Andrew Hebert

Dr. Andrew Hebert is an author and the lead pastor of Mobberly Baptist Church in Longview, TX. He has been in pastoral ministry since 2005, serving churches in Texas and New Mexico. He holds degrees from Criswell College and Southern Baptist Theological Seminary, and is married to his wife, Amy, and they have four children. You can follow Andrew on Twitter @andrewhebert86.

Nov 23

Episode 187: Andrew Hébert on Shepherding Like Jesus by Andrew Hebert and Jared C. Wilson

On this episode of the FTC Podcast, Jared Wilson talks with pastor and author Andrew Hébert about why more pastors don’t pastor like Jesus.

Jun 20

Why must preaching be expositional? by Andrew Hebert

Series: Conversations

We ask Dr. Andrew Hebert, "Why must preaching be expositional?"

Oct 8

Andrew Hebert on Listening to Sermons by Andrew Hebert

Series: Conversations

"Why is it so difficult to listen to a sermon?"

Aug 20

One Thing: Andrew Hebert by Andrew Hebert

Series: One Thing

What is the one thing the pastor should know about preaching?

Aug 5

Pastor, You Need the Gospel Too by Andrew Hebert

The gospel frees me from the pressure to be the hero of the church.

Jun 10

How To Make Jesus The Hero Of Every Sermon by Andrew Hebert

Practically speaking, what does it look like to preach a text and point people to Jesus while faithfully handling the authorial intent of the text itself?

May 4

Embracing Accusation by Andrew Hebert

The moment I think I have what it takes, or that I am eminently qualified, or that I deserve to be a pastor, is the moment when my pride will get in the way of Christ using me.

Apr 8

Expositional Preaching: Good Stuff vs. God Stuff by Andrew Hebert

Expositional preaching benefits the church because it elevates the Word of God and minimizes the opinions of the preacher.

Apr 8

What Makes Expositional Preaching Expositional? by Andrew Hebert

In the world of preaching, much preaching masquerades as “expositional” preaching that isn’t actually expositional. There is much preaching about the Bible, but is that the only benchmark for a sermon to be considered expositional?