The Alternative: Why Don’t We Plant?By Jonathan Leeman | 9Marks Journal: Multi-site Churches | 02.26.2010
Christianity, by which I mean church membership, is a participatory sport, not a spectator sport.
Why Must We Preach Expositionally?By David King | 02.26.2010
In light of what Scripture says about preachers and preaching, who would want to argue that an expository approach to preaching is anything less than a necessity?
Expositional ImpostersBy Mike Gilbart-Smith | 02.26.2010
Many sermons intend to be expositional, yet fall somewhat short.
The Preacher and the Text: What is the Goal of the Message?By Aaron Menikoff | 02.26.2010
The glory of God is the goal of all of life, isn’t it? Is there a goal in preaching that is unique to preaching?
1st Mark of a Healthy Church MEMBER: Expositional LISTENINGBy Thabiti Anyabwile | 02.26.2010
What we are listening for when the Word is preached is not primarily “practical how-to advice.”
Plexiglas PreachingBy John MacArthur | 02.26.2010
Whenever anything is substituted for the preaching of the Word, God’s authority is usurped.
Let the Word of God Dwell in You RichlyBy Michael Lawrence | 02.26.2010
These two lessons have impressed themselves upon me already concerning the preparation of expositional sermon series on a schedule.
Inerrancy of the Bible: An Annotated BibliographyBy Mark Dever | 02.25.2010
Behind the centrality of expositional preaching is the assumption of the authority and truthfulness of God’s Word.
A Biblical Case for Expositional PreachingBy Mike Bullmore | 9Marks Journal: Preaching | 02.25.2010
Those who preach should preach their Bibles.
Preach to the Ignorant, the Doubtful, and SinnersBy Mark Dever | 9Marks Journal: Preaching | 02.25.2010
I want to approach the topic of application slightly differently: not only are there different kinds of hearers, there are also different kinds of application.
A Conversational Approach: Will it Preach?By Mike Gilbart-Smith | 9Marks Journal: Preaching | 02.25.2010
My greatest fear for the removal of authoritative preaching from the congregation is that the Scriptures themselves will cease to be treated as authoritative.
Preach to the Non-Christian, Christian, and Church MemberBy Aaron Menikoff | 9Marks Journal: Preaching | 02.25.2010
Yes, the preacher should be sensitive to the unchurched. But if we target the unchurched alone, the message may be lost or so diluted that God’s people become malnourished.
Preaching Up: Applying the Word of God to Midlife and BeyondBy Israel Haas | 9Marks Journal: Preaching | 02.25.2010
I’m 29 years old. Can I apply the Scriptures effectively to the lives of people twice my age who live in a world without YouTube and iPods and dreams as big as the Montana sky?
Life and Preaching with Kent HughesBy K. Hughes, M. Dever | 03.25.2008
Proud to be a Protestant? R. Kent Hughes, pastor emeritus at College Church in Wheaton, Illinois, discusses his 40 years of pastoral ministry with Mark Dever.
Expositional Preaching with Dick LucasBy D. Lucas, M. Dever | 05.22.2002
What is expositional preaching? How do I know whether I’m preaching expositionally? Dick Lucas, best known for advocating expositional preaching, answers questions about his own background and ministry.