Here’s our sermon series intro video for the Book of Jeremiah called “REBUK’D”. Another creation of pure awesomeness by Andrew England.
This sermon is preached by our very own, David Munoz (CBSM and Sparkman Sophomore). David is part of our KTL ministry group who goes through a spring semester class to learn how to preach and teach from all the Scriptures in a Christ-centered, gospel-grounded, and life-changing way. In this sermon, David is preaching Job 2-37 on how to get and give Christ-centered counseling.
The dude stepped up to the mic, opened his mouth, and the Spirit of God took over from there. A couple months ago, one of our KTL teenagers came up to me and requested another opportunity to preach in our Wednesday night worship service. The guy has obviously been called to pastoral ministry, is seen as a leader everywhere he goes and in everything he does, and can flat out preach (or “shuck some corn” as they say in Bama). I wanted to finish our series on Leviticus first, so I found the perfect spot for him just a little over the month after he asked for it. I told me he had been studying the book of Job by himself, and wanted to share it with the students. Two days before he preached, I gave him an opportunity to run through it with some other guys on our KTL ministry. After a few tune-ups in his message here and there, he was ready to rock. Continue reading
One of my greatest privileges as a youth pastor is on Sunday nights after the evening service. Most youth pastors would trade their electric drum set for an organ if they got to be a part of this. On Sunday nights for one hour after the evening service, I have the honor of sitting around a table with 12 of the guys in our student ministry to study leadership together. Half of the guys are already called into full-time ministry to be senior pastors, youth pastors, missionaries, etc. The other half are just incredible servant-leaders within our student ministry. We have about 5 seniors involved and 2 others from each grade down from there.
I’ve been asked before how we developed this ministry that we call KTL. By the way, KTL stands for “Keruxon Ton Logon” which means “preach the Word” in the Greek. Continue reading