Skills: Honing the Craft: 10 Takes from Behind the Pulpit
Theme: Honing the Craft: 10 Takes from Behind the Pulpit
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Fatigue happens. Here's four ways preachers can deal with it.
Steve Hall is the Associate Pastor for Intown Presbyterian Church in Portland, Oregon.
Why all the Bible's diverse genres need to be in your pulpit. An interview with Bryan Carter
Bryan Carter is the Senior Pastor at Concord Missionary Baptist Church of Dallas, Texas and the Vice President of E.K. Bailey Ministries.
As a preacher I have to remind myself that brevity can be as effective as it is beautiful.
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.
I am growing as a preacher because I am learning to trust that God transforms people through every aspect of the worship service, including the sermon.
Matt Brown is the senior pastor of Resurrection Brooklyn and the lead pastor of the Park Slope congregation.
In the midst of the countdown to Sunday, I'm learning to bathe my sermons with these five specific prayers.
Steve Norman is the senior pastor of Kensington Church in Troy, Michigan.
As a preacher and a professor of homiletics I'm slowly learning what it takes to keep preaching over time
Dr. Lenny Luchetti is the Associate Professor of Proclamation and Christian Ministries at Wesley Seminary of Indiana Wesleyan University in Marion, Indiana and the author of Preaching Essentials: A Practical Guide.
I'm learning that my growth as a preacher doesn't happen automatically. I can only grow as a preacher when I take the initiative to maintain certain practices and habits.
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.
I'm learning to not begin with myself. To not begin where I am. To not begin with what I need to say. I'm learning to begin where the church is and where God is.
A. J. Swoboda is the pastor of Theophilus in Portland, Oregon, a professor at George Fox Evangelical Seminary, and the author of Messy: God Likes It That Way.
I'm learning that preaching excellence can't be separated from geography—namely, all the faces in my local church.
Chris Nye is a pastor, professor, and writer living in the Silicon Valley with his wife, Ali. Connect on Twitter: @chrisnye
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