Around the Horn (May 2)

Preaching Goliath’s Sword "It was entertaining, gripping, mesmerizing, and attention grabbing. He had lots of conjecture, guesswork, and speculation. Those last three words, while accurate to this sermon, are not the marks of biblical preaching.

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Around the Horn (April 25)

The Art of Extemporaneous Preaching "How did he do it? Amid pastoring a growing church, preparing sermons for publication, mentoring pastoral students, caring for his family, and more, how did he find time to prepare

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Around the Horn (April 18)

Five Paradoxes of Preaching (Stott) This post offers a helpful summary of a chapter in John Stott's book The Living Church, which focus is on the preached word. “Quite …Able to Communicate” Fred Sanders shares

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Around the Horn (April 11)

Dear Pastor . . . Don’t Settle for the Status Quo in Your Preaching "While not every case of preacher apathy might present itself as starkly as these, preachers can give up on aspiring to

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