This week I’m excited to begin a ten-part series of videos entitled, “Foundations: A Pastor’s Life.” I pray that these videos encourage, edify and equip you to better serve and minister in your own context.
I moved to Oxford, Mississippi, a year and a half ago and asked Dr. Eric Hankins to lunch mostly because I was incensed with his writings.
There is a reason why Walker Moore’s column is the most consistently read (if not the most popular) segment of the Oklahoma Baptist Messenger. Once again, Walker conflates sanctified humor with a spiritual sensitivity that informs the head and warms the heart. Read, laugh, be changed.
Under the broad heading of “Southern Baptists and Calvinism,” we tend to conflate three distinct topics—etiquette, theology and leadership. Our usual assumption is that some people talk about Calvinism nicely while others do so divisively.
Walker Moore’s blend of tongue-in-cheek humor and heart-to-feet spirituality provides a healthy mix to nourish you in the coming year. SBCToday is grateful for Walker’s contributions to this blog, but most especially, for his heart for the lost around the world and his commitment to train others, and take others, to share the gospel of Jesus Christ internationally.