Tag Archives: Preaching

Is God a Stranger In the Land?

In most parts of our land, it is to be feared that God is a stranger, and like a wayfaring man who turns aside to tarry for a night. What are the reasons why God is such a stranger in this land? Continue reading

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O Be Careful Little Ears

So much of the sermon depends on the preacher, the time spent in study and prayer, the thoughtfulness in preparation, and the quality of presentation, but one factor that is out of the pastor’s hands is the quality of the listening. Continue reading

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Haiti Mission 2014 – Day 5 – Try a little Kindness

Ahh… peace and quiet at last. It’s day 5 in Haiti, and for the first time since we’ve arrived, we can hear the waves crashing in to shore. There’s no music blaring outside until three in the morning. Just the … Continue reading

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How Long Was That Sermon?

Preaching should explain and apply the meaning of the Bible. Whether it takes 15 minutes lasts an hour, the Word of God must be taught and applied for our salvation and for God’s glory. Continue reading

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Preaching Coram Deo

I preach before the face of God, offering back to God His own words, and praying, that it will resonate with my congregation. Continue reading

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