Christ-Centered Preaching and Teaching Discussion: Audio

June 18, 2013 at 11:08 am 1 comment


Here is a link to the audio: Christ-Centered Teaching and Preaching

photo (1)In case you missed it…

One of the highlights of the 2013 SBC was The Gospel Project‘s panel discussion on Christ-centered teaching and preaching. The room was packed out, which would suggest that people think this is an important topic. The panel featured Ed Stetzer, Eric Hankins, Trevin Wax and Jon Akin.

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