Preaching (Page 10)
Most Bible believing Christians probably think they have got a good understanding of the gospel. They could probably give a reasonable answer to the question: ‘What is the gospel’? But, I wonder, how many of us truly appreciate the breathtaking depth of the good news and the diversity…
A very helpful article here for those beginning to investigate whether pastoral ministry is for them. Some very helpful tips, particularly in relationship to gaining hands on experience in local churches. We should take every opportunity we can to serve and to preach. We run a preaching feedback system here in Niddrie which I hope most of our preachers find helpful.
This blog is worth checking out.
Check out John Brand’s site. www.cuttingitstraight.co.uk Worth supporting.
An interview here with Mark Driscoll on how he prepares sermons. There’s a Q & A at the end as well which is quite insightful. Interestingly, he says he gets his application and illustrations ‘on the hoof’ or ‘as the Spirit leads’ (Christian speak). To be fair, he does say that it is not a practice he recommends for other preachers. My…
Great post here from Bob Fyall.
A great post here from Tim Keller, who has been doing a summary of Martyn Lloyd-Jones. Please take the time to read this, especially those ministers who think locking themselves in an office all week is the mainstay of pastoral ministry.
Great little post here from one of my fav bloggers.
Preaching is back in vogue again (at least in certain circles). I remember a college lecturer from 10 years ago telling me that the time of ‘expository preaching’ was at an end and ‘thematic narratives’ would usher in a new era of pulpit ministry within the church. Sounds a bit like a strap line for a sort of preaching ‘Lord of the…