Pastors Are Our Heroes, Churches Are Our Priority, Georgia Is Our Mission Field.
Tim Williams has been a faithful evangelist for over 30 years and traveling the world sharing the Gospel. He also serves as the GBMB evangelism consultant in the SW & SE regions preaching each Sunday and inspiring revivals everywhere he serves. In this broadcast, PJ & Ray sit down with Tim to talk through elements of a harvest time in a sermon. Drawing the net in a sermon is not just for decisions for Christ but decisions of any kind. In this broadcast, we discuss: - Ray's pastoring experience and the challenges with getting people to take action - How to lead into an effective invitation at the end of your message - Examples of what to do in a sermon to draw the net to make disciples - How drawing the net increases your ability to make disciples - Ways Tim approaches a harvest time in a sermon and steps to take before and after - PJ's failed (multiple) attempts at drawing the net! - How to define a successful harvest by numbers and spiritual impact If you can't catch us live, be sure to subscribe! YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCRESLi21We1lue5FaPAlokA Instagram: instagram.com/gabaptist_discipleship Podcast: gabaptistdiscipleship.transistor.fm Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/groups/gadiscipleship
Raise of hands, how many of you have read Dr. Whitney's book on Spiritual Disciplines for the Christian Life?!? Dr. Donald Whitney is the professor of Biblical Spirituality at The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary and an Associate Dean of the School of Theology. He has authored nine books, including Spiritual Disciplines for the Christian Life, and is a popular conference speaker, especially on personal and congregational spirituality. He served in pastoral ministry for 24 years. You won't want to leave early on this broadcast! Scott Sullivan and Ray Sullivan talk with Dr. Whitney about: - Lamborghini Fountain Pens - Rays personal connection to Dr. Whitney - Defining "Biblical Spirituality" - Understanding who you are as a child of God and its effect on who we are as leaders - Who Dr. Whitney had as a mentor and what is the first step to mentoring others - How do we care for the souls of others if we don't care for our own souls as pastors? - Encouragement to leaders to take their next step in spiritual disciplines - Your walk with Jesus is worth the investment and will require patience and dependence on the Holy Spirit