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Expositors Summit 2013: General Session 3

Expositors Summit 2013: General Session 2

Expositors Summit 2013: General Session 1 (Audio)

One Thing

Twelve hours with the president: A photo essay

  During Southern Seminary president R. Albert Mohler Jr.’s 20th anniversary convocation day, Towers photographer Emil Handke shadowed the president, capturing the day from every angle. (Images are property of Southern Seminary’s Office of Communications and may not be reused without permission.)   9:26 a.m. – The president’s office on the second floor of Norton Hall…

If Your Presence Does not Go With Us

More Than You Can Imagine

Whether We Live or Die

This message was provided through the generosity of the Criswell Foundation.  For more sermons from W. A. Criswell visit the The W. A. Criswell Sermon Library

What Do You Have That You Did Not Receive?: Gratitude and Christian Discipleship

Twenty years and counting: Mohler reflects on his presidency of Southern Seminary

In April 1995, he was completely spent. “I thought it was all over,” said R. Albert Mohler Jr. “I just thought I didn’t have anymore to give. I thought this was it.” Two weeks earlier, the faculty of Southern Seminary, where Mohler had been president for less than two years, overwhelmingly supported a motion that…

Resolute in a Gender-Confused Culture

From no-fault divorce to gay marriage, our culture has undertaken an enormous social experiment on issues of gender and sexuality. All manner of sexual dysfunction has become quite mainstream. As resolute Christians, our response cannot simply be to curse the darkness and to stand aloof from the culture. God calls us to be in the…

A time to be resolute in the face of challenges

Since 1880, most United States presidents have sat behind a desk made from timbers of the HMS Resolute. That British naval vessel journeyed to locate the explorer Sir John Franklin, but became trapped in ice near the Arctic Circle in 1853. An American whaler found the ship adrift just two years later and returned it…

Christian Resolve on the Secular Campus

The excitement of a new chapter in life was palpable as Mark crammed his backpack on the tile floor between his chair and the next. He sat spellbound among nearly 100 other eager freshmen philosophy students as the department chairman opened the semester. The bearded professor lowered his black-rimmed glasses and began the lecture with…

Reading Your Bible and Recognizing Jesus

A Full Gospel Ministry

Expository preaching and the recovery of Christian worship

Evangelical Christians have been especially attentive to worship in recent years sparking a renaissance of thought and conversation about what worship really is and how it should be done. Even if this renewed interest has resulted in what some have called the “worship wars” in some churches, it seems that what A.W. Tozer once called…

Carl F. H. Henry Centennial Celebration: Session 1