Mid-America recently revitalized the “Adrian Rogers Center for Biblical Preaching,” which was bolstered by three momentous events: 1) Dr. David L. Allen joining the faculty as Mid-America’s Distinguished Professor of Practical Theology and Dean of the Adrian Rogers Center for Biblical Preaching; 2) The announcement of a new 30,000-volume Preaching Library at Mid-America; and 3) The revival of the Adrian Rogers Preaching Conference.
Our world faces a shortage today of biblical preachers and solid, expository preaching. This article by Dr. David L. Allen, Mid-America’s Distinguished Professor and Dean, shares three practical ways for how expository sermons can stay text-driven.
Dr. David L. Allen describes the categories of books that should constitute a well stocked biblical preaching library.
Although the Lord would open the eyes of faith in Anthony Bonetti later in life, God did not give him physical sight at birth. Anthony’s sight impairment has not stopped him from living a life of service to the Lord.
Mid-America recently established a Pulpit Supply Program, and today, that effort has gained momentum on campus and throughout local churches across the Mid-South. Whether a church finds itself without a preacher due to a pastoral vacancy, an illness, or otherwise, Mid-America can now come alongside such churches with an organized effort to match available preachers with open pulpits.
Gleaned from decades of preaching and teaching preaching, Dr. David L. Allen provides a list of resources for preparing sermons when preaching through books of The Bible.