Scripture contains a richness that’s unimaginable, that’s far greater than what we’d come up with when we set the agenda.
I’ve seen the danger of falling into one of two ditches when it comes to preaching.
Margaret McFarland, professor of child psychology at the University of Pittsburgh and co-founder and director of the Arsenal Family and Children’s Center in Pittsburgh, served as a consultant for the television show
I suspect that most preachers like preaching the epistles most. Most sermons I’ve heard, and (I expect) most sermons I’ve preached, are based on one of the New Testament epistles. Generally
Preaching is a demanding task. We know what’s at stake when we preach. We know how important it is that we immerse ourselves in this task, and demonstrate progress in how we