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Finding Your Own Preaching Voice: An Interview with Pastor Lawrence E. Aker III

Stop trying to be someone else and let God use you in the pulpit.

How do you find your own voice as a preacher? Lawrence E. Aker III, senior pastor at the Cornerstone Baptist Church in Brooklyn, New York, followed in the footsteps of two larger-than-life preachers. His predecessors, Dr. Sandy F. Ray and Dr. Harry S. Wright (who pastored at Cornerstone for a combined ...

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Irving Salzman

January 07, 2013  10:01am

Good interview.

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