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27
Sep

How do you teach students to worship?

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This is part two of three of our New College Franklin series of short interviews. In this piece, Gregory Wilbur, Dean of the Chapel explains the importance of worship to the lives of the students. One of the things I like about Greg’s perspective on worship is how he sees psalmody and hymnody being a regular, spontaneous […]

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21
Dec

“The Biblical understanding of justice is rooted in God Himself.” – Dr. Albert Mohler

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One of the highlights of producing Seek Social Justice was the opportunity to interview Dr. Albert Mohler, President of Southern Baptist Theological Seminary in Louisville, Kentucky. Dr. Mohler is one of the great intellects of modern Christendom and consistently pushes against the prevailing culture. In this excerpt from his longer interview, he discusses how we […]

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18
Dec

“A number of ministry principles are very, very important.” – Dr. Charles Roesel

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It was a listener’s delight to interview Dr. Charles Roesel for the Seek Social Justice series.  He is one of the most straight-shooting, call-it-like-it-is, this-is-the-truth-whether-you-like-it-or-not pastors I’ve ever heard.  Moreover, almost everything he says is packed down tight with Biblical insight and wisdom. In this selection from his longer interview (which contains countless gems), he […]

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16
Dec

Seek Social Justice: Lesson 3 – The Loving Justice of First Baptist Church Leesburg

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As part of our ongoing introduction to Seek Social Justice (the free small group study that will be released later this month), I’m pleased to show you the full documentary lesson on the role of the church in pursuing social justice. The Heritage Foundation (our partner in producing SSJ) recommended First Baptist Church Leesburg as […]

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