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Pastor Alex Montoya has been instrumental in God shaping how I preach and also with wisdom concerning pastoral ministry.  He’s to me the Hispanic Charles Spurgeon and I lament that he’s retired from teaching in seminary.

Last week he’s recently taught for a Seminary Winterim session on the passion of preaching.  In a one week intensive course he taught a future generation of those entering ministry on homiletic (how to preach).

I thought I share them with viewers to help preachers and those who are teachers.

Here are the videos:


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I needed to hear this.

This was for the Pastor’s Conference at Moody Bible Institute this year in the end of May.  Dr. Montoya does fire up pastors and preachers.

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Los Angeles Bible Training School (LABTS) is a school that according to its website “exists to bring glory and honor to God by coming alongside of local churches to train the people of God in the word of God to do the work of God.”  If you are in Southern California and are looking for great lay training in the Bible I highly recommend the school.

Every year they have a men’s conference.  Here is the audios for this year’s conference for men:


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Pastor Alex Montoya preaches about evangelism.

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Unlike the previous years, you don’t have to register to download it!

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I wanted to continue with yesterday’s discussion of this generation of males who refuse to be men that act with responsibility.

Don’t want people to think I’m legalistically against the Internet (it can be a great tool).  This is a case in point.

Before we were Christians, my sister’s favorite song was by the Band Everclear titled “Father of Mine”.  It was also one of my favorite secular music back in the day…

I never even knew they had a music video of it, and would have forgotten all about this song until now thanks to Youtube.

It’s a sad song about the lead singer being abandoned by his dad, and I think it’s a great telling cultural marker of males no longer being the men that God has called them to be (as fathers, husbands, etc).

Here’s the video:

It’s the song that millions of children born to the baby boomers could relate to in their own lives, with the disintergration of the family when fathers live as if life is all about them.

For those who are Christians, this should not be the pattern.  One’s identity in Christ as men should lead Christians to act like men who is responsible.

Pastor Alex Monotya, the Senior Pastor of First Fundamental Bible Church now located at Whitter, exhorts believing men to act as men in this short clip:

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