Skills: February 2009

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A Review of N. T. Wright's "Surprised by Hope"

Good reading in preparation for Easter week

John Koessler is professor and chair of the Pastoral Studies Department at Moody Bible Institute in Chicago, Illinois.

Cross-cultural Preaching

All preachers are involved in cross-cultural preaching, so how do you do it?

Rick Richardson is associate professor of Evangelism at Wheaton College in Wheaton, Illinois, as well as an associate evangelist with Intervarsity Christian Fellowship. He is an ordained priest with the Anglican Mission in America, and author of Evangelism Outside the Box (IVP).

Preaching Parables

Bringing ancient parables to a contemporary audience

Craig Blomberg is professor of New Testament at Denver Seminary in Denver, Colorado, and author of Preaching the Parables (Baker Academic).

Top-10 Gospel

Good news for those who love top-10 lists

Craig Brian Larson is the pastor of Lake Shore Church in Chicago and author and editor of numerous books, including The Art and Craft of Biblical Preaching (Zondervan).

Illustrating from Pop Culture

Illustrating from Pop Culture

Becoming conversational with pop culture to declare the truth

Kevin A. Miller is the Executive Director of Ministry Advancement at Christianity Today and senior pastor at Church of the Savior in Wheaton, Illinois.

Humor That Connects

Finding and using humor from your own life experiences

Ken Davis, humorist and speaker, is president of Dynamic Communications and author of several books, including The Dynamic Communicators Workbook (Zondervan).

A Good Mystery

The postmodern attraction to mystery is a boon to Christians.

Richard P. Hansen is pastor of First Presbyterian Church in Visalia, California.

The Preaching Life

A look at the weekly grind for the preacher

Craig Barnes is pastor of Shadyside Presbyterian Church in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, professor of pastoral ministry at Pittsburgh Theological Seminary, and author of The Pastor as Minor Poet (Eerdmans).

Finding Satisfaction in Christ

Creating space for a relationship with Christ in the midst of a preaching ministry

Dallas Willard is a former professor in the School of Philosophy at the University of Southern California in Los Angeles, and author of numerous books, including Renovation of the Heart (NavPress).

The Island Syndrome: When the Only Sermons You Ingest Are Your Own

Much has been said recently about the dangers of sermon plagiarism, but the effect can be a misguided shunning of others' sermons. Growing preachers study the messages of other outstanding preachers.

John Koessler is professor and chair of the Pastoral Studies Department at Moody Bible Institute in Chicago, Illinois.

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