Friday Roundup: What Our Advisory Panel’s Been Thinking About Lately

In the Live Webcast we did yesterday, Ronnie Floyd, General Editor for Bible Studies for Life,  pointed out that this resource was not created by a bunch of people in an office building who aren’t connected to the local church. Instead, we have an Advisory Panel of really, really smart men and women who are influential leaders in the local church. So, in the first of what may wind up being a regular feature of the Bible Studies For Life blog, we wanted to give you a taste of what some of these guys have been blogging about lately. Enjoy!

Ron Edmondson, Pastor of Immanuel Baptist Church in Lexington, Kentucky and author of the upcoming “When Relationships Collide” study (Fall 2013) reflects on what he would say to his daughter if he was raising one today. Beautiful thoughts as we look toward Mother’s Day!

10 Things I’d Do If I Were Raising a Daughter Today

Pete Wilson, Pastor of Crosspoint Church in Nashville Tennessee, and author of “Let Hope In” (Spring 2014) is currently on a mission trip to India. Here, he shares some of his thoughts from the field:

Gather Then Scatter

Ronnie Floyd, General Editor for Bible Studies for Life and Pastor of Cross Church in NW Arkansas, talks about the value of listening over talking.

Americans Seek a Listening Ear

Eddie Mosley, GroupLife Pastor at  LifePoint Church in Smyrna, Tennessee talks about why preaching in series makes sense.

3 Reasons Sermon Series Matter!

Kelly Minter, author, speaker, and musician from Nashville Tennesse, reflects on the value of “quiet and small” moments in community life over big, bloggable, Tweetable, Facebook-able moments.

Quiet and Small, It’s Okay

Speak Your Mind

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