Jeremy Meeks

Preachers’ Talk, Episode 6: On Preaching in a Troubled Age

By D. Helm, E. Copeland, J. Meeks | 05.29.2020

The nation is reeling, and Sunday is coming. So what should preachers do?

Preachers’ Talk — Episode 5: On Preaching in a Distracted Age

By D. Helm, J. Meeks, K. Edward Copeland | 05.21.2020

In this episode of Preachers’ Talk, Jeremy Meeks chats with David Helm and Ed Copeland about preaching in a distracted age.

Preachers’ Talk — Episode 4: Preaching in a Pandemic

By D. Helm, J. Meeks, K. Edward Copeland | 04.23.2020

In this episode of Preachers’ Talk, Jeremy Meeks chats with David Helm and Ed Copeland about preaching in a pandemic.

Preachers’ Talk — Episode 3: On “Inebriated Preaching”

By D. Helm, J. Meeks, K. Edward Copeland | 03.26.2020

What does it mean to be “drunk in the pulpit”? It means to lean on the Bible more for support than illumination.

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Preachers’ Talk – Episode 2: On Defining “Expositional Preaching” (with H. B. Charles)

By D. Helm, H. B. Charles, J. Meeks, K. Edward Copeland | 02.20.2020

In this episode of Preachers’ Talk, Jeremy Meeks chats with David Helm, Edward Copeland, and special guest H. B. Charles about expositional preaching.

Preachers’ Talk – Episode 1: On the State of Preaching Today (with Jonathan Leeman)

By D. Helm, J. Meeks, J. Leeman, K. Edward Copeland | 01.22.2020

In the inaugural episode of Preachers’ Talk, Jonathan Leeman chats with three friends from Simeon Trust—David Helm, Ed Copeland, and Jeremy Meeks—about expositional preaching.

Book Review: Unreconciled

Review by Jeremy Meeks | 07.18.2019

Jeon’s short book has some helpful insights on community and reconciliation based on principles found in Philemon. It may provide thought provoking material for those who desire to see reconciliation take place in their own relationships or in their church in general.

The Pastor and Difficult Bioethical Decision Making

By Jeremy Meeks | 12.10.2018

Here are eight maxims pastors ought to remember as they shepherd people through difficult bioethical decisions.