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Jeffrey Arthurs

Know Brain, Know Gain

Jeffrey Arthurs
3 ways discoveries in neuroscience can improve your preaching.

Your brain is about the size of a head of cauliflower. It looks and feels like a three and a half pound lump of firm tofu.[1] It comprises about two percent ...

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Bryan Chapell, Haddon Robinson, and Joseph Stowell

Apply Within

Bryan Chapell, Haddon Robinson, and Joseph Stowell
A conversation about application with Bryan Chapell, Haddon Robinson, and Joseph Stowell

You've studied the text. Your notes have theology and principles. Now comes the really tough part. How exactly do you connect these profound truths ...

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Christmas Sermons—A Pulpit Gift

Holidays provide an easy way to connect with a wide range of listeners.

When missionaries arrive in a cross-cultural context, they look for cultural interests that may serve as points of contact for gospel proclamation. The ...

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Mark Buchanan

Play it Again

Mark Buchanan
How and why I abandoned creativity in my Advent preaching.

In Stephen King's novel 11.22.63, Jack Epping, living in 2011, finds a wormhole into 1958. He uses it, eventually, to try to prevent Lee Harvey Oswald's ...

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Steve Luxa

Preaching the Real during the Ideal of Christmas

Steve Luxa
We want to preach a Norman Rockwell Christmas, but we live in a "National Lampoon's Christmas Vacation."

Christmas is the most wonderful time of the year, or so Andy Williams' song goes. It's expected to be a time of celebrating with family around ...

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