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Delivering the Sermon

Theme: Delivering the Sermon

A good sermon delivery can cover over many homiletical sins. A poor delivery can sabotage even the best message. Here's some help in how to deliver the goods.

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How Does Unction Function?

How Does Unction Function?

Probing the mystery of "the anointing" in a sermon.

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.

Preaching in the Zone (part 2)

Finding that place of perfect connection

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).

Preaching in the Zone (part 1)

Finding that place of perfect connection

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).

No Notes, Lots of Notes, Brief Notes (pt. 2)

The pros and cons of extemporaneous and manuscript delivery

Jeffrey Arthurs, Ph.D., is the Professor of Preaching and Communication & Chair, Division of Practical Theology at Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary.

No Notes, Lots of Notes, Brief Notes (pt. 1)

The pros and cons of extemporaneous and manuscript delivery

Jeffrey Arthurs, Ph.D., is the Professor of Preaching and Communication & Chair, Division of Practical Theology at Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary.

Sermon Interruptions

What to do when emergencies and outbursts bring your message to a halt

Mike Woodruff is pastor of Christ Church Lake Forest in Lake Forest, Illinois, and president of The Christian International Scholarship Foundation.

Spiritual Noise

It's not just crying babies that keep people from truly hearing a sermon. It may be reasons spiritual and mysterious. What can we do about it?

Zachary Eswine is assistant professor of homiletics and director of the Doctor of Ministry program for Covenant Seminary in St. Louis, Missouri.

How to Be Heard

Mastering five overlooked fundamentals of clear communication

The late Fred Smith was a business executive in Dallas, Texas, a board member of Christianity Today International, and a contributing editor of Leadership Journal.

The Power of Low-Tech Visuals

Sometimes a marker and easel can outdo PowerPoint.

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

Weakened by PowerPoint, Strengthened by Connection

An interview with Don Sunukjian

Donald Sunukjian is Homiletics Chair and Professor of Christian Ministry and Leadership at Talbot School of Theology in La Mirada, California.

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