Why I’m Troubled by VP Pence’s Address to the SBC

I posted last night: https://www.facebook.com/chadcashby/posts/10100214343092212 Several friends and church members were curious why this late announcement from the leaders of the Southern Baptist Convention elicited such a strong response from me. I wanted to share a few thoughts. First of all, it has nothing to do with VP Mike Pence's personal character or Christian faith. … Continue reading Why I’m Troubled by VP Pence’s Address to the SBC

“Now, About Your Wives…”: A Sermon on 1 Peter 3:7

Faithful followers know that I never post sermons on this blog (Not that I'm discouraging you from listening, which you can do online here, or you can subscribe to the church podcast here). However, I delivered a sermon at the Immanuel Network Summit 2018 in Louisville, KY, and I discovered that what the Lord had … Continue reading “Now, About Your Wives…”: A Sermon on 1 Peter 3:7

Keep Your Word. The Gospel Depends On It.

It is unrighteous to be a promise-breaker. In fact, the gospel itself hangs on the promise-keeping of God. Let me explain. Our Promise-Keeping God. In 2 Corinthians, Paul explains to the Corinthians why he had a change in travel plans. When Paul initially heard about the issues in Corinth, he had a strong impulse to … Continue reading Keep Your Word. The Gospel Depends On It.

New Post at For The Church: “Three Essentials For Every Pastor’s Toolbox”

I've got a new post over at Midwestern Baptist Theological Seminary's great resource¬†For The Church about a topic that might interest curious church members. How does a pastor preach so many sermons in a year? As I've entered the ministry myself, I've come to realize preaching is not one-size-fits-all. Depending on the setting, the audience, … Continue reading New Post at For The Church: “Three Essentials For Every Pastor’s Toolbox”