Saturday Shout-Outs: Moody PC, Praise Night, & Ministry Links

Happy Memorial Day Weekend!

Thanks to Dr. Paul Nyquist for the opportunity to speak at Moody’s 2014 ReFocus Pastors Conference.

A big shout-out to our Pastor of Worship, Joe Pace, for leading Praise Night 2014 at the Shiloh Church this weekend. It was a great night of corporate worship!

Check out my new post: Gospel Artists, Please, Pick a Side!

CIS Conf logo 2014Registration is open for the Cutting It Straight Expository Preaching Conference I will host at the Shiloh Church in Jacksonville on September 24-26, 2014. Make plans to meet us for this great event. And tell your friends.


Chris Hefner: Preaching as “Whetting Your Appetite for the Word of God”

Mark Sayers: 10 Tips for Christian Leaders Who Don’t Want to Become Self-Promoting Jerks Online

Russell Moore: How Should Pastors Address Divorce & Remarriage? 

Thom Rainer: Nine Heartfelt Things Pastors Would Like to Say to Church Members

Jonathan Leeman: Six Principles For Youth Ministry

Ed Stetzer: Are Youth Groups Bad? 

The Overview Bible Project: The 10 Least Popular Books of the Bible 

David Murray: 6 Motives to Study the Least Popular Books in the Bible

Colleen Chao: Sexual Desire and the Single Girl (10 Tips for Purity)

Michael Hyatt: 4 Strategies for Cutting Your To-Do List in Half

On PreachingI am a proponent of writing complete sermon manuscripts, whether you take it to the pulpit or not. Diligent study can result in flat sermons if you do not think through what you want to say and how you want to say it. It is not enough to have an outline and then basically wing it from there. Write yourself clear. – H.B. Charles Jr., On Preaching, p. 66


Do you have any shout-outs or ministry links to share? Feel free to comment. 

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2 thoughts on “Saturday Shout-Outs: Moody PC, Praise Night, & Ministry Links

  1. Pastor Charles, I spoke to you Wednesday in JIA with my son. It was that awkward moment when you meet someone you admire and you do not know what to say. I should have said, “Thank you”. As a young preacher this blog, your books, and your commitment to rightly dividing the Scripture are invaluable resources. I serve under Dr. Gary L. Williams at First Church Hopewell. Jacksonville is tremendously blessed to have you as a pastor-teacher-leader. So again I say, “Thank you”.

    • Hey Timothy. Thanks for taking the time to speak at the airport. Hopefully, we will have another chance to chat. You are under a good pastor who is doing a great work in our city. Stay the course!