The Plowman Podcast
The Plowman Podcast began in July of 2005 as Bulldogs and Piggies. The inception of B&P was born out of a desire to promote faithful expository preaching that centered around the gospel – the Person and Work of the Lord Jesus Christ. Looking around me, I found few examples of it in the preaching that I heard directly from Southern Baptist Pulpits, or from recorded messages on line. Seeing an abundance of bad preaching available on the internet, I was determined to make available at least one source of sound preaching: my pastor.
To listen to any single message listed here, simply click on the right side of the player rectangle in a podcast post, and the audio will begin. Podcast posts can be detected by the little red microphone just to the left of the little blue player rectangle. A complete list of audio sermons by Pastor Harris can be found at my church’s web site. To subscribe to The Plowman Podcast, simply click on the appropriate button at the top of the right side bar. If you are new to podcasting and all of this is greek to you, send me an email, and I will try to explain more fully how to get set up.
Pastor Rod Harris has been pastor of Trinity since July 1991. He is a graduate of Oklahoma Baptist University and Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary. Rod has served as an adjunct professor for OBU through its Ministry Training Institute teaching classes in Bible, preaching and theology. He has preached in conferences in Oklahoma, Kansas and Missouri as well as participating in mission trips to Argentina, Mexico City and the Yucatan Peninsula. Rod also has served as a law enforcement chaplain for the past 13 years with the Tulsa County Sheriff’s Office and the Tulsa Police Department. In that capacity he worked the Murrah Building Bombing in Oklahoma City and served for a week at “Ground Zero” in New York City. Rod has taught classes for the Basic Chaplain Academy and for the Regional Training of the International Conference of Police Chaplains. Rod and his wife, Rheadon, are happy to be serving in the church where they grew up allowing their children, Zac, Jessie and Ben to grow up in the same loving church family.