Baptists Preaching

  • Dr. Kenneth Jackson: Facing Crises with Christ

    Dr. Kenneth Jackson, pastor of Greater New Light Baptist Church in Lubbock, Texas, and president of the African American Fellowship of Texas, exhorts his congregation to remember God is present wherever they are. (Mark 4:35-41)

  • Arturo Malacara: Moments that Define My Relationship with Christ

    Arturo Malacara, pastor of Bowles Baptist Church in Grand Prairie, Texas, delivers a children’s message drawing an analogy between athletes and followers of Jesus using defining moments in professional sports.

  • Nebiye Kelile: God in My Working

    Nebiye Kelile, pastor of Pathway City Church and Orchard Hills Baptist Church, provides background to the Book of Ruth by recounting part of the history of God’s people. (Ruth 2:1-13)

  • Chad Chaddick: Seeking a Savior

    Chad Chaddick, senior pastor of First Baptist Church in San Marcos, Texas, emphasizes the 400 years between the closing of the Old Testament with the prophetic book of Malachi and the birth of Jesus.

  • David Baker: When A Nation Walks Away From God

    David Baker, a longtime member of Bois D’Arc Baptist Church east of Palestine, Texas, focuses on the consequences when a nation walks away from God, saying, “Its only destination is hell.”

  • Stacy Conner: Humility and Pride

    Stacy Conner, pastor of First Baptist Church in Muleshoe, Texas, reflects on Proverbs and lessons learned about humility and pride from paying attention to the world around him. (Proverbs 16:19)

  • Kyle Henderson: Aha

    Kyle Henderson, senior pastor of the First Baptist Church in Athens, Texas, takes an unusual approach by presenting his message, or sermon, in three parts throughout the Easter service. (Acts 8:26-40)

  • Steve Bezner: Escapism

    Steve Bezner, senior pastor of Houston Northwest Church in Houston, Texas, shares about his tendency to turn to his smartphone rather than engaging with another person or the realities of life, what he terms “escapism.” (Psalm 63:5-6)

  • James Soy: New Birth into a Living Hope

    James Soy, pastor of First Philippine Baptist Church in Houston, said hope is needed in the world as it is gripped by fear related to coronavirus. (1 Peter 1:3-4)

  • Howie Batson: Babylonian Blues

    Howie Batson, pastor of First Baptist Church in Amarillo, Texas, reminds his hearers even an angel in the book of Daniel wanted to know how long it would be for deliverance. (Jeremiah 29:1-14)

  • Nataly Mora: You Are the Church. Be the Church.

    Nataly Mora, associate pastor of Park Lake Drive Baptist Church in Waco, Texas, preaches from a famous story about responsibility. (Ephesians 4:1-16)

  • Chester O’Brien: Prayer

    Chester O’Brien, a pastor of churches in Texas and New Mexico, director of missions for the Amarillo Baptist Association and executive director of the Baptist Convention of New Mexico, preached a three-point sermon on prayer, bringing his 93 years of life to the topic. (Psalm 118:8)