How often do you get to hear the children of great ministers reminisce about their father’s ministry? Listen in as Lady Elizabeth Catherwood, daughter of Martyn Lloyd-Jones, and her husband Sir Fred recount stories of the famed British preacher.
In this interview, Reformed evangelical statesman and British author Iain Murray assesses the state of evangelicalism in Britain and America. What’s the state of preaching today? Is hyper-Calvinism a threat? When do Calvinists become prejudiced in their thinking, and what does John Wesley have to teach them? Also, more Martyn Lloyd-Jones stories from this former Lloyd-Jones assistant!
I’m not sure I know of another church that better exemplifies what I would like to see in churches than Tenth Presbyterian in Philadelphia. With these words, Mark Dever concludes his largely biographical interview with Phil Ryken, Tenth’s Senior Minister. From an average week in this busy pastor’s life, to his passion for ministry in the city, there is much to glean from this exchange.
Was the reformation a mistake? What are some differences between American and British evangelicals? How is our reason affected by the fall, and how should that impact our evangelism? From the value of incorporating the Psalms in our corporate worship to the dangers of privately administering baptism and the Lord’s Supper, this conversation is sweeping! There’s much to learn across the board.
Four veterans go a few rounds on the subject of cooperation among evangelicals & their churches. Listen to Mark Dever, Al Mohler, Ligon Duncan and CJ Mahaney talk about where they can and cannot cooperate as church leaders. Mark writes, “This is one of my favorite conversations we’ve been able to record. We had already been together for several hours and the conversation just flowed.”
John Hammett (professor at Southeastern Seminary) and Phil Newton (long-time pastor of Southwoods Baptist Church) go a few rounds with Mark Dever on ecclesiology including the role of elders in the local church. Listen and learn!
Is the history of Evangelicalism a little blurry for you? Or are you a history buff who loves to talk about names, dates and changes on the historical scene? Either way, you’ll benefit from listening to Mark Dever chat it up with Mark Noll, McManis Professor of Christian Thought at Wheaton College.
Is the history of Evangelicalism a little blurry for you? Or are you a history buff who loves to talk about names, dates and changes on the historical scene? EitHow did The Great Awakening’s George Whitefield work with other denominations? Listen as Iain Murray lectures on Capitol Hill.
How have trends in consumerism and an increasingly pluralistic culture affected the spiritual prosperity and biblical faithfulness of the church over the last 75 years? Listen as Mark Dever sits down Gordon-Conwell professor, David Wells. Don’t forget your thinking cap, you’ll need it.
Historically, how did Southern Baptists view the role of elders in church life? Listen as Randel Jackson from World Impact Ministries peppers Mark Dever with questions about Southern Baptists and their historic positions on church polity.
Ever wished you could sit and listen to one of Evangelicalism’s premier leaders and teachers talk about how his theology developed and why he penned his published works? Here’s your shot. Mark Dever takes RC Sproul for a coffee-house chat about biblical theology and the books he published.
Mark Dever lectures during a weekender about how to prepare an expositional sermon.
How do you decide what to preach next? How do you put together a service in which each element is meaningful and contributing to a distinctively Christian theme? Mark invites you into his study as he shares his method and philosophy on planning Sunday services.
Can we actually teach 5 and 6 year olds about the biblical concepts of sin, repentance, faith, and the nature of God? If you’re inclined to say no, then you might be interested in hearing how one of the most influential churches in America is proving that assumption wrong.