It’s been an exhausting week. You spent much of it at the hospital, praying for a dying Christian, giving comfort to a grieving family. You missed time with your own family to be a pastor to the parish. You sat with a beloved parishioner’s children as they argued over how they wanted the funeral and burial to go. It was [...]
In preaching, don’t underestimate the impact of a humble object lesson or lowly flip-chart.
Here are a few lines from some of the wisest writers and thinkers... Drink deep and believe! --David Roseberry from LeaderWorks Hast thou not heard, that my Lord Jesus di’d? Then let me tell thee a strange storie. The God of power, as he did ride In his majestic robes of glorie, Reserv’d to light; and so one day [...]
Sir Ken Robinson is a first-class speaker. I’ll never forget the first time I heard and watched his enthralling TED talk on the systemic flaws of education in our time. I listened to Robinson’s TED talk in the animated adaptation by the brilliant folk at RSA Animate. Robinson describes how the modes and methods of public education stifle the inborn [...]
I'm not the best preacher, but after 18 years of preaching, I've learned some from my own mistakes. To spare you, I've listed some of the biggest ones here: Not believing in Preaching Itself I would hope we all believe in the Gospel of Jesus Christ. Believe it, and always preach it. If not, you shouldn't be preaching at all. [...]