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Step 1: Prepare Your Soul to Preach

Step 1: Prepare Your Soul to Preach

Keeping your soul fresh with God—week after week.

Lee Eclov is pastor of Village Church of Lincolnshire in Lake Forest, Illinois and author of Pastoral Graces: Reflections on the Care of Souls (Moody Publishers). Eclov also leads a gathering of pastors for mutual support and learning called Pastors' Gatherings. To find out more about these Gatherings visit his site www.leeeclov.com.

Step 2: Plan Your Preaching

Step 2: Plan Your Preaching

Practical ways to determine the texts, topics, and series your people need to hear next.

Bryan Wilkerson is pastor of Grace Chapel in Lexington, Massachusetts.

Step 3: How to Get the Big Idea

Step 3: How to Get the Big Idea

Finding the central idea of the text and staying focused on it.

Mark Mitchell is pastor of Central Peninsula Church in Foster City, California.

7 Things I've Learned About Preaching (Part 2)

The heart and soul of homiletics.

Mike Bullmore senior pastor of CrossWay Community Church in Bristol, Wisconsin.

7 Things I've Learned About Preaching (Part 1)

Searching for the heart of homiletics.

Mike Bullmore senior pastor of CrossWay Community Church in Bristol, Wisconsin.

Stop Starting With the Text

Stop Starting With the Text

A new approach to engaging your hearers.

Dr. Rod Casey is the senior associate pastor of Woodcrest Chapel in Columbia, MO. He is the Director of the Theological Education Initiative and an adjunct professor of preaching at Bethel (St. Paul) and A.W. Tozer Theological Seminary.

Church-based Preaching

How to preach to a specific community of people, not disconnected individuals.

Dr. Krish Kandiah is the President of London School of Theology (LST) in London, England and the author of Route 66: A Crash Course in Navigating Life with the Bible

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