Welcome to the forty-ninth episode of Equipping You in Grace. On today’s episode, Dave Jenkins interviews Dr. David Steele, Bold Reformer: Celebrating the Gospel-Centered Convictions of Martin Luther (Lucid Books, 2016).

What you’ll hear in this episode:

  • Dr. David Steele’s life, ministry, marriage, and his current ministry projects.
  • Who is Martin Luther?
  • Why Luther’s ministry is so significance for today.
  • What a bold Reformer is.
  • How do bold Reformers focus on the promises of God.
  • How bold Reformers rejoice in the hope of the gospel.
  • How bold Reformers resolve to proclaim the gospel.
  • How bold Reformers stand firm in the gospel.

About the Author:

Dr. David Steele has been in pastoral ministry since 1991. He holds BS and MA degrees from Multnomah University and Multnomah Biblical Seminary and a D. Min from Bakke Graduate University. Following graduation from Multnomah University, he served eight years as Pastor to Students at Lacey Chapel. In 2000, he became the Pastor of Theology at First Baptist Church in La Grande, Oregon where he served for over eleven years. In 2012, he became the Senior Pastor at Christ Fellowship in Everson, Washington.

At Christ Fellowship he leads the staff, serves as the Pastor for preaching and vision casting, and oversees Veritas (adult theological education) and Iron Men (men’s leadership development).

His personal mission is to positively influence people, impact the world one person at a time and to glorify God by enjoying him forever. His passion in ministry is preaching, teaching, and leadership development. Specifically, his aim is to educate the mind, engage the affections, equip the whole person, and encourage God-centered living that treasures Christ above all things.

He and his wife, Gerrene were married in 1991 and they have two children.

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