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What Makes Textual Preaching Unique?

And how do we use this sermon Style, with its great rhetorical potential, biblically?

Steve Mathewson is pastor of the Evangelical Free Church of Libertyville, Illinois, and teaches preaching for the doctoral programs at Denver Seminary and Western Seminary, and the Master of Divinity program at Trinity Evangelical Divinity School.

Getting the Most from the Sermon Series

How to take full advantage of the unique strengths of series preaching

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). He blogs on Knowing God and His Ways at craigbrianlarson.com.

First Person Narrative Sermons

First Person Narrative Sermons

Taking advantage of the power of drama and the pull of story

Torrey Robinson is pastor of First Baptist Church in Tarrytown, New York, and coauthor of It's All in How You Tell It (Baker, 2003).

How to Preach Boldly in a "Whatever" Culture

An Interview with Greg Laurie

Greg Laurie is founder and pastor of Harvest Christian Fellowship in Riverside, California, featured speaker on the national radio broadcast "A New Beginning." He is evangelist for Harvest Crusades and author of Why Believe (Tyndale).

Getting the Gold from the Text

Getting the Gold from the Text

How to capitalize on the inexhaustible riches of Scripture in your preaching without sounding like a Bible commentary.

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

Apply Within

Apply Within

A method for finding the practical response called for in a text

Dave Veerman is a partner of the Livingstoe Corporation in Carol Stream, Illinois, and primary contributor to the Life Application Study Bible (Tyndale, 1997).

The Heresy of Application

The Heresy of Application

It's when we're applying Scripture that error most likely creeps in.

Haddon Robinson was a preacher and teacher of preachers all over the world. His last teaching position was as the Harold John Ockenga Distinguished Professor of Preaching at Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary.

Imagination: The Preacher's Neglected Ally

Imagination: The Preacher's Neglected Ally

When listeners are starving for a meal, creativity is what ensures there will be more than a recipe

Warren Wiersbe is a writer and speaker. He is author of many books, including Preaching and Teaching with Imagination (Baker). He served as pastor of Moody Church in Chicago and was the distinguished professor of preaching at Grand Rapids Baptist Seminary in Michigan.

Determining Your Strengths and Weaknesses

This self-test can help you understand your gifting as a preacher

Duane Litfin is a writer and speaker. He served as president of Wheaton College in Wheaton, Illinois, and is author of Public Speaking (Baker).

In the Eye of the Hearer

In the Eye of the Hearer

Visuals that support rather than distract from the Word

Kenton C. Anderson is dean and associate professor of applied theology at ACTS Seminaries (Northwest) in Langley, British Columbia. He is author of several books, including Choosing to Preach (Zondervan).

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