The making of resolutions and the practice of gospel proclamation are a suitable pairing. In large measure, this is because the preaching of God’s Word ought to be characterized by careful deliberation and rigor, rather than undertaken in a haphazard manner.
Should Christians leave their church if the pastor is not consistently preaching the Word? What should a pastor do if his church is unresponsive to the preaching of God’s Word? How did the modern church get to a place where many pastors are delivering nice talks, but not preaching from the Bible? We asked Art […]
Is the church in general poorly taught regarding baptism? How important is baptism for the Christian? We asked Art Azurdia… Listen to sermon (Acts 2:37-41): Before getting into the meat of the text, you laid down some foundational concepts regarding baptism. Do you remember why you did that? Well, probably because I can’t remember the […]
What can the preaching of the Apostles teach us about preaching Jesus? Do Christians today have an adequate understanding of what it is to live in the last days? We asked Art Azurdia… Listen to sermon (Acts 2:14-36): Is there anything tricky in preparing for and preaching a text that is in a sermon […]
Why take several sermons to focus on the Pentecost event? What runs through your mind as you prepare to preach such a crucial even in redemptive history? Why is there such a visceral nature to the Spirit’s advent? We asked Art Azurdia… Listen to sermon (Acts 2:1-13): This is part one of a three-part series. […]