Preaching & Teaching

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Below are some audio recordings of some of the preaching and teaching that I’ve been privileged to do over the years.  Several of these series were co-taught with my father, Pastor Rick Franks.

Preaching:

(12/12/14) 1 Corinthians 15:50-58 “We Shall All Be Changed”

 (01/25/15) Psalm 93 “The LORD Reigns”

(01/25/15) 2 Corinthians 1:3-4 & 7 “The God of All Comfort”

(02/22/15) Titus 2:11-14 “Grace, Godliness, & Glory”

(02/22/15) Habakkuk 3:17-19 “Yet I will Rejoice in the Lord”

(04/20/15) Psalm 85 “Will You Not Revive Us Again?”

(04/26/15) Mark 10:46-52 “Take Heart, He is Calling You”

(06/07/15) Joshua 1:8 “A Call to Christian Meditation”

(08/16/15) Romans 6:1-11 “Dead & Alive”

(09/20/15) Acts 1:1-11 “He Ascended Into Heaven”

(10/18/15) Selected Scripture “The Holy Spirit”

(11/15/15) Selected Scripture “The Resurrection”

(01/17/16) Selected Scripture “Baptism & the Christian Life”

(03/20/16) 1 Corinthians 11 “The Lord’s Supper: Union & Communion with Christ”

(04/17/16) 1 Corinthians 11 “Broken for Whom?”

(05/15/16) Matthew 16:19 “The Keys to the Kingdom”

(10/16/16) Luke 12:49-59 “The Unexpected Jesus”

(06/18/17) Selected Scripture “Principles of Pastoral Care”

Teaching:

(8/22/10 – 1/30/11) Great is Thy Faithfulness: An Introduction to the History of the Church

(2/12/12 – 6/24/12) The Word of the Lord: An Introduction to the Minor Prophets

(09/24/14) An Overview of the Book of Exodus

(12/13/15) Patristic Exegesis

(10/30/16) Doctrine Through Doxology: The History & Theology of Sacred Song

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3 responses to “Preaching & Teaching

  • January Update | SPC Internship

    […] On January 23rd I took the train down to a sea-side village called Conwy in Wales.  Conwy is a truly beautiful village which rests almost entirely inside the medieval city walls.  The ruined castle sits in the shadow of Snowdonia and on the brink of the bay.  The sounds of seagulls reminded me of my time growing up in Florida, but rugged mountains replaced long beaches and palm trees!  I spent the day seeing the sights before taking a train that evening to Wrexham, Wales where I was scheduled to preach on Sunday.  I stayed with a lovely couple who graciously hosted me for three nights while I was in Wales.  They, however, were both English transplants (the husband is the son of a one-eyed seaman – no joke) and I enjoyed many hours of conversation with them while I was there.  I walked around Wrexham on Saturday and spent quite a few hours preparing my sermons.  I have to say I was far more nervous this time that I was in the past but God was gracious and I think I was faithful.  If you’d care to listen to those sermons you can find them here. […]

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