Philosophy of Preaching (Part 1 of 5)---"Vital Preaching" by Dr. Delnay

I hope you are starting to find articles that are of value and interest to you on the Quest website. This week on preaching I am planning a five-part series whereby I will be providing articles from five different men on the ...more

Preaching Resource Introduction

“I would say that a ‘dull preacher’ is a contradiction in terms; if he is dull he is not a preacher. He may stand in a pulpit and talk, but he is certainly not a preacher.  The man who is ...more

Prepared to Follow

“Prepared to Follow.” Dr. John Greening, national representative of the GARBC, preaches from from Mark 8:34-38 in the closing session of the 2008 GARBC Conference. The session is approximately 42 minutes long and the file is approximately 19 MB in size. ...more

The Preaching of the Cross

"The Preaching of the Cross.” Gary Anderson, president of Baptist Mid Missions since 1989, preaches from Romans 1:16 on Thursday evening, June 26, at the 2008 GARBC Conference. The session is approximately 54 minutes long and the file is approximately 25 ...more

The Enemies of the Cross

“The Enemies of the Cross.” Ariel Abadiano, a pastor from the Philippine Islands and founder of International Partners, preaches on Thursday morning, June 26, at the 2008 GARBC Annual Conference. Listener Alert: During the sermon, Pastor Abadiano uses a multimedia ...more

A Baptist Perspective on Reformed Theology

“A Baptist Perspective on Reformed Theology.” Dr. Myron Houghton, senior professor of systematic theology at Faith Baptist Theological Seminary (Ankeny, Iowa), presents a workshop on Reformed theology at the 2008 GARBC Conference. The session is approximately 55 minutes long and the ...more

The Accomplishment of the Cross

“The Accomplishment of the Cross.” Duke Crawford, pastor of Calvary Baptist Church, Mt. Pleasant, Iowa, preaches during the Wednesday evening, June 25, session of the 2008 GARBC Annual Conference. The session is approximately 37 minutes long and the file is approximately ...more

A Prophecy of the Cross

“A Prophecy of the Cross.” Dr. Jerry Lancaster, pastor of Starkey Road Baptist Church, Seminole, Fla., preaches from from Psalm 22 on Wednesday morning, June 24, at the 2008 GARBC Annual Conference. The session is approximately 33 minutes long and the ...more

A Plan Fit for the Savior

“A Plan Fit for the Savior.” Dr. John Greening, national representative of the GARBC, preaches from from Hebrews 2:10–18 in the opening session of the 2008 GARBC Annual Conference. The session is approximately 42 minutes long and the file is approximately ...more

The Training of Timothys

Dr. Jim Jeffery, president of Baptist Bible College, Clarks Summit, Pa., uses this June 27, 2007 sermon from the GARBC annual conference to summarize "The Training of Timothys." Dr. Jeffery challenges the listener to "raise up a ...more

Christ-Directed Evangelism

In this June 28, 2007 sermon from the GARBC annual conference, Dr. Ernie Schmidt describes "Christ-Directed Evangelism" using Matthew 16, Matthew 28, and Acts 1. Dr. Schmidt is on the faculty of Faith Baptist Bible College, Ankeny, Iowa. The ...more

Workers Together with God

In this June 28, 2007 sermon from the GARBC annual conference, Pastor David Strope uses 1 Corinthians 3:1-17 to describe "Workers Together with God." The pastor of Ankeny Baptist Church, Ankeny, Iowa, Strope uses the text to show the ...more

A Ministry for Postmodern Times

In this June 28, 2007 sermon from the GARBC annual conference, Dr. Douglas McLachlan compares the city of Athens in Acts 17:16-34 to our postmodern society. The session is approximately 36 minutes long and the file is approximately 26MB in ...more

Built Right

In this June 27, 2007 sermon from the GARBC annual conference, Dr. John Greening discusses the nature of the New Testament church from 1 Peter 1-2. “There must be among us a constant distrust of human nature because we are ...more

A Church for Postmodern Times

In this June 27, 2007 sermon from the GARBC annual conference, Dr. Douglas McLachlan uses 2 Timothy 4:1-8 to describe “A Church for Postmodern Times.” Recently retired after many years of ministry at Fourth Baptist Church in Minneapolis, Minn., McLachlan ...more