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The 9Marks at Southeastern Conference is a conference about the church, for the church. The conference exists to equip pastors and church leaders to lead their congregations toward greater health for the glory of King Jesus. Each year, the 9Marks at Southeastern Conference examines a particular topic related to church health and provides biblical and practical help fellow pastors and leaders.
 
First Five Years is a 9Marks Conference that seeks to encourage and instruct new pastors. If you are new in your ministry—perhaps in seminary, or in the first years of a church plant, or just beginning your pastorate in a new place—this conference is meant to equip you. With the help of brothers from around the country and beyond, we want to provide practical counsel from God’s Word and to facilitate fellowship between new pastors who are looking to God’s Word for guidance.
 
Brought to you by 9Marks, Pastoring in a Pandemic is a daily live-streamed conversation with Jonathan Leeman and guests. The goal is to help churches care for their people well during COVID-19. Join the 9Marks community: GET THE APP: http://9marks.link/app TWITTER: https://www.twitter.com/9Marks FACEBOOK: https://www.facebook.com/9Marks INSTAGRAM: https://www.instragram.com/9Marks BOOKSTORE: https://www.9marks.org/bookstore
 
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If you spend any time at all reading the Bible, then you’ll realize just how often the Bible uses the Bible. There are obvious quotations, but there are also implicit allusions, artistically woven throughout. In this episode of Preachers Talk, Jeremy Meeks chats with David Helm and Michael Lawrence about how preachers ought to approach the Bible’s …
 
Bible Talk celebrates Christmas! In Matthew 1–2, the Gospel writer regularly appeals to the Old Testament to show that what’s happening in the present is a fulfillment of past prophecies. But when you begin to scrutinize the texts in their original context, it’s not at clear that they point forward to the Messiah. This raises a few questions: How d…
 
Bible Talk celebrates Christmas! In Matthew 1–2, the Gospel writer regularly appeals to the Old Testament to show that what’s happening in the present is a fulfillment of past prophecies. But when you begin to scrutinize the texts in their original context, it’s not at clear that they point forward to the Messiah. This raises a few questions: How d…
 
As far as Joseph’s brothers know, their brother is dead. They haven’t seen him in decades. So when they finally see their brother again—unbeknownst to them!—Joseph has a brilliant plan to see if they’ve been humbled, or if they’re still as wicked as they were when they threw him into a well and sold him into slavery. In this episode of Bible Talk, …
 
At the beginning of Genesis 40, Joseph is living in the belly of the beast: an Egyptian prison. By the end of Genesis 41, he’s Pharaoh‘s second-in-command. But no matter his station, God’s favor remains on Joseph. In this episode of Bible Talk, Alex Duke chats with Jim Hamilton and Sam Emadi about Genesis 40–41. iTunes Spotify Spreaker Download MP3…
 
Joseph’s story resolves every major plot-line of Genesis, proving that Moses is a “literary genius,” as Jim puts it. In this episode of Bible Talk, Alex chats with Jim and Sam about Genesis 37–39. They cover Joseph’s brothers, Judah and Tamar, and Joseph and Potiphar’s wife. * * * * * SHOW NOTES: 1:35 / Alex explains how Joseph is introduced in the…
 
Joseph’s story resolves every major plot-line of Genesis, proving that Moses is a “literary genius,” as Jim Hamilton puts it. Alex Duke chats with Jim & Sam about Genesis 37–39. They cover Joseph’s brothers, Judah & Tamar, and Joseph & Potiphar’s wife.By 9Marks
 
These chapters of Genesis cover some dark terrain, things that ought not be done in Israel (34:7). Shechem violates Dinah. Two of his others sons—Simeon and Levi—commit a war crime. And Esau’s descent away from God’s people is finally codified through his genealogy (Gen. 36). What’s God up to in Genesis 34–36? Even amidst his chosen people’s sin an…
 
These chapters of Genesis cover some dark terrain, things that ought not be done in Israel (34:7). Shechem violates Dinah. Two of his others sons—Simeon and Levi—commit a war crime. And Esau’s descent away from God’s people is finally codified through his genealogy (Gen. 36). What’s God up to in Genesis 34–36? Even amidst his chosen people’s sin an…
 
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