Preaching & Teaching
How We Moved From Theological to Therapeutic Preaching—and Why It MattersFull Story
Short-cuts in exegesis result in a passage idea that does not carry the true content, nor the character, of the passage we claim to be preaching.
“Sometimes the sermon comes together like a beautifully crafted work of art. But other times I struggle to make progress in my study.”
None of us appreciate unsolicited, mean-spirited criticism, but we do need to hear people out.
This kind of preaching gives the idea that we can, in our own power, actually DO the good things we see the characters doing. But we can’t. We don’t.
A Canadian visitor attends an American church and wonders who, exactly, is the hope of the world.
Scott M. Gibson
“She said to me, ‘You expected a lot from us, and I never felt I could meet those expectations.’ These comments have haunted me.”
If you limit your preaching to what you like, care about or are passionate about, you will keep your church from hearing all that God wants to teach them.
Sherman Haywood Cox II
Sherman Cox has a straightforward message: You are at war. Remember that.
“In church work, the stakes are even higher than life and death.”
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