Category Archives: preaching

THE ROAD TO CALVARY PASSES THROUGH FLOSSENBÜRG

My friend, Dr. Robert J. Dean, has just published a wonderful collection of sermons. He invited me to contribute a blog post interacting with one of them. You can read my post here: http://thinkingafter.com/the-road-to-calvary-passes-through-flossenburg/

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Tim Keller on prepping sermons

Below I’ve posted a link to a short (2 min) video of Tim Keller talking about his process for sermon prep (including number of hours per task). My own process is very similar to his (though mine includes a lectio … Continue reading

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More thoughts on preaching . . .

I’ve been thinking a lot about preaching lately, not so much about the ‘hows’ of techniques and trendiness, but the more fundamental question of why do it at all? What are its theological ‘foundations’? Is it still effective (and what … Continue reading

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David Fitch on missional preaching

A nice short encapsulation of missional preaching: “Preachers are interpretive leaders guiding the people via the Scriptures into seeing what God is doing and calling us into in terms of the life in Christ and His Mission.” – David Fitch … Continue reading

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