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We had a great Fall Church Institute at the Shiloh Church this week.

Thanks to Pastors Maurice Watson, Bryan Carter, and Lance Watson for richly blessing our congregation with the preaching of the word of God!

Thanks to Dr. George and Mrs. Karen Waddles, Ray Pritchard, and Joe Pace for teaching us to live and serve more faithfully.

Thanks to the Shiloh staff and volunteers for serving our guests and congregation this week. You make it happen!

NOTE: Next year – September 24-26, 2014 – we plan to host our first conference on expository preaching at the Shiloh Church in Jacksonville. Mark your calendars and plan to join us.

Check out my interview with Dr. Maurice Watson.

I plan to post my interview with Pastor Bryan Carter of the Concord Church of Dallas next week. Stay tuned!

Looking for the 2013 Thriving Summit.

Hope to see you at the SBTS Expositors Summit.

Shout-out to ChurchLeaders.com for sharing my sermon: Every Preacher Needs to Hear this Message 

Pro Preacher: 8 Ways You Might Be Losing People in Your Sermons

Pastoralized: The Number of Hours Keller, Piper, Driscoll (and 5 others) Spend on Sermon Prep 

Bryan Hedges: Prepare Your Public Prayers: Helpful Advice from D.A. Carson 

Borrowed Light: Pray for Your Son: 31 Day Challenge 

Kim Crandall: Dear discouraged moms

Jared C. Wilson: Can I Tell You About My Friend Jesus?

Practical Shepherding: What are 5 reasons Christians do not visit the sick and dying?

Joey Cochran: A Prayer for Christian Bloggers and Writers

Tim Challies: The Person Behind the Blog 

Russell D. Moore: Why Carl F.H. Henry (Still) Matters 

Rick Warren: The Most Important Interview I’ve Ever Done 

The first mark of a healthy church is expositional preaching. It is not only the first mark; it is far and away the most important of them all, because if you get this one right, all of the others should follow. – Mark Dever

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