There are many more questions we could ask of our sermons, but these five get to the heart of biblical preaching.
5 steps to using Greek and Hebrew in your sermons (without boring your church)
Faithful doctrinal teaching always starts with the text, not a system.
Christmas is not just about baby Jesus. It’s about the warrior-king Jesus, coming to redeem his people.
Should I pause my expository preaching on holidays?
Preach Christ in all of Scripture, because only by seeing him will we become like him — the purpose for which we were created and redeemed.
The Reformation was built on men with a fire in their hearts and a Bible in their hands declaring the Word of God.
The only thing necessary is the preaching of the Word of God.
Being distracted is not the biggest risk of using technology in preaching. The greater danger is missing God himself.
Let us give praise to God for the Psalms and praise him with the Psalms.
It is the Spirit that takes the Word of God as the seed, sows it in hearts, and makes them live.
Father, as I preach, guide me in truth. Protect me from error. Show them he’s true. Let them taste of his beauty.
Instead of waiting for the removal of difficulties, we ought to consider them as purposely laid in our way, in order to try the sincerity of our religion.
“Don’t preach them into heaven. Don’t preach them into hell. Just preach the gospel for the people who are there.”
With the advance of secular pluralism, expository preaching must become the church’s strategy for survival.
A day-in-the-life of Southern preaching professor and pastor Hershael W. York.