March 17, 2015

Preachers & Preaching

by Nathan Busenitz


Earlier this month, The Master’s Seminary launched a new blog named Preachers & PreachingIf the name sounds familiar, it is an intentional hat tip to D. Martyn Lloyd-Jones’ famous work Preaching and Preachers. Since TMS exists to train future pastors with a specific emphasis on expository preaching, it seems appropriate that the seminary’s new blog would point back to the legacy of one of recent history’s most distinguished expositors.

But the articles on Preachers & Preaching are not just for pastors and seminary students. They are intended to benefit and encourage the church at large, not just those in church leadership.

With that in mind, here are a few highlights from Preachers & Preaching over the last couple weeks:

1. John MacArthur offered 10 practical tips on how to have an enduring ministry

2. We were reminded of the need for pastors to pray for their people 

3. We were given four reasons why we should love the church

4. And we posted a review of the 2015 Summit on Biblical Inerrancy

So take a moment to check out the blog, as well as the redesigned seminary website. The Master’s Seminary is working hard to make many of its resources available online for free (from the TMS journal to seminary chapels to the Theological Resource Center), with the goal being to edify the church at large. Preachers & Preaching is another avenue by which we are hoping to do that.

Nathan Busenitz

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Nathan serves on the pastoral staff of Grace Church and teaches theology at The Master's Seminary in Los Angeles.
  • Robert Sakovich

    Thanks for pointing us to this blog. And thanks to all at TMS and other ministries that have come from the faithful servants at GCC. It is so refreshing to see such a spirit of humble service as is displayed just from visiting the Shepherds Conference a couple of years back. Coupled with all of the resources that y’all make available through mailing lists and the websites, it is quite an encouragement for all of us living out in this dark world that surrounds us.

  • Todd

    Thankful to see this post. I have thoroughly enjoyed preaching and preachers since its recent inception. Particularly its post on prayer. However, I must add that the most beneficial and helpful stimulant for prayer and planning in my life is located here

    This has been an immense help.