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Preaching Books of the Year 2007

Crosswalk’s Preaching Books of the Year 2007.  Have you read any of them? Advertisements

Recommended Book Chapters for Preachers to Read

In February, about 100 Sovereign Grace pastors gathered in Gaithersburg for our Pastors College Preaching Conference. They heard from Jeff Purswell (dean of the Pastors College), Mike Bullmore (longtime homiletics professor at Trinity Evangelical Divinity School and now senior pastor of CrossWay Community Church in Bristol, Wisconsin) and myself [C.J. Mahaney]. As expected, the pastors … Continue reading

A Book You Should Have

Preacher, do you have this? You should.

Driscoll’s Sermon Prep and Reading Habits

These are some notes from the final session at the National Resurgence Conference 2008: Text and Context. Mark studies all the time, but doesn’t get around to official sermon prep until Thursday mornings. He enters the pulpit on Sundays (he preaches 5 times each Sunday) with his sermon only one-third to two-thirds prepared. He comes … Continue reading

Preaching to a Post-Everything World

Here’s a blurb from Tim Keller for the forthcoming book, Preaching to a Post-Everything World: Crafting Biblical Sermons that Connect with Our Culture, by Zack Eswine of Covenant Theological Seminary: “Zack Eswine moves the Christ-centered preaching movement forward with this volume. He not only calls us to carefully contextualize our message to various cultures, sensibilities, … Continue reading

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