This week I am delighted to welcome Dr. Jedidiah Coppenger to the podcast. Dr. Coppenger serves as the lead pastor of Redemption City Church in Franklin, TN. Dr. Coppenger is an accomplished author, recently releasing his book 21 Days to Childlike Prayer: Changing Your World One Specific Prayer at a Time.
This week I am delighted to welcome Dr. Andrew Hébert to the podcast. Dr. Hébert serves as the lead pastor of Paramount Baptist Church in Amarillo, Texas. He recently released a book he edited titled Shepherding Like Jesus: Returning to the Wild Idea that Character Matters in Ministry.
This week I am delighted to welcome Dr. Dale Johnson to the podcast. Dr. Johnson serves as Director of Counseling Programs and Associate Professor of Biblical Counseling at Midwestern Baptist Theological Seminary. He is an accomplished counselor and author, having published multiple works including his book The Church as a Culture of Care.
This week I am delighted to welcome Dr. Dustin Benge to the podcast. Dr. Benge serves as Associate Professor of Biblical Spirituality and Historical Theology at the Southern Baptist Theological Seminary in Louisville, Kentucky. He is an accomplished theologian and author, having published multiple works including his most recent book: The Loveliest Place: The Beauty and Glory of the Church, released with Crossway Publishers in March of 2022.
This week I am delighted to welcome Dr. Michael Lawrence to the podcast. Dr. Lawrence serves as the lead pastor of Hinson Baptist Church in Portland, OR, and as a council member of The Gospel Coalition. He is an accomplished author publishing multiple works including Biblical Theology in the Life of the Church, It Is Well: Expositions on Substitutionary Atonement with Mark Dever, and Conversion: How God Creates a People, released in 2017 with 9Marks.
This week I am delighted to welcome Dr. Alan Branch to the podcast. Dr. Branch serves as Professor of Christian Ethics here at Midwestern Seminary, and also serves as a Research Fellow in Christian Ethics for the Ethics and Religious Liberty Commission of the Southern Baptist Convention. He is an accomplished author having published multiple books including his most recent work 50 Ethical Questions: Biblical Wisdom for Confusing Times.
This week I am delighted to welcome Dr. Robert Yarbrough to the podcast. Dr. Yarbrough serves as Professor of New Testament at Covenant Theological Seminary in St. Louis, Mo.
He is an accomplished scholar having published many works including his contribution to the ESV Expository Commentary on Romans, Clash of Visions: Populism and Elitism in New Testament Theology, and many more including his Baker exegetical commentary on 1-3 John.
This week I am delighted to welcome Dr. Mark Jones to the podcast. Dr. Jones is the senior minister of Faith Vancouver Church in Canada. He is also an accomplished author having written multiple books including Living for God, Knowing Christ, and his most recent work, Knowing Sin: Seeing a Neglected Doctrine Through the Eyes of the Puritans.
This week I am delighted to welcome Dr. Sam Storms to the podcast. Dr. Storms currently serves as the senior pastor of Bridgeway Church in Oklahoma City, OK. He is also an accomplished author, publishing many articles and books including his most recent book: A Dozen Things God Did with Your Sin: And Three things He’ll Never Do with Crossway Publishers.
This week I am delighted to welcome Mr. Samuel Bierig to the podcast. Currently, Sam Bierig serves as Vice President of Undergraduate Studies, Dean of Spurgeon College, and Assistant Professor of Biblical Studies at Spurgeon College. He is pursuing his Ph.D. here at Midwestern Seminary and recently released his own book entitled, No Neutral Words: The Pastor’s Investment and Stewardship of His Most Precious and Powerful Tool.