Preaching magazine's Michael Duduit visits with Steve Wende, senior pastor of Houston's First United Methodist Church, on the challenges and opportunities of preaching in a downtown church in a major city.
John D. Morgan was called to pastor the Sagemont Baptist Chapel, a mission of the First Baptist Church in Pasadena, Texas, on June 1, 1966. With his wife, Beth, and 14 others by his side, he set out to spread the gospel to a small suburban area southeast of Houston. More than 45 years later, Dr. Morgan and the nearly 18,000-member Sagemont Church still share a passion for winning people to Christ locally and around the world.
Joe Ratliff has served since 1980 as senior pastor of Brentwood Baptist Church in Houston, a church which has grown from 500 to more than 7,000 members during his tenure. He was the first African-American pastor to lead the Union Baptist Association, the largest urban Southern Baptist organization in the United States, representing more than 500 churches and missions. He is the founding president of the National African-American Fellowship of the Southern Baptist Convention.
Dr. David Jeremiah, pastor of Shadom Mountain Community Church in El Cajon, Calif., has released the David Jeremiah Study Bible and talks with Preaching Magazine Executive Editor Michael Duduit about the project.
Matt Chandler is a pastor and author of the new book The Explicit Gospel (Crossway). In this podcast, he visits with Michael about why too many churches fall short of preaching the gospel with power and boldness.
Dave Stone is the senior minister at Southeast. He desires to let Christ work through him in the pulpit, in his family, on this blog and through his everyday life. Preaching Magazine Executive Editor Michael Duduit interviews him here.
Jim Cymbala is pastor of The Brooklyn Tabernacle in New York City and author of a new book on the work of the Holy Spirit in our lives. In this podcast, he visits with us about the role of the Holy Spirit in preaching.
Tullian Tchividjian is senior pastor of Coral Ridge Presbyterian Church in Fort Lauderdale, Fla., and author of a new book, published by Crossway, Jesus + Nothing = Everything. In this podcast, he discusses the crisis that embroiled his church in 2009 and how God brought him to an amazing discovery in the midst of that crisis.
Robert Smith is professor of preaching at Beeson Divinity School and author of Doctrine that Dances. In this week's podcast, he talks about the challenges of doctrinal preaching today.
Eugene Peterson is known and loved by church leaders across America for his work on the contemporary translation The Message, along with his many other books. His most recent book is The Pastor, a memoir; and in this podcast Michael visits with Peterson about his own life and ministry and what he has learned through his years of service as a pastor and preacher.