Baptists Preaching

  • Joshua Carney: When Christianity is Bad for America | Baptists Preaching

    In this week’s Baptists Preaching, Joshua Carney, pastor of University Baptist Church in Waco, critiques the desire to be safe and examines a Christian’s relationship to government, reminding us that Christianity isn’t and never has been safe. (Romans 13:1-10)

  • Lucien Coleman: A Christmas Sermon | Baptists Preaching

    In this week’s Baptists Preaching, Lucien Coleman, a longtime seminary professor and minister in Kentucky and later in Texas, exposits on how the Word, who is Jesus, is qualitatively different from everything else a person can proclaim. (John 1:1-18)

  • Daniel Camp: Kingdom Hospitality | Baptists Preaching

    In this week’s Baptists Preaching, Daniel Camp, pastor of Shiloh Baptist Church in Crawford, considers Jesus’ instructions on inviting guests to a dinner party to illuminate the difference between charity and hospitality. (Luke 14:12-14)

  • Matt Snowden: The Ox Principle | Baptists Preaching

    In this week’s Baptists Preaching, Matt Snowden, pastor of First Baptist Church in Waco, digs into the meaning of a proverb easily overlooked by rich in content and applies principles of caretaking to being a flourishing church in the midst of a messy world in a sermon delivered at Paisano Baptist Encampment. (Proverbs 14:4)

  • Rev. Dr. Elmo Johnson: Sent to Save | Baptists Preaching

    In this week’s Baptists Preaching, Rev. Dr. Elmo Johnson, pastor of Rose of Sharon Missionary Baptist Church in Houston, reminds his hearers they are sent into a very difficult world with the same task as Jesus—to save it—and are sent with all they need to accomplish that task. (John 20:19-23)

  • Erin Conaway: Peekaboo | Baptists Preaching

    In this week’s Baptists Preaching, Erin Conaway, pastor of Seventh and James Baptist Church in Waco, explores the idea of object permanence, comparing it to our ability to see the truth about things even when they are not right in front of us. (Isaiah 6:1-8)

  • Randall Worley: Why Resurrection Matters | Baptists Preaching

    In this week’s Baptists Preaching, Randall Worley, pastor of Prairie Creek Baptist Church in Plano, explains how resurrection is essential to the Christian faith, a reality that cannot be removed. (1 Corinthians 15:12-14)

  • John Whitten: Distorted Sexuality | Baptists Preaching

    In this week’s Baptists Preaching, John Whitten, lead pastor of the gathering at Pioneer Drive Baptist Church in Abilene, talks about God’s design for sex, likening it to a banquet rather than a starvation or fast food diet. (Genesis 2:25)

  • Wesley Shotwell: Stump the Preacher | Baptists Preaching

    In this week’s Baptists Preaching, Wesley Shotwell, pastor of Ash Creek Baptist Church in Azle, Texas, draws us into the questions we all ask but are unable to answer. Questions like, “Did our dog go to heaven?” (Luke 20:27-38)

  • Michael Mills: Let Them Come | Baptists Preaching

    In this week’s Baptists Preaching, Michael Mills, pastor of Agape Baptist Church in Fort Worth, recounted his third-grade year with Mrs. Sparks, a teacher who loved and challenged him when he was misbehaving. (Mark 10:13-16)

  • Chris Johnson: A Serious Search | Baptists Preaching

    In this week’s Baptists Preaching, Chris Johnson, co-pastor of First Baptist Church in San Antonio, contrasts a six-second cursory search to a serious, all-out search for God when facing difficult days. (Jeremiah 29:10-14)

  • Patrick Adair: The Dream Team | Baptists Preaching

    In this week’s Baptists Preaching, Patrick Adair, pastor of The Crossing Baptist Church in Mesquite, compares the 1992 U.S. Olympic men’s basketball to Jesus, Moses and Elijah. (Mark 9:2-10)