The orality of preaching makes it a more powerful medium than writing.
I seriously doubt that I will ever see someone else complete the exposition of the New Testament in such a thorough way to one local church ever again. But I hope you’d consider making it your goal.
Faithful sermons exposit the text, and faithful exposition takes into account the text’s literary, historical, covenantal, and ultimately canonical context.
Dr. York sits down with Clint Pressley (senior pastor, Hickory Grove Baptist Church in Charlotte, NC) to discuss preaching and pastoring in North Carolina.
The Christ who died and lives forever and ever tells Christians to Fear Not.
In the spirit of trying to encourage the effective use of illustrations, here are eight places to look for them.
Minister that word and do not rely much at all on the “mechanics” of what you read from.
Brothers, make some intentional plans today to improve your sermon preparation.
It is amazing the progress we can make over our unnecessary speech fillers once we own them and begin to focus on working ourselves out of them.
Preaching is the overwhelming witness of Scripture as the means of communicating the words of God.
Broadus’ “soul was on fire with the truth which he trusted had saved him and he hoped would save others”
I stepped into car sales out of necessity, to put food on the table. Little did I know God would use this wilderness journey to teach me how to pastor.
A preacher of the gospel must have a pastor’s heart.
We serve a sovereign—and yes, a happy—God. Let’s be quick to laugh at ourselves.
One of the most dangerous times for a pastor are the hours following his Sunday sermon.
In the Season 2 finale of the Pastor Well Podcast, Dr. York sits down with Jimmy Scroggins (Senior Pastor at the Family Church in West Palm Beach, FL) to discuss the Three Circles and preaching to the President.
Dr. York sits down with Dan Darling (VP for Communications at the ERLC) to discuss Gospel characters, writing, & preaching.
Self-promotion is out of place for servants of Christ, who often turned down opportunities for self-promotion for the sake of his mission.