By Albert Mohler on Nov 20, 2018
"The anemia of evangelical worship—all the music and energy aside—is directly attributable to the absence of genuine expository preaching."
By Brandon Kelley on Jan 31, 2020
Part Two of a great debate between topical and expository preaching.
By Brian Croft on May 19, 2017
There are all kinds of different sermons a preacher can preach, but the most helpful for a pastor to feed his people with week after week is expository sermons.
By Sermoncentral on Jan 17, 2019
It's not just academic; it's essential for life-giving sermons.
By Sermoncentral on Nov 19, 2014
The preacher's job is to minimize his own opinions and deliver the truth of God.
By Sermoncentral on May 27, 2013
"The preacher's job is to minimize his own opinion and explain what the Bible says."
By Dr. Iain Murray on Mar 15, 2018
Dr. Iain Murray discusses why a number of circles today consider “expository preaching” in vogue, but warns against exclusively preaching that way for a number of reasons.
By Albert Mohler on Jan 15, 2018
The anemia of evangelical worship—all the music and energy aside—is directly attributable to the absence of genuine expository preaching. Such preaching would confront the congregation with nothing less than the living and active Word of God.
By Eric Mckiddie on Sep 9, 2019
The celebration and joy of preaching God’s word will return to you when you remember the blessings that God has in store.
By Joe Hoagland on Jun 10, 2019
Preaching purists debate the merits--and dangers--of either topical or expository preaching. Both have weak spots.
By Tim Challies on Jul 21, 2017
According to a new study by Gallup, the hottest thing at church today is not the worship and not the pastor. So what is it?