The Word Unleashed

The Word Unleashed is committed to the expositional preaching of God’s objective, inerrant, and all-sufficient Word.

We believe expository preaching is the biblical pattern of preaching which consists of reading the text, explaining the text, and applying the text of Scripture.

It’s our prayer that the transforming power of God’s Word will be unleashed in your life.

Tom Pennington

Tom Pennington has served as Pastor-Teacher at Countryside Bible Church in Southlake, Texas since 2003. Prior to arriving in Texas, Tom served in various roles at Grace Community Church in Sun Valley, California for 16 years. His ministry at Grace included being an elder, Senior Associate Pastor, and the personal assistant to John MacArthur. Tom was also an adjunct faculty member of The Master’s Seminary and Managing Director of Grace to You.

Tom is a graduate of Bob Jones University and holds an honorary Doctor of Divinity (D.D.) from The Master’s University.

In addition to his role at Countryside, Tom travels internationally to train pastors in expository preaching.

He currently serves as the Dean of the Dallas Distance Location of The Master’s Seminary where he also is an adjunct professor. He teaches various pastoral and preaching courses.

Tom’s pulpit ministry at Countryside provides the source material for the majority of the content on The Word Unleashed.

The primary task of the Church and of the Christian minister is the preaching of the Word of God.

–Martyn Lloyd-Jones

The Gospel

God is Creator (Gen. 1:1) and Owner of all things (Ps. 24:1).

All humanity has rebelled and sinned against God (Isa. 53:6; Rom. 3:10–18).

Yet, before the foundation of the world God determined (Eph. 1:4) to provide a way for sinners to reconciled (2 Cor. 5:21) to Him.

For this reason God sent forth His only begotten Son—Jesus Christ—into this world (John 3:16) to save sinners (1 Tim. 1:15).

If you repent from your sins and call upon the name of the Lord Jesus Christ you will be saved and given eternal life (Acts 2:38; Rom. 10:9–13).