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  • Listeners Dare : Hearing From God In The Sermon


    Discipleship and witness are not self-sustainable. Preaching equips God’s people for the work of serving and building up the body of Christ (Eph. 4:11).

    The story of Moses and the talking bush is a story of anybody who dares to listen, and in listening, hears, and after hearing steps forth (albeit kicking and screaming in Moses’s case), serving God on the basis of what has been heard. Daring divine speaking and intrepid human listening are at the heart of the faith of Israel and the church.

    “Reveal yourself!” we cry to God down through the ages. God spoke Jesus, The Word tenting among us (John 1:1). And what’s Jesus’s main occupation? Jesus came preaching (Mark 1:14).

    The gospel is news that passes from the lips of one who has heard to the ears of one who has not yet heard, then (God willing) burrows in the soul, energizing the hands in daring response to a word received. Preaching is instigated by an astounding claim: Good news; God has spoken to us. The Christian life is what you get when ordinary folk respond: I have heard.

    The book is for anyone who listens to sermons–which includes preachers, since there’s no way to preach without gaining skills as a listener. Listening is a human skill, but as God’s word is proclaimed the hearer experiences a vocal mix of preacher, listener, and God.

    Listeners Dare shares a love of preaching and also lets listeners into some of the secrets of why preaching is inherently connected to the Christian faith as one way God has chosen to relate to us and to disclose God’s will for each of us. Settings for use include college, course of study, and seminary preaching classes, a pastor’s Bible study, an inquirer’s class led by a pastor, and inquisitive individuals who yearn to get something out of the sermon.

    Preachers profit from the book by becoming more astute listeners to preaching, and listeners would be able to increase their ability to “get something out of” sermons or examine their distractions that block this vital means of grace through worship together. Bits and pieces of biblical sermon events as well as contemporary sermons are used for illustrative purposes.

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  • Abingdon Preaching Annual 2023


    The Abingdon Preaching Annual 2023 is lectionary-based and follows the calendar year (January – December). It includes special days like Maundy Thursday and Ash Wednesday, and indexes for scriptures and themes, to assist preachers with non-lectionary sermons.Each entry begins with a preacher-to-preacher prayer for preparation, then moves to the key feature: a commentary on one or more texts for the week, exploring themes and storylines, theological reflections, and thoughts about how the text and topic relate to our lives today.Also included are ideas for bringing the text to life–stories, illustrations, ideas for further reading, questions the preacher might pose to the congregation, and suggestions for a “call to action’ in response to the message. Finally, for the preacher’s ongoing enrichment, the Annual includes excerpts from new books on preaching and homiletics. This helpful resource is written by every-week preachers whose aim is to come alongside you, offering a reliable starting point for your sermonic planning, writing, and delivery.

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  • Preaching Life Changing Sermons


    A how-to guide for preparing and delivering Spiritfilled, biblical messages that make an impact

    Being called to preach is a tremendous commission. In Preaching Life-Changing Sermons, Jesse L. Nelson shares a simple process for effective expository sermon preparation and delivery, flavored with insights from his life in ministry and academic work. Those with teaching and preaching responsibilities with little to no seminary training will learn practical steps they can use today in their ministry.

    Nelson outlines the six foundations of life-changing preaching and shows how each looks in the everyday life of a pastor:
    *Seek the Spirit
    *Select the Scripture
    *Study the Scripture
    *Structure the Sermon
    *Speak in the Spirit
    *Share the Savior

    Handling God’s Word rightly through prayer, sermon preparation, and sermon delivery sets the stage for people to absorb the message. When the Spirit moves as Scripture speaks, souls are changed–and the call to preach becomes an exciting, transformative adventure.

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  • Called To Preach


    In every generation, the church stands in dire need of God-called people to preach the Word with precision and power. Preachers who will not replace sound theology with culturally palatable soundbites. Preachers who will clearly and faithfully share the gospel and inspire those in their churches to live godly lives.

    Through in-depth biblical analysis and inspiring examples from church history, Steven J. Lawson paints a picture of God’s glory magnified through faithful preaching, reclaiming the high ground of biblical preaching for the next generation. With helpful advice and practical guidance gleaned from 50 years in ministry, Lawson helps aspiring preachers know if they are called to preach; understand the qualifications for ministry; and develop, improve, and deliver strong expository sermons that illuminate the Word of God in a dark world.

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  • Polished King : Living Words Of Martin Luther King Jr.


    Joseph Evans analyzes how the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.’s preaching brought the “living word” and various rhetorical techniques together in ways that helped people understand, and be given hope by, his messages. The author observes that James Baldwin-himself a gifted writer and provocative thinker-considered King to be an “ideal preacher.” This book weaves Baldwin’s poetic and fiery words, passion for justice, and admiration of King’s oration into a detailed, thought-provoking examination of the rhythm of determination and transformative power in King’s speaking, writing, and faith.

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  • God Of The Dangerous Sermon


    Every sermon has a theology, and a god of that theology behind it. Preaching is more effective, and has more integrity when preachers understand the god behind their theology. Specifically, whether the god is a universal God, like the one expressed by Christ and the Christian faith, or a tribal god, which is sometimes dressed up to resemble Christianity but is something else entirely.

    Frank A. Thomas culminates his exploration of the Dangerous Sermon with this book, which leads readers through the process of identifying and understanding the gods behind theology, and their connection to preaching. The reader is equipped to discern the metaphors, symbols, and rhetorical indicators which point to the god a preacher is serving and calling others to serve.

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  • Moving The Masses


    Moving the Masses explores prophetic preaching through the three pillars of meaning, method, and movement, and it offers critical connections between the self-work, process, and practice that can result in powerful preaching that moves people to transform society. Williams illustrates the preaching methods with vivid examples and explanations that bring life to the listener, reader, and doer of God’s Word.

    Both self-reflective and educational, this book will help practitioners, seminarians, and all readers experience personal and professional growth as they sharpen their prophetic lenses and hone their prophetic voice.

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  • Teaching James : From Text To Message


    The letter of James is a much loved epistle in the New Testament. People warm to its seemingly practical nature as it instructs us in the nuts and bolts of the Christian life. However, it is not an easy letter to preach and teach. People struggle to see how the letter fits together and are confused about its overall theme and purpose. This is where Teaching James will prove to be of great assistance. Mervyn Eloff will guide you through the intricate detail of the letter whilst never losing sight of the overall theme and purpose of this dynamic Bible book. A book that is as potent and challenging today as it was when the dispersed Christians read it in the First Century.

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  • Zondervan 2022 Pastors Annual


    Countless preachers have turned to the Zondervan Pastor’s Annual to save them time in sermon and service preparation. This tried-and-true resource makes your demanding job as a pastor a lot easier. Use its contents as is, or tailor it to fit your unique approach.

    The Zondervan 2022 Pastor’s Annual supplies you with:
    *Morning and evening services for every Sunday of the year
    *Sermon topics and texts fully indexed
    *Definitive and usable sermon outlines
    *Devotionals and Bible studies for midweek services
    *Fresh and applicable illustrations
    *Appropriate hymn selections
    *Special-day services for church and civil calendars
    *Meditations on Lord’s Supper observance
    *Wedding ceremonies and themes
    *Funeral messages and Scriptures
    *Basic pastoral ministry helps
    *Messages for children and young people
    *Offertory prayers

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  • Supremacy Of God In Preaching


    Revised and Expanded Edition of John Piper’s Popular Book on Preaching

    Preach the word. The apostle Paul’s command to Timothy (2 Timothy 4:2) is also an exhortation for preachers today. Preaching-more than mere public speaking-is worship, and true worship happens when God’s people see and savor him through his word.

    In this revised and expanded edition of The Supremacy of God in Preaching, long-time author and teacher John Piper argues that the goal of preaching is to unify these two aspects of worship-seeing and savoring God. People are starving for preaching that is centered on the glory of God, grounded in the cross, and empowered by the Holy Spirit. With the preaching ministry of Jonathan Edwards as an example, Piper seeks to stir up a new generation of pastors and leaders to boldly proclaim the supremacy of God in all things.

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  • Art Of Preaching Old Testament Narrative


    A veteran pastor with thirty years of experience offers a ten-step process to preaching Old Testament narratives from text selection to delivery. The first edition received a Christianity Today award of merit and a Preaching magazine Book of the Year award. This edition, now updated and revised throughout for a new generation, includes a new chapter on how to preach Christ from the Old Testament and an exemplary sample sermon from Mathewson. Foreword by Haddon W. Robinson.

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  • Draw The Circle Prayer Deck


    Inspired by Mark Batterson’s bestselling books The Circle Maker and Draw the Circle, these prayer prompts offer the perfect way to connect with God no matter where you are!

    Do you sense that there’s far more to prayer than what you’re experiencing? Do you want to draw closer to God in prayer, but can’t seem to find the quiet time you need? Do you have an impossibly big dream that God is calling you to pray about?

    Whether you are trying to build a consistent prayer habit or just looking for fresh inspiration and encouragement, these prompts will stir you to pray like never before.

    Each card features powerful insights from The Circle Maker and Draw the Circle, guiding you as you bring your boldest prayers and deepest dreams to the God who can do all things.

    Whether you’re at home or on the go, this inspiring 60-card deck will help you to experience more passionate, persistent, intimate communication with God.

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  • Your Old Testament Sermon Needs To Get Saved


    Every good sermon proclaims the gospel–even those from the Old Testament.

    From the miracles of the Gospels to the teachings of the Epistles, the New Testament is saturated with the saving work of Jesus Christ. But where is He in the poetry, prophets, and history of the Old Testament?

    Your Old Testament Sermon Needs to Get Saved is a practical handbook for preaching Christ from the Old Testament. The book provides a comprehensive but simple hermeneutic for discerning how Jesus is present on every page of the Hebrew Scriptures. You’ll learn why and how to preach Christ from the Old Testament while experiencing the beauty of discovering and teaching how the saving work of Christ permeates the first two-thirds of the Bible.

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  • Preaching To People In Pain


    Offering an important corrective to a pain-averse culture that celebrates individualism and success, experienced preacher and teacher Matthew Kim encourages pastors to preach on the painful issues their congregations face. Through vulnerability and self-disclosure, pastors can help their congregants share their suffering in community for the purpose of healing and transformation. The book includes stories, shares relevant Scripture texts imparting biblical wisdom, and offers best practices for preaching on specific topics. Each chapter ends with discussion questions and a sample sermon.

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  • Big Idea Companion For Preaching And Teaching


    This accessible resource helps preachers and teachers determine the big idea of each book of the Bible, allowing them to check their interpretation of particular biblical books and passages.

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  • Preach The Gospel


    Jesus made gospel preaching a priority for Himself, the apostles, and the church. And if we are going to carry out the task of gospel preaching today, we must consider why the Lord committed this sacred duty to His followers. In this booklet, Martin Rizley winsomely describes the nature, necessity, and manner of gospel preaching so that we will better recognize it as the high priority Christ established it to be. Most ministers, missionaries, and laymen know and affirm these truths when they hear them, but how often do we forget them in the midst of the battle when so many other worthy needs are set before us?

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  • Feed My Sheep


    Jesus told Peter, “Feed my sheep” (John 21:17). Such is the mission for all Christ’s shepherds. But when preaching is neglected, those who have been called to feed the sheep do little more than pet them.

    In the Old Testament, God decried the fact that His people were perishing for lack of knowledge about Him. The same seems to be occurring today. There is “sharing,” “suggesting,” plenty of storytelling, and lots of preaching to “felt needs” in modern pulpits. But the authoritative, expositional opening of the Word of God is becoming scarcer all the time.

    In this book, eleven pastors and scholars issue a fervent plea for preachers to “preach the Word.” Here is encouragement for pastors to persevere in their calling and wisdom to guide congregations in holding their shepherds to the biblical standards.

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  • Intentional Preaching : A View From The Pew


    Intentional Preaching, written by Meirwyn Walters, is the handy guide that every preacher needs. In preparing and delivering their sermons, preachers make dozens of decisions, some intentionally, many perhaps less so. Why not make thoughtful decisions for everything that goes into preaching a good sermon? From first words to hand gestures, choosing a text, masterful use of exegesis, captivating illustrations, titles, approaches to reading Scripture, use of voice, PowerPoint, applications that stick, and scores of other aspects of sermon preparation and delivery, this book explores the panoply of elements in good preaching. Targeted at preachers, the book consists of 117 “squiblets” ranging from a sentence to three or four pages, each on a particular aspect of preaching. Some are quite short, offering practical wisdom, some provide specific advice and tools, and some contain vignettes from the field. In this delightful and sage book, there is something for every preacher to improve his or her preaching.

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  • Say It : Celebrating Expository Preaching In The African American Tradition


    Expository preaching and African American style are partners, not enemies.

    Sadly, seminaries often function under the assumption that the African American preaching tradition is incompatible with expository preaching. They tend to believe that preachers who truly care about the text preach as white preachers traditionally have. This viewpoint is not only incorrect, but harmful. African Americans have a strong legacy of poignant, timely, impassioned preaching that is faithful to the text and reveals truth, justice, and power. In Say It! celebrated African American preachers teach young pastors how to do expository preaching in the African American style.

    Each chapter walks you through a sermon from a different African American pastor. That pastor will walk you through you his notes, his final manuscript, and explain how it all came together.

    This is an important and powerful resource for pastors and seminaries across the country, celebrating an often overlooked expression of faithful, biblical preaching.

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  • From And Before God


    Imagine this scene. You are standing in the pulpit of your church preaching on a Sunday morning. Without your knowledge, the Lord Jesus himself is sitting in the last row, listening attentively to what you’re saying. How would this reality impact your preaching?

    The truth is that this is no mere illustration: the Lord is present in His churches every Sunday, listening to the preaching of His Word.

    The apostle Paul wrote in 2 Corinthians 2:17 that ministers are to preach “as from God and before God.” Those who preach God’s Word are commissioned by God to preach, and they do their preaching before God, for an audience of one.

    This, according to Sugel Michelen, is the biblical foundation for expository preaching–preaching that draws out what is in the Word of God. In this work, Michelen, regarded as one of the best preachers in the Spanish-speaking church, makes a biblical case for expository preaching and models for readers how to prepare and preach as from and before God.

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  • Christ Has Set Us Free


    The New Testament book of Galatians deals with important truths that stand at the center of the Christian faith and are key to understanding what it means to be a Christian. They include justification by faith alone, the exclusivity of the gospel, and the relationship between good works and God’s grace. In this volume, 9 seasoned Bible teachers, including John Piper, Tim Keller, Thomas Schreiner, Gerald Bray, Sinclair Ferguson, and Don Carson, walk through the entire book of Galatians, pointing out key doctrinal truths and offering insights on how to preach and teach the book. This book will help pastors, teachers, and students of the Bible to better interpret and apply this book in order to better understand the heart of the gospel itself.

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  • Power Of Preaching


    The No-Nonsense Preaching Manual Every Pastor Needs

    The first book in the Kingdom Pastor’s Library from Tony Evans, The Power of Preaching will help you be faithful to the Word of God and preach with power and conviction. From the practice of preparation to learning to choose subjects wisely, this book offers brings you a preaching education from one of the most trusted and effective voices in ministry. It also includes important lessons on:
    *Bible study methods & expository preaching
    *The development and use of illustrations
    *The cadence of delivery

    Learn the essentials of preaching a powerful message from the gifted, veteran pastor, Tony Evans.

    The Kingdom Pastor’s Library is a series of books that brings you a concise, complete pastoral philosophy and training from Tony Evans.

    Faithful. Powerful. Practical. Become a Kingdom Pastor today.

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  • Thatll Preach : 5 Simple Steps To Your Best Sermon Ever


    Experienced preacher, teacher and author, Charley Reeb, gives readers a 5-step plan for writing and delivering a sermon that can transform lives for Christ. He covers preparation, sermon structure, storytelling, and how to ‘preach with presence’. He examines lectionary and topical preaching models, and shows the reader how to determine which model to use; he further instructs the reader to use the 5-step plan for each model. Finally, That’ll Preach! offers sermon outlines and full sermons, as examples to illustrate the book’s teaching. The entire book stems from the author’s view that sermons must be engaging in order to be effective. This laser focus results in a book that is powerful and immediately useful, concise and purposeful. It is a book for every preacher.

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  • Preaching : Communicating Faith In An Age Of Skepticism


    Pastor, preacher, and New York Times bestselling author of The Prodigal Prophet Timothy Keller shares his wisdom on communicating the Christian faith from the pulpit as well as from the coffee shop.
    Most Christians–including pastors–struggle to talk about their faith in a way that applies the power of the Christian gospel to change people’s lives. Timothy Keller is known for his insightful, down-to-earth sermons and talks that help people understand themselves, encounter Jesus, and apply the Bible to their lives. In this accessible guide for pastors and laypeople alike, Keller helps readers learn to present the Christian message of grace in a more engaging, passionate, and compassionate way.

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  • James 1 And 2 Peter And Jude


    Focused Biblical Scholarship to Teach the Text
    To craft informed sermons, pastors scour commentaries that often deal more with minutia than the main point. Or they turn to devotional commentaries, which may contain exegetical weaknesses. The Teach the Text Commentary Series bridges this gap by utilizing the best of biblical scholarship and providing the information a pastor needs to communicate the text effectively. The carefully selected preaching units and focused commentary allow pastors to quickly grasp the big idea and key themes of each passage of Scripture. Each unit of the commentary includes the big idea and key themes of the passage and sections dedicated to understanding, teaching, and illustrating the text.The newest New Testament release in this innovative commentary series is Jim Samra’s treatment of James, 1 & 2 Peter, and Jude.

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  • Be My Witness


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    Be My Witness
    Be My Witness
    The Great Commission for Preachers
    By Rev. Dr. Marvin A. McMickle
    Format: Paperback
    Book Code: J242
    Pages: 192
    Size: 5″ x 8″
    ISBN: 9780817017729
    PubDate: 2016
    Publisher: JUDSON PRESS

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    Best-selling author, veteran pastor and professor, and now president of Colgate Rochester Crozer Divinity School, Rev. Dr. Marvin McMickle returns to his passion for preaching in this new book, which explores the Great Commission as recorded in Acts 1:6-8, “Be my witnesses in Jerusalem, and in Judea, and in Samaria, and to the ends of the earth.”

    Be My Witness offers a unique approach to the preaching task and suggests a way for preachers today to declare the gospel with relevance to the many issues and challenges society faces. McMickle explores the implications of what it means to be a witness for Jesus and considers a three-fold understanding of the word witness:

    Seeing something
    Saying something
    Suffering something

    Suggesting this passage be heard by preachers as a combination ordination charge, pastoral installation message, and seminary commencement address, McMickle develops a twenty-first century theology of preaching that encompasses both content and context for delivering the gospel message. Specifically, he explores the preacher’s need to wait for the Spirit’s power, to be Christ’s witness in the world, and to widen the scope of ministry-to the ends of the earth.

    Key features:

    Provides an exegetical examination of Jesus’ words in Acts 1:6-8
    Promotes sermon content that is faithful and attentive to justice, and the people and problems within a minister’s particular local church and community

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  • Shepherd As Preacher


    Scripture holds a simple declaration that sets forth every pastor’s highest priority: “Preach the Word.”

    When you consider all that God desires to accomplish through preaching, it becomes apparent why it’s such a big deal. It’s God’s main means of feeding, comforting, correcting, and protecting His people–as well as pointing unbelievers to Christ.

    Such an enormous responsibility deserves a pastor’s best. In The Shepherd as Preacher, you’ll find the best encouragement and guidance available on how you can preach God’s Word God’s way.

    With John MacArthur and other outstanding Bible teachers, you’ll survey the essentials every minister needs to know, including…
    *the focus and purpose of biblical preaching
    *the character of a faithful preacher
    *the keys to effective preaching
    *how to preach in the Spirit’s power

    Yours is a high and holy privilege–one with incredible potential to change lives. This book will equip you to fulfill that calling with excellence.

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  • Preach For A Year


    From an accomplished pastor and writer, this eighth book in the best-selling Preach for a Year series provides the busy pastor with two practical and easy-to-use outlines for every Sunday of the year. All outlines are structured in three sections (introduction, body, and conclusion) and include numerous suggestions for application and cross-references. A complete Scripture index rounds out this comprehensive resource.

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  • Gospel Centered Preaching


    17 Principles Of Gospel-centered Preaching
    1: The Goals Of Preaching
    2: The Means Of Preaching
    3: The Content Of Preaching
    4: The Priorities Of Preaching
    5: The Process Of Preaching

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    This accessible manual on preaching unpacks the core of how a preacher must think and what they must do. And it focuses our eyes on the central message – the gospel.

    Use this resource to train yourself and others as a new preacher, to develop your thinking and skills as a growing preacher, and to encourage and sustain yourself as a seasoned preacher.

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  • Biblical Preaching : The Development And Delivery Of Expository Messages


    This bestselling text by Haddon Robinson, considered by many to be the “teacher of preachers,” has sold over 300,000 copies and is a contemporary classic in the field. It offers students, pastors, and Bible teachers expert guidance in the development and delivery of expository sermons. This new edition has been updated throughout and includes helpful exercises.

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  • Messages That Move


    26 Chapters

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    A practical guide to the art of preparing and delivering Bible talks. Seasoned preacher Tim Hawkins urges us to give ‘Messages That Move’ which take people on a journey to a worthwhile destination. Learn how to plan and prepare a talk and lead to genuine transformation through the gospel.

    ‘Messages that Move’ gives you tools to deliver memorable, engaging Bible talks that lead to gospel transformation. It will give you practical help to prevent sermons being “boring” and a wealth of tips and tools for better preparation, illustration, story telling and delivery

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  • Nelsons Annual Preachers Sourcebook Volume 2


    Preach great sermons and plan innovative worship services with the newest edition of Nelson’s Annual Preacher’s Sourcebook. This volume is the same sermon planner you have come to depend on for more than ten years. Outstanding pastors provide an entire year’s worth of preaching and worship resources for every week. Look for a new volume every fall.

    Features include:
    Sermons, creative outlines, illustrations, and quotes for every week of the year
    Worship helps, including hymns, prayers, and Scripture texts
    Inspirational thoughts and preaching techniques
    Sermons for special occasions and holidays

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  • Inspirational Preaching


    Here is an opportunity for pastors and seminary students to learn from the best. In this second book of the Preacher’s Toolbox series, more of today’s most popular Christian leaders offer sage advice on Inspirational Preaching that will motivate and encourage readers to deliver more effective and inspirational sermons. Teachers like John Piper, Brian Wilkerson, Gordon MacDonald and John Ortberg offer guidance and instruction from both personal and Biblical perspectives. Together with Book 1 of the Preacher’s Toolbox series on Prophetic Preaching, pastors and Christian leaders will have a well-spring of knowledge on the art of preaching today.

    Table of Contents
    * The Supremacy of God in Preaching, by John Piper
    * The Biggest Idea in Preaching, by Haddon Robinson
    * Authentic Inspiration, by John Ortberg
    * Helping People Think Higher, by Bryan Wilkerson
    * Preaching the Wow Factor, by Lee Eclov
    * Inspired and Inspiring, by Jeffrey Arthurs
    * Fighting for Your Congregation’s Imagination, by Skye Jethani
    * Preaching with VIM, Not Just Vigor, by Bryan Wilkerson
    * Your Text Has Feelings, by Kenneth Quicke
    * Allowing Emotion to Buttress Truth, by Gary Fenton
    * Tune My Heart to Sing Thy Grace: Why We Preach from Psalms, by Lee Eclov
    * 5 Veins of Deep Preaching, by Scott Chapman
    * Preaching with Intensity, by Kevin A. Miller
    * Soul Deep Preaching, by Gordon MacDonald
    * Preacher as Advocate, by John Koessler
    * Preaching with Childlike Wonder, by Matt Woodley
    * Last Sunday You Preached Your Final Boring Sermon, by Michael Quicke
    * A Good Mystery, by Richard Hansen
    * Red Pill Preaching, by Mark Batterson
    * Leading and Preaching, by Paul Borden

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  • Nelsons Annual Preachers Sourcebook 1


    Preach great sermons and plan innovative worship services with the newest edition of Nelson’s Annual Preacher’s Sourcebook. Nelson’s Annual Preacher’s Sourcebook, Volume 1 is the same sermon planner you have come to depend on for over ten years with a new topical focus. Outstanding pastors provide an entire year’s worth of preaching and worship resources for every Sunday. With an emphasis on the family, sermon series on the names of God, and special sermons for holidays, preachers can a plan a full year of services! Look for a new volume every fall.

    Features include:
    *Sermons, creative outlines, illustrations, and quotes for every Sunday of the year
    *Worship helps, including hymns, prayers, and Scripture texts
    *Inspirational thoughts and preaching techniques
    *Sermons for special occasions and holidays

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  • Preach For A Year 2


    Two outlines for every Sunday of the year. A comprehensive and complete resource to help pastors preach the Word for an entire year. Complete with Scripture index.

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  • Preach For A Year


    Two outlines for every Sunday of the year. A comprehensive and complete resource to help pastors preach the Word for an entire year. Complete with Scripture index.

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  • Preach For A Year 7


    From an accomplished pastor and writer, this seventh book in the best-selling Preach for a Year series provides the busy pastor with two practical and easy-to-use outlines for every Sunday of the year. All outlines are structured in three sections (introduction, body, and conclusion) and include numerous suggestions for application and cross-references. A complete Scripture index rounds out this comprehensive resource.

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  • Preach For A Year 6


    The sixth book in the best-selling “Preach for a Year” series provides pastors, who are always busy, with 104 sermon outlines, enough for two sermons every Sunday of the year. These practical and easy-to-use outlines are each structured in three steps.
    (1) Introduction-provides attention-getting thoughts for sermon starters.
    (2) Body-gives alliterated sermon points with biblical exposition.
    (3) Conclusion-suggests practical questions and thoughts for application.

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  • Preach For A Year 1


    Here is a valuable resource that provides the busy pastor or teacher with 104 sermon outlines, enough for two sermons every Sunday of the year! These practical and easy-to-use outlines are each structured in three steps: The first section is the introduction, which provides attention-getting thoughts for sermon starters. The body follows, with several alliterated points of biblical exposition. Finally, the conclusion suggests practical questions and devotional thoughts for application.

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  • Preaching With Purpose And Passion


    The authority to preach comes by divine appointment from God and is one of the most fulfilling aspects of a leader’s ministry and life. This book will empower and encourage all leaders to reach for a higher level of love and achievement in preaching.

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  • Communicating For A Change


    Speakers and preachers—follow this instructive parable to keep your message alive and your audience alert! By knowing your destination before you leave (identifying the major premise you want to communicate), using your turn signals (transition ahead!), and employing five other practical points, you’ll be on the road to success—and drive your message home!

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  • Empowering Your Preaching


    Revitalize your preaching ministry with “Empowering Your Preaching”. This one-day course is an intense spiritual, mental, and practical encounter. Find your spirit empowered as you work though each chapter and receive a fresh new hunger to preach the Word.

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  • Preparing Expository Sermons


    Provides a seven-step sermon shaping process for pastors in the form of a do-it-yourself handbook on expository preaching.

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  • Certain Sound Of The Trumpet


    Samuel Proctor has responded to the ongoing demand for a “how-to,” step-by-step approach to powerful sermon development. Proctor’s years of proclaiming the Word of God, pastoring, and effective classroom instruction to pastors, teachers, and seminarians make this a must-read for even the seasoned pastor. Sermon development will no longer be a weekly chore.

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