Classic Audio! | Lockridge,MacArthur, Begg & Duncan

From time to time on The Mike Corley Program Mike would have a “audio spring cleaning”, sharing some classic and meaningful audio clips that he shared many times, share them one more time before putting them in the archives. In this broadcast he shared that classic sermon “That’s My King” by the wonderful preacher Dr. SM Lockridge; a portion of an interview with Dr. Ligon Duncan on the greatest challenge facing the church today; John MacArthur on why the Apostle Paul was not ashamed of the Gospel; and Alistair Begg’s moving message “What Color is Your Robe?” Enjoy these stirring classic sound clips!

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Great Conversations with Sproul and Duncan…

Mike is out of the studio this week and shares with you these great interviews with two of his heroes, Dr. R.C. Sproul and Dr. J. Ligon Duncan. Both conversations are from The Mike Corley Program’s CD series “The Direction of the Church“, which also features interviews with John MacArthur, Albert Mohler, D. James Kennedy, Mark Dever and Voddie Baucham. Get you copy of this great series at our online store now!

Great Audio from the MCP Archives

Mike does an audio house cleaning today, sharing great classic audio from Paul Washer, Mark Driscoll, John MacArthur, John Piper, Alistair Begg and more. Plus great Sermon Jams production featuring John Piper on Checking Yourself, and Mark Driscoll on American Idols. Plus Mike reads a few emails from listeners.

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Challenges to the Gospel

“And He said to all, “If anyone would come after me, let him deny himself and take up his cross daily and follow me.” Luke 9:23

In this special repeat broadcast from April, 2006, Mike interviews Dr. J. Ligon Duncan, Senior Minister of First Presbyterian Church in Jackson, Mississippi. Mike and Dr. Duncan examine the challenges facing the Gospel and the church today such as “easy-believism”, liberalism, and the very definition of the Gospel. Then Dr. Duncan exhorts us to always seek what the Bible tells us about what the church should be and do, not what the culture demands, but what the Word of God requires.

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