Former preaching professor at NOBTS

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  1. izzaksdad

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    I was at a conference today and heard Jim Shaddix preach. He was great. Extremely powerful message from Psalm 42. Anybody on here have him as a professor of preaching while he was at NOBTS?
    Just curious- would like to get some material if possible.
     
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    mmm

    Former? I did not know that he had left. Where was this conference?

    Wayne
     
  3. izzaksdad

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    Guero,

    He is now the new Pastor of Riverside Baptist Church, Denver, Colorado. Mega church right downtown. He told an interesting story today about the interview process with the search committee from Riverside- having to do with him being in the academic world for the most part in the last 11 years.

    Conference was State Evangelism Conference of SC Baptists.
     
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    I am a NOBTS grad and my DH is working on his PhD. I was Dr. Shaddix's secretary for a short while. He is an awesome, awesome man. We were so disappointed he left NOBTS. But God is going to use him in a mighty way. My husband had some preaching courses under him and has his books.
    THis man is very humble and truly lives what he preaches. I am so glad you have the opportunity to hear him.
     
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    I did not personally have him, but I have heard nothing but great things about him and I know that his new church is blessed to have him.
     

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