Foundations of Exegesis
How to Prepare Expository Sermons
3 tips to help craft your sermon each week.
Human Authors, Words of the Spirit, and Preaching Christ
Our hermeneutics and homiletics need to be focused on Christ.
David E. Prince
Chart: Preaching Through the Old Testament
A visual guide to the structure and historical outline of the Old Testament.
Chart: Preaching Through the New Testament
A visual guide to the structure and historical outline of the New Testament.
A Preacher's Temptation: Forgetting or Neglecting Basic Hermeneutical Practices
10 questions that should be in your mind when your Bible is open before your eyes.
Douglas Sean O'Donnell
Preach in Light of the Eschaton
Does your preaching take into account the big picture of the Bible, the grand story of our hope in Christ?
Robert Smith, Jr.
Studying the Old Testament and Finding Jesus
We must learn from the error of the disciples of Moses.
Albert Mohler Jr.
Preaching on Toxic Texts
You need to take your hearers to the 'no-go' areas in the Bible.
Tell the Whole Truth
The benefit of preaching through the redemptive historical narrative.
4 Diagnostic Questions for Every Sermon
Providing the baseline for your sermon.
Preaching 360: Use all the Bible's Genres
Why all the Bible's diverse genres need to be in your pulpit. An interview with Bryan Carter
Preaching the 'Profitless' Passages
Why I preach the whole Bible, especially the hard parts.
Five Hammer Strokes for Creating Expository Sermon Outlines
Here are the fundamentals to move from a biblical text to a message structure that speaks to today's listeners.
The Gospel for the Gospel-Saturated
Preaching the good news in all its dimensions.
Getting the Gold from the Text
How to capitalize on the inexhaustible riches of Scripture in your preaching without sounding like a Bible commentary.
Handling the Old Testament Faithfully
What the New Testament use of the Old teaches preachers today
Speak to the Rock
Five signs a sermon doesn't take the text seriously.
Preaching the Wow Factor
Find the inspiration in any text.
The Invisible Interpreter
We need to let the text question our 'framework.'
Preaching the Melodic Line
How the grand themes enrich a sermon.
How the Text Can Style the Sermon
An Interview with Haddon Robinson
What Biblical Preaching Is and Isn't
To answer the question we must turn to theology.
The Truth About Expository Preaching
It's easy to claim but hard to do.
How to find and preach the big idea.
How Much Content Is Enough?
Give as much biblical information as people need to understand the passage, and no more.