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The PT Book Awards

Five outstanding reads that strengthen the soul and skill of the preacher

Feeding the Preacher's Soul

A Three-Way Tie for the Winner

Deep Preaching
by Kent Edwards
B&H


One of our judges, who chose Deep Preaching as his winner, wrote, "What tipped the scales for me was the challenge and 'fire to preach' that I felt as I read Edwards' chapter on 'Preaching Deep Sermons.' I was struck both by characteristics of a deep sermon and the characteristics of a deep preacher. I also found the chapter on 'Get the Big Idea' quite compelling, including the defense of expository preaching. What it boiled down to was my answer to the question: If I could put one of these books into the hands of the guys on my staff who preach and into the hands of the young preachers that I mentor, what book would I choose? The answer was clear: Kent Edwards' book!"

Dying to Preach
by Steven Smith
Kregel


Another judge wrote, "Dying to Preach gave me insight into the heart of gospel preaching in a way I don't remember reading before. Smith's exposition of various Pauline texts helped me to ...

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