Episode 111: A Conversation on Theology and Discipleship with Jen Wilkin and J.T. English
The Doctrine of Adoption and its Importance for Pastoral Ministry
Dr. Ligon Duncan (Chancellor/CEO of Reformed Theological Seminary) discusses the importance and pastoral implications of our adoption […]
Episode 99: Exploring Theology in Preaching with Walter Strickland
What is theological preaching? Is it possible for pastors to include too much theology in their preaching? Do pastors underestimate what their people can understand theologically?Join Ronjour this week as he sits down with Dr. Walter Strickland to discuss the relationship between theology and preaching.
Episode 72: Student Pastors and Ministry (with Scott Pace)
This week’s episode: Ronjour and Brandon discuss the importance of theological education in student ministry with Dr. Scott Pace (Dean of The College at Southeastern).
Episode 70: Pastors and Theology (with Keith Whitfield)
This week’s episode: Ronjour and Brandon discuss the importance of theology in the life of a pastor with Dr. Keith Whitfield (Associate Professor of Theology & Provost at Southeastern).
5 Ways Your Church Can Support a Theologically-Driven Student Ministry
Students are often capable of far more than we expect of them. They are used to studying challenging topics in school like Algebra, Trig, and British Literature. Yet, student pastors are frequently critiqued for not being theologically deep enough. These critiques often prove true. But many student pastors are hesitant to adopt a theologically-driven model of ministry because the environment they were hired into is not willing to sustain a discipleship-focused, Bible-driven student ministry.
Square Boards from Round Trees: The Challenge of Theological Preaching
When I was a kid my father owned a small lumber mill. As he explained it, the sawyer (i.e., the person who sawed the logs) faced a challenge. The main challenge for the sawyer was deciding the best way to produce square boards out of round logs.
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