From the Preaching Consultant Blog
I wrote an article for the Centre for Post-Christendom Studies Journal. Check it out.
Catmull’s book shares his insights into leading at Pixar and the lessons he has learned about building and managing creative teams. As I read, I came across some ideas that have clear merits for us as preachers. In this post, I’m going to pull out three quotes and talk about how they inspire me as a preacher.
Adding dialogue to your preaching is a great way of bringing new life to your sermons. Explore dialogical preaching with me.
Are you fulfilling some pulpit supply this week? Here are the things I learned guest preaching last year.
This series will explore creative alternatives to traditional preaching. This post sets up some definitions to help guide our discussion.
What is the role of the preacher? How do we define it? One of the ways to help us think about these questions is to explore the metaphors that we use to describe and understand the preacher.
To help you as you plan for the coming Christmas season here are a few sermon ideas for your upcoming Christmas sermon/sermon series.
The Feature Preacher Series tries to gather the collected wisdom of preachers one preacher at a time. Today’s preacher: Matt Dyck.
You are working hard but, despite this effort, you remain stuck.
You are looking for some kind of traction that will allow you to move forward but, like the car stuck in the mud spinning its tires, working harder is not always the solution.
Sometimes you need to step away from the grind and try a different approach to getting unstuck.
The Feature Preacher Series tries to gather the collected wisdom of preachers one preacher at a time. Today’s preacher: Alvin Lau.