Sermons in the ‘Guest Speakers’ Category
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Harold Best outlines some basic ideas about making art Christianly. Insisting on shaping a worldview based on Christ, rather than building a worldview out of any niche specialty, such as art, he continues to argue for demystified creativity. Shattering overly-romanticized notions of art, Best proposes artistic creativity that grows out of our basic identity as God’s creatures.
Recorded live at the East Campus, Dr. Gary Habermas delivers two talks based on the resurrection of Christ, and answers questions related to the veracity of the resurrection afterwards:
* Dealing With The Emotional Roller Coaster of Doubt
* The Cross And The Empty Tomb: Treating The Worst Pain You Have Ever Had
In this second of two sessions, Kevin Twit answers questions from the audience and also talks about helpful books for leading worship, and these categories:
Hymn history and biography, Analysis of hymns, History of music and worship, Hymnals and sources of hymn texts.
In this first of two sessions, Kevin Twit talks about worship as a formative experience and explains the need for hymns. He provides insight into how to use hymns, how to arrange them, and how songwriters can learn from them.
How has the gospel changed your understanding of manliness? How did your father influence your view of manliness? What is the hardest thing you have ever done as a man? Hear Sojourn’s Elders answer these questions and more in an Elder Panel held at Sojourn’s 2010 Men’s Retreat – Join the Brotherhood.
Hear longtime friends, Pastor Mike Cosper and Lachlan Coffey, talk about what it looks like to have a friendship that endures and what it takes to move beyond friendships that are based on utility or pleasure.
Hear John Bryson from Fellowship Memphis discuss the implications of the fall upon manhood and challenge the men at Sojourn’s 3rd Annual Men’s Retreat to create and cultivate, looking to Christ for strength to resist our tendency to be Childish, Consumers, Cowards, and Critics.
Developing a thoughtful and biblical response to Islam is a necessity for Christians in 21st century America. In this session, Dr. Albert Mohler examines some of the fundamental ways in which Islam and Christianity are at odds with one another, and how Christians and local churches can best think through their implications for life and ministry.