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Preaching for Spiritual Formation

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The Blind Spot of the Spiritual Formation Movement

Listening to a sermon is a spiritual discipline that needs to be learned.

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.

Four Keys to Spiritual Formation (part 3)

Robertson McQuilkin is a writer and speaker, and president emeritus of Columbia International University, in Columbia, South Carolina. He is author of Understanding and Applying the Bible (Moody).

Four Keys to Spiritual Formation (part 2)

Robertson McQuilkin is a writer and speaker, and president emeritus of Columbia International University, in Columbia, South Carolina. He is author of Understanding and Applying the Bible (Moody).

Four Keys to Spiritual Formation (part 1)

Robertson McQuilkin is a writer and speaker, and president emeritus of Columbia International University, in Columbia, South Carolina. He is author of Understanding and Applying the Bible (Moody).

Fighting for your congregation's imagination (part 2)

Preaching for spiritual formation means casting a vision for a new way of life.

Skye Jethani is the executive editor of Leadership Journal, an ordained pastor, and the author of numerous books. He co-hosts the weekly Phil Vischer Podcast and speaks regularly at churches, conferences, and colleges. He makes his home with his wife and three children in Wheaton, Illinois.

Fighting for Your Congregation's Imagination (part 1)

Preaching for spiritual formation means casting a vision for a new way of life.

Skye Jethani is the executive editor of Leadership Journal, an ordained pastor, and the author of numerous books. He co-hosts the weekly Phil Vischer Podcast and speaks regularly at churches, conferences, and colleges. He makes his home with his wife and three children in Wheaton, Illinois.

Preaching to Found Souls

Learning to listen is the first step toward preaching for spiritual formation.

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.

Hurdling Barriers to Spiritual Formation (part 2)

Two pastors tell how emphasizing spiritual formation transformed their preaching.

Kent Carlson and Mike Lueken are senior pastors of Oak Hills Church in Folsom, California.

Hurdling Barriers to Spiritual Formation (part 1)

Two pastors tell how emphasizing spiritual formation transformed their preaching.

Kent Carlson and Mike Lueken are senior pastors of Oak Hills Church in Folsom, California.

Speaking from My Holy of Holies (part 2)

How all-too-human preachers can prepare their souls to preach.

John Ortberg is pastor of Menlo Park Presbyterian Church in Menlo Park, California.

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