For those who are haven’t heard, my pain condition is such that I can no longer reliably preach even three times a month. I am committing to finishing a sermon each month (I’m hoping to do more, but I’d better not commit to it). Right now, the plan is for us to do various short sermon series’ from other preachers, giving me a chance to create a couple of my own in the meantime.
As I’ve been looking for these series’, I find that in every case, I might have said things a bit differently, or structured the message another way. On the other hand, I think it’s probably good for us to hear how different preachers approach things.

I’m very excited today to introduce you all to Voddie Baucham, if you haven’t already heard of him. He’s an extremely intelligent man, and I like the way he thinks, and he’s far funnier than I could ever be. This sermon series is from quite a few years ago – maybe 15 or more years. However, the message is timeless.

The topic is marriage, which applies to a lot of people, as he says in the beginning. However, he preached it to a group of young singles. The result is a take on marriage that is entertaining and useful to both singles, and married couples. Let the Holy Spirit speak to you through this brother in Christ today!

To listen to the sermon, click the play button: [p]For some people, the player above may not work. If that happens to you, use the link below to either download, or open a player in a new page to listen.[/p] To download, right click on the link (or do whatever you do on a Mac) and save it to your computer: Download the sermon

If you prefer to watch on YouTube, you can find it here:


  1. Julie Goos

    Hey Tom, Thanks for the update on your health. It’s good to set reasonable parameters with the pain that you have to endure. So sorry about this. We will continue to pray for you.

    I usually have steered clear of Voddie Baucham because of his Calvinistic soteriology. But, I’ll definitely have a listen to what he says about marriage! 🙂

    I’ve finally gotten to the point with my medical coding that I can code and listen to podcasts at the same time. So this should be good.

    Blessings in Christ, Julie (and John)

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