Earlier this Fall, SBTS kicked off it’s new year of classes with a focus on . Though it hadn’t been done before, it was immediately obvious as something sorely needed. After all, who could be at greater risk for attacks from our spiritual enemy than those preparing to shepherd the souls of God’s people? Furthermore, we can see the continuing need for current pastors to keep a close watch on their life and doctrine (1 Tim 4:16).
Recently, the entire audio of this mini conference was posted online. You can grab this audio below. Click here to watch the opening and closing sermons on video. Click here for an iTunes cover image.
Keep a Close Watch: When Doctrine and Character Meet in the Mirror by R. Albert Mohler, Jr.
That Fragile Assurance: Believing in God’s Love Despite Great Sin by Brian Vickers
The Power of Purity by Heath Lambert