Preaching

Three Ways We Censor the Bible

By Dave Barnhart
In a post on my blog last fall, I talked about the “secret” history of Red Alabama, and how that history gets sanitized. How we sanitize history is the subject of the… read more

The Elephant in the Living Room

By Lewis Parks
Consider the following situation. A woman has spent most of her eighty years in the same small membership church. Her grandparents donated the property on which that church… read more

No Longer an Orphan

By Roberto L. Gómez
John 14:23-29 A few days after my mother died following a prolonged illness, I felt very lonely. My father had died eleven years earlier. I realized I was now an orphan, a person … read more

The Liberating Word of God

By Vance Ross
I view the power of preaching as the divine and contemporary word of God, releasing humans from any imprisoning or enslaving element. This view reflects a theology of preaching as … read more

Preaching to Ourselves

By Stan Purdum
As a preacher, the comment I most hate to receive after a sermon is “You gave us something to think about.” The way I hear it, none of the ways “You gave us… read more

Rehearsing Before You Preach

By Lewis Parks
John Wesley, the founder of the Methodist movement, told preachers who had trouble pronouncing certain words to listen to those who pronounced them correctly, then read those… read more
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