Baptists Preaching

  • Eric Howell: Answering the Call | Baptists Preaching

    In this week’s Baptists Preaching, Eric Howell, pastor of DaySpring Baptist Church in Waco, explains how Jesus’ call is a holy call to be witnesses in the everyday work of the world. (Luke 5:1-11)

  • Rev. Henry H. Batson III: The Power of a Level Up Testimony | Baptists Preaching

    In this week’s Baptists Preaching, Rev. Henry H. Batson III, pastor of Red Oak Faith Fellowship in Red Oak, asks his hearers to consider Paul’s testimony to King Agrippa, and what about their own testimony could persuade others to become Christians. (Acts 26:1-6, 12-18, 24-29)

  • John Hall: The Goal of Every Pastor | Baptists Preaching

    In this week’s Baptists Preaching, John Hall, pastor of Field Street Baptist Church in Cleburne, illustrates how difficult a pastor’s job is because of the many expectations placed on a pastor. However, a pastor’s job is not to meet all of those expectations but is to focus on the goal of people being formed in Christ. (Galatians 4:8-20)

  • Dr. Nora Lozano: Thankful for Praying Communities | Baptists Preaching

    In this week’s Baptists Preaching, Dr. Nora Lozano, professor of theological studies at Baptist University of the Américas and executive director and co-founder of the Christian Latina Leadership Institute, recalls the significance of prayers from her community as an example of how the Holy Spirit prays for us when we don’t know what to pray. (Romans 8:26-27)

  • Alicia Zorzoli: Let’s Get Up and Build | Baptists Preaching

    This week’s Baptists Preaching features Alicia Zorzoli, a member of the faculty and executive board of the Christian Latina Leadership Institute housed at Baptist University of the Américas in San Antonio. She called her listeners to consider how they are builders in a similar way to the many people who worked together to build the wall around Jerusalem. (Nehemiah 3, Ephesians 4:11-16)

  • Brian Hill: Just You and Me | Baptists Preaching

    In this week’s Baptists Preaching, Brian Hill, senior pastor of First Baptist Church in Corpus Christi, examines how Lent is less about giving something up than it is about making space in our lives for God. (Psalm 46:10)

  • Randy Bradley: Shaped by Where We Come From | Baptists Preaching

    In this week’s Baptists Preaching, Randy Bradley, pastor of First Baptist Church in Mullin, discusses the influence of our family of origin and how it does not determine what God does with us nor how we serve God. (Genesis 11:27-32)

  • Lillian Hinds: There is a God in Israel | Baptists Preaching

    This week’s Baptists Preaching features Lillian Hinds, pastor of Meadow Oaks Baptist Church in Temple. Her sermon tells the harrowing tale of a young girl captured and made a slave. Though her name isn’t recorded, one of the most important stories in the Bible turns on her and her faith in the God in Israel. (2 Kings 5:1-15)

  • Rev. Dr. Michael Evans: God’s Power Made Manifest Through Unity | Baptists Preaching

    This week’s Baptists Preaching features Rev. Dr. Michael Evans, pastor of Bethlehem Baptist Church in Mansfield and president of the BGCT. Evans recounted the rich diversity of Baptists in Texas and the early history of the Christian church in dealing with diversity. (Romans 12:1)

  • Venantie Uwishyaka: When we forgive, it gives us a breakthrough | Baptists Preaching

    This week’s Baptist Preaching features Venantie Uwishyaka, a graduate of Logsdon Seminary now serving in Rwanda. In a sermon at First Baptist Church in Roscoe, Uwishyaka shared her harrowing and miraculous experience in the Rwandan genocide. (Psalm 84:5-8)

  • Minister Syeeda Echols: Hold On, Help is on the Way | Baptists Preaching

    In this week’s Baptist Preaching, Minister Syeeda Echols, minister of education, youth and young adults at Greater Bosqueville Baptist Church in Waco, Texas and resident chaplain at Baylor University, proclaims that the kingdom of God is more than good news. It is Christ’s rule and reign right now. (Luke 13:20-21)

  • Rev. Dr. Hurley Clayton Jr.: Run Your Race | Baptists Preaching

    In this week’s Baptists Preaching, Rev. Dr. Hurley Clayton, pastor of Berean Tabernacle Baptist in Liberty, exhorts his hearers toward three characteristics: self-restraint, intense discipline, and hardest of the three you’ll have to read the sermon to find.