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For the Church.
For the World.
For the Glory of God.

Publications

Mark Coppenger can’t stop talking about the gospel

It’s likely you’ll find him riding the bus to Southern Seminary’s campus in Louisville from his home in Nashville, Tennessee, choosing public transit over his car if possible, favoring the stories in the seats on the Megabus over the company of his car radio.

Leader influences

Bevin Center Trips

Everywhere the Bevin Center for Missions Mobilization deployed students this year

‘Take the gospel far as the curse is found,’ Mohler told graduates at SBTS winter commencement

Trustees vote to adopt ‘The Nashville Statement’ as an official confessional document

7 things every Christian can learn from Billy Graham

Professor Timothy K. Beougher explains what every pastor should learn from the life of Billy Graham.

Considering covenants

No other gospel

What we believe about the character of God, the identity of man, the nature of sin, and the work of Christ are put on full display when we articulate the gospel.

10 ways to foster personal evangelism in the local church

A how-to for pastors and church leaders

Gratitude is a ‘deeply theological issue’

Mary Mohler’s new book provides a strategy for ‘growing in gratitude’

Even in his death, Billy Graham Preached the gospel

A personal reflection from the Billy Graham School dean

Two-time Super Bowl champion and SBTS donor lives out a public faith

Chris Maragos, a donor to Southern Seminary, won the Super Bowl (twice) — but that’s not his highest goal.

Keeping the Evangel in Evangelism

Why evangelicalism can’t abandon the old, old story

Boston: The most strategic city on earth?

Southern Seminary alumnus Bland Mason and the quiet, strategic movement to reach America’s most iconic city.

How the Lord’s Prayer will turn the world upside down

A conversation with R. Albert Mohler Jr. about his newest book

Editorial: Celebrating the Reformation by Remembering the Legacy of Martin Luther

Martin Luther Timeline

The “Heidelberg Theses” of 1518: A Milestone in Luther’s Theological Maturation