K. Edward Copeland
In this episode Jeremy goes through the mailbag, asking a wide variety of questions submitted by listeners to Dave and Ed.
Sermon listeners have objections to what preachers say, believer and unbeliever alike. Dave, Ed, and Jeremy answer the question: What should and can the preacher do in order to name and navigate these objections?
What is it the preacher is trying to do when he preaches? David Helm, Ed Copeland, and Jeremy Meeks discuss the vital task of making an argument in preaching. They tackle what it is and how they go about doing it in their own work.
Though the question of what it means to do your own work in the pulpit has been raised a lot recently, Dave Helm, Ed Copeland, and Jeremy Meeks had a conversation months ago about this perennially important topic.
God’s Word is for everyone. But how do we preach to people who are quite different from our ordinary audience?
What does it mean to preach in a way that demonstrates the Spirit and power (1 Cor. 2:4–5)? In this episode of Preachers Talk, Dave Helm, Ed Copeland, and Jeremy Meeks discuss the significance of the Spirit’s power in preaching.
Preachers need the Holy Spirit’s help as they prepare. In this episode of Preachers Talk, Jeremy Meeks chats with Ed Copeland and David Helm about “power for preparation.”
What’s ethos? That vital and indispensable attribute of credibility.
In this episode of Preachers Talk, Jeremy Meeks pulls from the mailbag and asks Ed Copeland and David Helm questions about preaching.
In this episode of Preachers Talk, Jeremy Meeks chats with David Helm and K. Edward Copeland about how to thoughtfully conclude a sermon.
Jeremy Meeks chats with David Helm and K. Edward Copeland about preaching and typology.
In this episode of Preachers Talk, David Helm sits in the interviewer’s chair and chats with Ed Copeland and Jeremy Meeks about how to approach guest preaching.
When God’s people gather for corporate worship to sit under God’s Word, it’s different than a Bible study or a Sunday School class. It is—or at least it should be—transcendent.