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A Definition of Biblical Preaching

John Stott was the former rector emeritus of All Souls Church in London, a prolific author and scholar, and a mentor to many Christian leaders around the globe.

The Hardest Death

Following a suicide, faith must be adjusted one minute at a time.

Ed Dobson served as pastor of Calvary Church in Grand Rapids, Michigan. He is author of numerous books, including The Year of Living Like Jesus (Zondervan).

Confronting a Materialistic Culture Part B

There are 3 consequences to materialism: 1- pride, 2- self-sufficiency and 3- preoccupation. The gospel is the only thing that can break through these barriers. Part 1 of this 2-part workshop is found by doing a title search using the same name as this message.

Robert Russell is a speaker, chairman of the board of the Londen Institute, and author of When God Builds a Church (Howard).

Confronting a Materialistic Culture Part A

Part 1: There are 3 consequences to materialism: 1- pride, 2- self-sufficiency and 3- preoccupation. The gospel is the only thing that can break through these barriers. Part 2 of this 2-part workshop is found by doing a title search using the same name as this message.

Robert Russell is a speaker, chairman of the board of the Londen Institute, and author of When God Builds a Church (Howard).

Preaching the Parables Part 2/2

A workshop by William Willimon. Many people think the parables make a point, when in reality they ARE the point. Listen as Willimon shares how to preach a narrative passage. This message is part 2 of 2.

William Willimon is bishop of the North Alabama Conference of the United Methodist Church. He also is editor of Pulpit Resource and the Concise Encyclopedia of Preaching (Westminster John Knox) and author of Undone by Easter (Abingdon).

The Logistics of Preaching

Jay Kesler is president emeritus of Taylor University and pastor of Upland Community Church, in Upland, Indiana.

Confessional Preaching

What it is and how to use it

The late John Claypool served as rector of St. Luke's Episcopal Church in Birmingham, Alabama, and professor of homiletics at the McAfee School of Theology at Mercer University in Atlanta.

A Word That Wakes The World

This insightful 1986 workshop discusses how the church can be awakened from its sleep and move into revival. He focuses on the source and the setting of proclamation and the tension that preaching the Word of God should have on the hearts of people as two key requirements for this awakening.

Os Guinness is an author, social critic, and senior fellow with the EastWest Institute in New York. He has written several books, including The Case for Civility (HarperOne).

Preaching the Parables Part 1/2

A workshop by William Willimon. Many people think the parables make a point, when in reality they ARE the point. Listen as Willimon shares how to preach a narrative passage. This message is part 1 of 2.

William Willimon is bishop of the North Alabama Conference of the United Methodist Church. He also is editor of Pulpit Resource and the Concise Encyclopedia of Preaching (Westminster John Knox) and author of Undone by Easter (Abingdon).

The Shock of Recognition

Helping people see themselves in Scripture

Fred B. Craddock is Bandy distinguished professor of preaching and New Testament emeritus at the Candler School of Theology at Emory University in Atlanta, Georgia, and author of Preaching (Abingdon Press).

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