Annual Meeting to discuss how pastors can encourage their congregations to be involved with church planting and international missions.
Mark Dever proclaims what the church should be in this overview of 1 Corinthians.
“Your Old Testament sermon needs to get saved!” says David King in this conference message.
Mark Dever discusses the gospel and intellectual credibility. This message was delivered on October 4, 2011 at Georgetown University in Washington, DC.
Mark Dever offers insight on exercising discernment as we practice church discipline.
Mark Dever sets forth a biblical and practical vision for church discipline.
Mark Dever explains how believers are forgiven through Christ’s death.