This weekend, the Shiloh Metropolitan Baptist Church celebrates 142 years of God’s faithfulness. Praise the Lord for all that He has done, is doing, and will do through and for the Shiloh Church! I love my church!
Today was our church picnic. Sunday, we will celebrate together in corporate worship.
I am beyond excited that Dr. Fred Luter of the Franklin Avenue Baptist Church in New Orleans, and the first African-American President of the Southern Baptist Convention, will be our guest speaker this weekend.
Thank you for your prayers, notes of encouragement, and offers of support in my nomination for president of the SBC Pastors’ Conference in 2018! Here are a few articles about my nomination…
- “My Nomination for SBC Pastors’ Conference President.” | H.B. Charles Jr.
- H.B. Charles to be Pastors’ Conf. nominee | Baptist Press
- H.B. Charles Jr. to be SBC Pastors’ Conference Nominee | Florida Baptist Witness
- HB Charles Will Be First Black SBC Pastors’ Conference President in 172 Years | The Christian Post
- SBC Takes Another Step Toward Shaking Its Racist Legacy with Nomination of H.B. Charles for Pastors’ Conference President | ChurchLeaders.com
It was a joy to speak at the John A. Reed Jr. Conference on Preaching & Pastoral Ethics in Oklahoma City. It was also good to see Evangelist Manuel Scott Jr., who took a step of faith into full-time itinerant ministry some thirty years ago and is still going strong for Christ.
God is doing a great work at the Fellowship Christian Church in Salem, Virginia. I am grateful for the opportunity to speak at the Reach Out Celebration (Missions Conference) this weekend.
Jason K. Allen: The Four Biblical Marks of Corporate Worship
Josh Buice: 3 Errors of “Word of Faith” Preaching
D.A. Carson: Why God Demands Worship
John MacArthur: Watching Your Spiritual Diet
Rebekah Hannah: Women Use Porn Too
Time Challies: Nobody Respects a. Blogger
Book of the Week: 8 Hours or Less: Writing Faithful Sermons Faster by Ryan Huguley
The Cutting It Straight Expository Preaching Conference will take place September 19-21, 2017, at the Shiloh Church in Jacksonville, Florida. This conference is designed to train, model, and promote biblical teaching and preaching. There are also tracks for student ministry, women’s ministry, Christian education, and worship and arts. Register today!
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