What preachers could learn from Steve Jobs of Apple

I know we are not in business, but I do feel we could learn a lot from the approach of a man like Jobs to communicating an important message. Here are some quotes from a great article from The Guardian"...when Steve steps out on that stage, with its stark black-on-black colour scheme, and does his apparently simple demos, he brings the combined energy and talent of all those people and many more back in Cupertino, California, and channels it to the audience. It makes me think of a magnifying … [Read more...]

To Whom Should We Then Preach?

Blogotional: issues a challenge which sadly I do not have time to address this week- so maybe one of my readers can do so for us: "I'd like to issue a challenge to those in the 'preaching can do both in the same context category.' It's twofold. Please provide an exegesis of Hebrews 6:1-2 as quoted in my original post linked above and apply that to preaching within the context of regular Sunday worship. Also, what model would you have a church follow in terms of organization and structure to … [Read more...]

Expository preaching

9Marks does a fantastic job of defending preaching, the website begins Why don't we just quit preaching? Considering the widespread popularity of engaging anecdotes and vivid vignettes, wouldn't it be more effective to simply tell a few captivating stories on Sunday Morning? And why think specifically about expositional preaching - that brand so often associated with excruciating boredom and half-empty pews? In our fast paced society of sports tickers and sound bite infotainment, can we really … [Read more...]

Preaching

We must study how to convince and get within men Reformed Pastor See the category page for more posts on preaching or visit the sermons page to view or download sermons. … [Read more...]


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