2019 Southeast Founders Conference
He has shown you, O man, what is good;
And what does the Lord require of you
But to do justly,
To love mercy,
And to walk humbly with your God?
What does this mean for God’s people today? How can Christians fulfill these responsibilities in a world that has been so deeply broken by sin? What is justice? How should we pursue it? What do biblical kindness and love look like? What does it mean to live humbly? These are some of the questions we explored through the exposition of God’s Word.
2019 Southeast Founders Conference
Do Justice – Love Kindness – Walk Humbly
January 3–5, 2019
At Grace Baptist Church, Cape Coral Florida
Racial Reconciliation – Ephesians 2:10-11 | Voddie Baucham
We don’t have to achieve racial reconciliation, it exists. It is a reality that we must walk in, but it has already been accomplished in Christ. In this session, Voddie Baucham unpacks Ephesians 2:10-11 to show the sufficiency of Christ’s death on the cross to bring us near in perfect reconciliation.
The Church is God’s Will for Your Life | Josh Buice
The Church is God’s will for the Christian life. God does not call Christians out of sin to journey alone. God calls Christians to the journey of faith with the local church. In this message from Ephesians 4, Dr. Josh Buice shows that the Church is God’s will for the Christian life as he considers a Christian’s responsibility to brothers & sisters in the Lord in the context of the local church.
Ethnic Gnosticism | Voddie Baucham
Ethnic Gnosticism is a term crafted by Voddie Baucham to explain the phenomenon of people believing that somehow because of ones ethnicity that one is able to know when something or someone is racist. In this sermon, Dr. Baucham sheds light on the way this ideology is undermining the gospel and compromising genuine christian relationships in the church today.
The Necessity of Courage | Toby Sumpter
It is easy for christians to shrink back and stand down in the face of conflict and persecution. Fear, hatred, threats and conflict have a way of muddying our convictions as followers of Christ. In this message, Pastor Toby Sumpter unpacks the root of fear and our call to covenantal courage in the church and the christian life.
The Religious Root of Our Sexual Perversion | Jared Longshore
We live in a time of sexual chaos. Our present sexual insanity is very much connected to an insane worldview. In this address Jared Longshore identifies the progress and principles of the sexual revolution demonstrating how the Word of God and the gospel of Jesus Christ are our only hope.
Complementarianism in an Egalitarian Age | Josh Buice
We are living in a moment of gender confusion. Both in society and the church, the roles of men and women are distorted by egalitarianism and the social justice movement. In this message, Dr. Josh Buice unpacks the root of gender confusion in the fall and demonstrates how the gospel of Jesus Christ renews and restores the relationships of men and women.
Cultural Marxism | Voddie Baucham
Voddie Baucham has spoken of the unbiblical ideology imbedded in Cultural Marxism. In this address, he unpacks Cultural Marxism identifying how it is incompatible with the Christian faith that has once for all been delivered to the saints.
All One in Christ — Galatians 3:28 | Josh Buice
The gospel breaks down barriers that too often separate people and even make them enemies. To be in Christ is to be united to others who are in Christ. In this message, Dr. Josh Buice shows how the gospel brings people together into true unity, all because of Jesus Christ.
Justice, Kindness, Humility — Micah 6:8 | Tom Ascol
In recent years we have a growing concern about “social justice.” What is meant by that phrase, however, varies widely among those who use and promote it. What is too often missing—even in the calls for “social justice” coming from Christian leaders—is a clear understanding of biblical justice. Justice exists because God is just and righteous. He is the One who defines justice and He has revealed what true justice is in the Bible. This message helps define biblical justice by looking at what God requires of people as set forth in Micah 6:8.