Bivocational Resources

Audio files available for download: 

Each of the audio files listed below are hosted on Samford University's "iTunes U" website. Please note: you will need to have iTunes installed on your computer in order to access the iTunes University materials. When you click on the desired link, you will first be directed to Samford's "Technology In Learning" website. On the left hand side of the page there is a login area.  You may bypass the login and passord and click "Submit".  If you do not already have iTunes installed, you will be instructed to do so. Once iTunes is installed, return to this page and select the audio file to be directed to iTunes U. Select "Resource Center for Pastoral Excellence" in the Samford University menu options.  From here you may download or listen to the mp3 audio file.

All of the audio files can be accessed here. Should you have any questions or need additional support, contact the Resource Center office at (205) 726-4064.

 

Dr. Loyd Allen, Professor, McAfee School of Theology

“Ways Christians Have Prayed Through the Centuries” October 2014

Rev. Dennis Bickers

 "The Healthy Church", Bivocational Leader Lab, August 2011

 

Rev. Gary Burton, Pastor at Pintala Baptist Church, Pintala, Alabama.

"The Baptist Doctrine of Separation of Church and State", March 2014

 

Dr. Alan Culpepper, Dean, McAfee School of Theology

“Portraits of Jesus in the Gospels” September 2014

 

Dr. Wayne Flynt, Professor Emeritus of History at Auburn University

"What the Bible Says About the Poor", April 2013

 

Dr. Gary Furr, Pastor, Vestavia Hills Baptist Church, Vestavia Hills, Alabama

"The Ministry of Reconciliation", February, 2013

"It Is Well With My Soul? Suffering and the Christian Life", February 10, 2014

 

Rev. Chris George, Pastor, Smoke Rise Baptist Church, Stone Mountain, Georgia

“Can I Get a Witness? Reclaiming Testimony and Christian Storytelling in the Church” October 2014

 

Rev. Ray Gilder, National Coordinator, Bivocational and Smaller Church Leadership Network

"Balancing the Life of a Minister", March 2014

 

Dr. Fisher Humphreys, Professor Emeritus of Divinity at Samford University

"Forgiveness", April 2013

"The Work of Christ - Interpretations of Atonement", October 2014

 

Eric Mathis, Professor, Samford University

“Christ’s Time for the Church: Worship and the Christian Year” November 2014

 

Rev. Dr. Emmanuel McCall, Professor, McAfee School of Theology; Pastor Fellowship Group Baptist Church, East Point, Georgia

“Meet George Liele” November 2014

 

Dr. Tex Sample, Professor Emeritus of Church and Society, St. Paul School of Theology in Kansas City

"Doing Ministry in a Traditional Culture", October 2012

 

Dr. James Strange, Professor, Samford University

“How Archeologist Help Us Read the Gospels” September 2014

 

Dr. Alan Walworth

"Hinge Moments", April 2011

 

Rev. Gary Burton, Pastor at Pintala Baptist Church, Pintala, Alabama.

"The Baptist Doctrine of Separation of Church and State", March 2014

Dr. Wayne Flynt, Professor of History, Emeritus, Auburn University

"What the Bible Says About the Poor,",  January 2014

 Dr. Gary Furr, Pastor, Vestavia Hills Baptist Church, Vestavia Hills, Alabama

"The Ministry of Reconciliation", February, 2013

"It Is Well With My Soul? Suffering and the Christian Life", February, 2014

Rev. Ray Gilder, National Coordinator, Bivocational and Smaller Church Leadership Network

"Balancing the Life of a Minister", March 2014

Dr. Fisher Humphreys, Professor of Divinity, Emeritus, Samford University

"The Work of Christ - Interpretations of Atonement", April 2014

"Forgiveness", October 2012

Dr. Tex Sample, Professor Emeritus of Church and Society, St. Paul School of Theology, Kansas City, KS

"Doing Ministry in a Traditional Culture", October 2012 

Dr. Alan Walworth

"Hinge Moments" Samford University conference April 2011

Dennis Bickers, Bivocational Leadership Conference

"Leaderlab"

Dr. Emmanuel McCall, Professor, McAfee School of Theology and Pastor of Fellowship Group Baptist Church, Georgia

"Meet George Liele"