By Mark Driscoll on Apr 27, 2012
Narrative preaching is in and propositional preaching is out, they say. "Be a good storyteller."
By Peter Mead on Jul 17, 2018
Frequently, God felt that having the truth clothed in the genre of story was the best option.
By Ray Hollenbach on Jul 15, 2014
Those of us who feed God's flock must become God's storytellers. Here's the journey we must take.
By Frederick Gaiser on Aug 7, 2018
To preach Jesus is to preach healing. Jesus heals because in him is the kingdom of God.
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 Peter Mead on Apr 20, 2017
When we preach, we present a perspective. When we preach, we provoke a perspective.
By Charles Kiser on Mar 30, 2012
"I’ve dealt with increasing dissonance about preaching for at least four reasons."
By John Nunes on Jul 30, 2012
John Nunes recommends "reading" your sermon manuscript the way a great pianist "reads" music.
By David Lose on Oct 25, 2012
Your sense of why you preach shapes each and every sermon you deliver. Do you know why you preach?
By Peter Mead on Apr 5, 2016
Defining legalism carefully is vitally important. It is important for each follower of Christ. It is a serious business to discount a restriction as legalism when it actually is displeasing to the One who loved us and gave Himself for us.
By Kenton Anderson on Mar 17, 2018
Preaching appears arrogant to people overwhelmed by the limitations of their perspective. Perspective becomes an asset as the preacher bears witness to God in the flesh.
By Joe Hoagland on May 14, 2016
When it comes to the art of preaching improvisation can play a big role, just like in music. Here at Rookie Preacher we advocate for a tight, well put together structure. But, that doesn’t mean you need to have every word memorized.
By H.b. Charles, Jr. on May 19, 2016
Brief. Gospel-centered. Be sensitive to family. There are other important factors to consider when preaching funerals. But these three pieces of advice are a good place to start.
By Jonathon Woodyard on Aug 10, 2016
So here it is in a single sentence: After you have gone to the Bible and it has yielded sweet and glorious truths, you must take time to think over how to tell others what God has shown you, and how it applies to their lives.
By H.b. Charles, Jr. on Dec 21, 2016
We assume our congregations know the biblical story and doctrinal meaning of Christmas. So we avoid major texts and look for something new or novel to say about the old, old story.