Podcast Episode #070
We are privileged to have Alistair Begg as our guest. In this episode, we discussed pastoral tenure, expository preaching, sermon preparation, the resurgence of Puritan theology, and more.
Some highlights from the episode:
- A lot of pastors overestimate what they can do in a short time and underestimate what they can do over the long haul.
- Think yourself empty, read yourself full, write yourself clear, and pray yourself hot.
- Technology has been the big game changer in the church over the past few decades.
- There is no ideal place to serve God except where He has placed you.
- God’s work done in God’s way will never lack God’s supply.—Hudson Taylor
About Alistair Begg:
Alistair Begg came to Parkside as senior Pastor in September 1983. His teaching is also featured on the radio program Truth For Life. He was born and raised in Glasgow, Scotland, and from there went to Trent University, London School of Theology, and Westminster Seminary. He and his wife, Susan, have three children. One book he believes every person should have in his or her personal library besides the Bible is The Pilgrim’s Progress by John Bunyan.
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