This article offers seven fundamentals to preaching faithfully, including the following: preach expositional sermons, preach the whole counsel of God, preach to yourself, and preach Christ.
Should a pastor use the second person pronoun in his preaching? This article lists three reasons in support of this.
This article offers seven valuable points for those who are beginning to preach.
This article explores when humour is appropriate and inappropriate, also when it comes to preaching.
Preaching is the event of God bringing to an audience a Bible-based, Christ-centred, life-impacting message of instruction through the words of a spokesperson. This article gives five factors that undermine the credibility of such preaching. It looks at what should constitute authority in preaching and what are the things that hinder such authority.
How the preacher views the congregation informs how he will preach. This article shows how preaching will be when the preacher thinks about the church as God's people. These lessons are drawn from Paul's letters.
This article calls for a balance in preaching, between heralding the whole counsel of God and including an evangelistic component.
Preaching is a privilege. In preaching you are called to present Jesus Christ, who is God and man at the same time. It is a privilege because the calling you received is glorious and you have a glorious message to deliver.