Russel D. Moore has an interesting article up on his website “Moore To The Point.” Somebody contacted Pastor Moore fearful of poor preaching. The individual believed that he was preaching mediocre sermons and was not improving. You can find that article here.
Preachers. I have a very important question for you. Does your ministry ever leave the church building? You know many times we church folks act as though we have done our duty when we sit in a congregation and listen to a
I was reading H.B.Charles’ article on black preachers and their caricature that may YouTube feeds into. I would encourage you to check out his website. I think that the plethora of “whooping” or conclusion parts of our sermons that are posted there
Rev. Heber Brown, III over at the religious political action Faith in Action blog recently interviewed Dr Marvin McMickle on his online radio show. I would encourage everyone to go on over and see what Dr.
I am a Preacher’s kid and have often been in church leadership myself. Let’s face it. Church work can be stressful for ministry leaders and their families. Someone is writing a book on this phenomenon and is calling it “Mad Church Disease.” I would encourage ministers to go on over there and take the survey to help the development of this book
That is the question that is being answered on the Unashamed Workman Blog. I would encourage all preachers to go on over and look at this 6 part series that looks at 6 Biblical images of the preacher. The first 3 have already been posted. The Hard Working Farmer, The Law Abiding Athlete, and the Good Soldier.