Karl Barth reflects on his approach to preaching after the Titanic sank:
During my time as a pastor… I often succumbed to the danger of attempting to get alongside the congregation in the
A great article by Ed Stetzer and Jason Hayes on preaching to the younger unchurched:
Directly connected to the younger unchurched’s aversion to simplistic preaching is their aversion to “tidy” preaching. The
I've really been enjoying Iain Murray's two-volume biography of Dr. Martyn Lloyd-Jones. In the second volume, Murray contrasts the preaching of the Doctor with some of the other preaching taking place in London.
I'm sitting in a room with with other preachers who get together every year to work through a biblical book. We bring in a commentator to help us exegete the text, and then
I used to subscribe to the tape ministry – remember the days before digital downloads? – of a large church. I remember getting the Easter Sunday message one particular year. The main idea of the