Sam Horn

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Dr. Sam Horn is the EVP for enrollment and ministerial advancement at Bob Jones University in Greenville, SC. Prior to BJU, Sam served at Central Baptist Theological Seminary, Northland International University, and various churches in Minnesota, Wisconsin, South Carolina, and Tennessee. Sam and his wife, Beth, have two children - one is married and one is in high school.

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Rhett Dodson: Aiming at the Heart

Darts in bull's-eye My friend Rhett Dodson, who happens to be a graduate of BJU, recently published this article on preaching. It was very helpful to me, and I want to share that blessing with you. It is a short but worthwhile read! Rhett has written several books where he puts…

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Dangers of Living in a Technological Age

Christmas for our family involved some wonderful time away from the normal routines of life where we could focus on spending time together that resulted in two important benefits – reconnection and refreshment. For me, reconnecting with my family involved disconnecting from technology, which proved to be harder than I anticipated. The difficulty we all…

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Don’t Forget To Be Amazed This Christmas

I just recently got back from preaching to pastors in Zambia, and it's been a short turn around for me. Right now we're finishing up final exams in a snowy/slushy Greenville, and I'm soon to be traveling to preach at a Bible college overseas! In the midst of this busy and wonderful season, here is a…

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The Incarnation of Christ

This semester I had the awesome privilege of listening to one of the most significant sermons I have ever heard. It was a message by Dr. Brent Cook on the topic of Christ's incarnation. I immediately wanted to sit down and record a conversation with Dr. Cook on this topic. Well, here is the video,…

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Dangers of Living in an Independent Culture

I want to address in this post some struggles that we face living in an independent culture. These thoughts have been formed within a larger context of six dangers that young adults are facing, which I’ve outlined here for you. Living in a transitional stage of life Difficulty establishing important spiritual habits Difficulty making meaningful…

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