When a preacher speaks, God is the one who is speaking. Therefore the preacher has the dual privilege of preaching and listening.
It's eye-opening to consider all the small ways a pastor is involved in the life of the church. How can we find balance?
Rae Jean Proeschold-Bell and Jason Byassee: Responding to the Clergy Health Crisis
Preaching Jesus Christ is primarily a theological practice, so preachers must first sit under the Word in order to preach it.
Annette Brownlee: Six Questions for Moving from Scripture to Sermon
Kenton C. Anderson: A Comprehensive Model for Transformational Proclamation
In reducing the gospel to a set of beliefs to be conveyed, we've lost sight of the beauty of the message. We must reclaim it.
Bryan Stone: The Ethics of Christian Witness
In our culture ruled by secularism, we must necessarily rethink the way we engage as effective followers of Christ.
Mike Cosper: Learning from Esther How to Live in a World Gone Mad