What ingredients are necessary to plant healthy, strong, biblical churches—and sustain them?
I hope the following eight “tips” will help preachers delight in the Scriptures as they prepare to preach—and persevere!—through its biggest books.
The Trinity is one of the most central and crucial Christian doctrines; it is also one of the least prooftext-able.
Still today it is through the Word, not the bare ordinances, that men and women are “born again, not of perishable seed but of imperishable, through the living and abiding word of God” (1 Pet. 1:23).
God has promised that through this apparently weak and frail means, using weak and frail creatures like us, he will accomplish much. He has said so. He has promised to do it. Believe what God has said.
If you’ve never done it before, I hope that the seven reasons I give here encourage you to preach through the book of Revelation.
Christians of every era must guard doctrine as they are guarded by God. That’s the message of Jude.
In this episode of Preachers Talk, Jeremy Meeks chats with David Helm and K. Edward Copeland about how to thoughtfully conclude a sermon.
Pastor, do you preach the whole counsel of God to your people?
The book of 3 John is only fifteen verses long; it contains a grand total of 296 words. Pastors, you should preach through it.
When it comes to preaching, pastors should heed the wisdom of our Baptist forefathers.
Finally! Joseph tells his brothers who he is.
The little books of the Bible like 2 John often get neglected, don’t they? But they shouldn’t.
Kim’s book is a short, accessible resource that can spark meaningful conversation among pastoral interns or a church staff.