He does declare his church as being baptist and cites the baptist distinctives. I think he has an open membership, but does teach baptism by immersion as a step of obedience.
On Calvinism, he is one of those baptist preachers who does not declare himself one way or the other, but indeed holds to many of the doctrines. He is typical of many who believe foreknowledge is the key to predestination, as do many baptists. He is premil-dispensational, if that means anything.
I think he does an excellent job of preaching the word from what I have heard and read.
The most important part of any prayer is not what we say to God. It is what God says to us. We are most likely to pray and then rush off before God speaks.