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GUEST POST: Pastors, Adultery, and Missions

[Today's post comes from Regan King. You can connect with Regan on twitter, facebook, or at http://www.reganbking.com. And don't miss his book, #TBH: Basic Challenges to Millennials Who Can't Even.] Churches and sex abuse It should not surprise us when sex abuse rears its ugly head in churches. After all, churches are filled with people … Continue reading GUEST POST: Pastors, Adultery, and Missions

Special Episode: Interview with John Mann

Join the Caffeinated Theology crew as we talk with John Mann about life as a pastor. John is an adjunct professor at SWBTS. Has a PhD in Systematic Theology from SWBTS (2018). Pastor of Lajunta Baptist Church in Texas. He is married to Sandy Mann has two daughters, Kendall and Lauren. Questions: What is a … Continue reading Special Episode: Interview with John Mann

Special Episode: Interview with Mathieu Barry

Join the Caffeinated Theology crew as we talk with Mathieu Barry about worship. Mathieu Barry graduated from SWBTS with an MDiv. He is currently in the PhD program majoring in early church history. He is the director of communications at Travis Avenue Baptist Church. Questions: * How would you define the difference between corporate and … Continue reading Special Episode: Interview with Mathieu Barry

Episode 08: The Preaching Process

Join the Caffeinated Theology crew as we discuss the preaching process—from study to pulpit. Should pastors plan out their preaching? How does a pastor create an annual preaching calendar? How far out should pastors plan out sermons? What does your sermon preparation look like the week of the sermon? What do you do the day … Continue reading Episode 08: The Preaching Process

Harry Potter and the Old, Old Story

In a recent article published by the Religion News Service, Tara Isabella Burton introduces the Harry Potter series, writing: It’s a book nearly everybody knows, many of us nearly from birth. We reference it in our daily lives. We use its complicated moral systems to define our social and political stances and to understand ourselves … Continue reading Harry Potter and the Old, Old Story