As a new semester begins at Bible colleges and seminaries, many students look forward to taking their first preaching course.
In this episode, Hershael York talks through the different types of preaching and the importance of each type.
In this episode, Hershael York talks about how reading books broadens your mind and your heart.
In this episode, Hershael York talks about how pastors in various circumstances can best prepare for sermons while using the time they have efficiently.
In this episode, Hershael York talks about how to incorporate a gospel invitation into each sermon without manipulating a congregation.
The God of Edwards was not a tyrant or unfair. But he is holy. And thankfully, he is slow to anger.
In this episode, Hershael York explains how a pastor should approach second and third tier theological issues from the pulpit.
Puritans weren’t content merely to defend doctrine from the pulpit; they sought to apply truth in the pews by engaging the hearts of their hearers.
The common thread from the sixteenth to the eighteenth centuries was the faithful, clear, passionate preaching of God’s Word combined with holding fast to the doctrine of justification by faith alone.
Jonathan T. Pennington discusses his new book, Small Preaching: 25 Little Things You Can Do Now to Make You a Better Preacher.
Feelings and facts work together because our feelings, when properly ordered, perfectly align with truth.
God communicated to us through a book, through the written word, and, therefore, he expects us to read.
The Holy Spirit works through the preaching of the Word to accomplish far more than a pastor will ever know, even in opposition.
We’re beggars because the words of man will never fill our spiritual appetite. We need food from heaven. We need to hear from God.
As you grow in your appreciation for the beauty of the Scriptures, may your preaching reflect the glory of God, to the praise of his great name among his people.
If we’re honest, every Christian would rather have a faithful preacher who occasionally mumbles words and gets lost in his notes than a shallow, captivating one.
In nearly 30 years of preaching through the Old Testament regularly, I’ve enjoyed helping God’s people see that he teaches some of his greatest truths through biography.
If you want to be trained, mature, and ready for the good works God’s prepared for you to do each day, learn his Word well—even when it feels like he’s talking to someone else.