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Submission and Authority

My church hosted a small conference this past weekend, featuring Pastor Conrad Mbewe from Zambia. Pastor Mbewe is  the current pastor of Kabwata Reformed Baptist Church in Lusaka, Zambia, Africa. He is widely regarded as the African Spurgeon. KBC is presently overseeing the establishment of ten new Reformed churches in Zambia and Botswana. Conrad is the editor of Reformation Zambia magazine and writes three columns in two weekly national newspapers. His most recent contribution to a book is found in Dear Timothy—Letters on Pastoral Ministry, published by Founders Press. He is also the principal of the Reformed Baptist Preachers College in Zambia. He blogs at A Letter from Kabwata.

Here is the first of six messages delivered on the broad subject of Submission & Authority, from the book of 1 Peter. I will post the remaining messages every couple of days and pray the Lord opens your understanding of His sovereignty and provision.

About Stuart Brogden

Reformed Baptist, married to one woman since 1978, enjoy camping, motorcycle riding, solid books that assist in understanding the Word of God, fellowship with the Lord's saints, and some classical music. A wretch saved by grace, with nothing to give my Lord except my sin. Desire to make the gospel known and shepherd some of the Lord's sheep.

2 comments on “Submission and Authority

  1. Thank you for posting this Manfred, I look forward to hearing this, and the remaining messages. I have listened to Conrad’s messages before and have been blessed. I expect the same with these messages.

    Lyn

  2. When he gets to the last message, #6, which he preached on Sunday morning at our church, all who are redeemed will rejoice – and squirm with conviction. This a most appropriate message as I was working on my income tax Saturday evening.

    In these messages, Conrad outlines Submission & Authority (he explains why he puts them in this order) in political, economic, family, and church spheres – with the biblical principals unchanged throughout.

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