Brody Holloway looks at the high biblical responsibility of stewardship in 1 Peter 5. Pastors and preachers are commanded to be overseers of fellow sheep, not domineering; Jesus Christ is the master shepherd of all the sheep.
Brody Holloway opens the 2014 Iron on Iron Conference by looking at Ezra & Nehemiah. Ezra had set his heart to study the law of the LORD and to do it; that is the responsibility of every pastor: read, respond, proclaim it.
Brody Holloway closes out SWO14 by looking at Jesus proclamation of the fulfillment of the Gospel has come in the book of Mark. The disciples came and saw the glory of the Gospel in Jesus, and he commanded them to go and tell of what they experienced. For the child of God, we have been given the exact same task: come and see, go and tell.
Brody Holloway looks at the story of Ruth to begin an all day focus on biblical sexuality during SWO14. Both Boaz and Ruth act as biblical examples of how to honor the LORD as men and women. But ultimately, Boaz’ pursuit of Ruth points to way Jesus pursues and rescues us out of sin.
Brody Holloway looks at the healing of the leper in Mark 1. Just as Jesus was the only one with the authority to cleanse this leper, he also is the only one with the authority to cleanse us from our sin and wipe away our shame.
Brody Holloway teaches about the power of Christ in salvation in Mark 5. Nobody could help this man until Jesus came on the scene, and not only did Jesus free him from his chains, he freed him from sin. That is the power of the Gospel: to free lost people from the bondages of sin and redefine us as saved people who identify with Jesus.
Brody Holloway kicks off SWO14 by looking at the story of the rich young ruler in Mark 10. We do not bring anything to God in order to save ourselves; no one can be saved apart from God graciously saving them.
During Friday nights of SWO13, Brody Holloway teaches from Acts 1:1-11.”Be my witnesses” is the promise to the believer. We have the truth of the Gospel. Nothing would be more wicked than to keep the truth to ourselves and not proclaim the Gospel.
At a SWO13 Winter Retreat, Brody preaches out of Romans 1 on an appropriate response to the truth of the Gospel. Believers will fear God with the understanding that, “A proper fear of the Lord will drive you into the safety that your relationship with the Lord provides.” Instead of suppressing the truth, we should respond to God’s revelation of Himself by honoring and glorifying Him, especially through giving thanks.