Category Archives: homiletics

Updates, Links, and Deals for 5/29/2014

New post publishing schedule:  “Updates, Links, and Deals” posting on Thursdays; weekly articles publishing on Mondays (beginning June 9; this week’s article will publish on Sunday). One another’s I can’t find in the New Testament How do we respond to … Continue reading

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Updates, Links, and Deals for 5/25/2014

A good overview of how to study the Bible from the Navigators How does a pastor address unnecessary speech fillers in his sermon?  Um, this should, you know, uh, be helpful. Jesus believed every event of the Old Testament – … Continue reading

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Updates, Links, and Deals for 5/18/2014

Four ways to minister to older saints – in the process, they actually end up ministering to us. Common problems in modern preaching – It’s easy to have our pendulums swing to one extreme or the other. Stephen highlights a helpful … Continue reading

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Should Preachers Recycle Their Sermons?

Recycling is good, right?  I mean, if we can reuse a container, or repurpose materials for another use, that’s conserving resources and avoiding waste.  By the same token, when you have labored to prepare a lesson or a sermon, it … Continue reading

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Updates, Links, and Deals for 5/11/2014

Interview with Pastor Kevin DeYoung about taking God at His Word (Hoping to post a full review of this book in the next few weeks) Interview with Dr. Alex Chediak on preparing your teens for college Top Ten Christian Books (Plus … Continue reading

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Updates, Links, and Deals for 5/4/2014

How to Make Sure Your Marriage Ends in Divorce – The title of this series should get our attention; the content in the series can change our lives and marriages for the better (to avoid drifting apart!).  I highly commend … Continue reading

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Theological Triage and Pulpit Supply Ministry

The following article is an excerpt from my book, Pulpit Supply Handbook: Answering Twelve Frequently Asked Questions. I was recently reminded of an article Dr. Al Mohler posted almost 9 years ago, entitled “A Call for Theological Triage and Christian Maturity” (click … Continue reading

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Updates, Links, and Deals for 4/27/2014

Please make time to listen to this message from Kevin DeYoung: “Never Spoke a Man Like This Before: Inerrancy, Evangelism, and Christ’s Unbreakable Bible”  For professing Christians who claim that the Bible isn’t historically accurate…. well, JESUS disagrees with them. Faith-strengthening, … Continue reading

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Updates, Links, and Deals for 4/20/2014

Placing the Cross in History – Can we know the exact date of Christ’s death, based on the information we have in Scripture? Five Errors to Drop from Your Easter Sermon Why It Matters Theologically and Historically that Women Were … Continue reading

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DEAL ALERT: Crossway Grab Bag Deal Through April 20

Crossway has good deals on several books now through April 20 (Kindle editions). Preaching the Cross is a good collection of written versions of the messages delivered at the 2006 (inaugural) Together for the Gospel conference.  Included are two very helpful … Continue reading

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