Preaching Post Roundup (April 1, 2021)

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Here are some posts on preaching and exegesis that I noticed recently. (To receive Preaching Post Roundup as a weekly email, please subscribe.)

  • Pastor Matters, Episode 32: Pastors, Preaching, and Easter (with Scott Pace) from Ronjour Locke and Scott Pace (The Center for Preaching and Pastoral Leadership) – the importance of focusing on the resurrection on Easter and throughout the year
  • I Will Not Offer the Lord What Costs Me Nothing from H.B. Charles, Jr. (For the Church) – preachers should pay the costs of personal consecration, diligent preparation and believing prayer
  • Preaching at a Funeral from Bruce Ballast (Preaching Acts) – unique factors involved in preaching at funerals
  • A Clay-Treasure Ministry from Peter Mead (Biblical Preaching) – in times of discouragement, recall that “the treasure comes in a clay jar”
  • Experiential Preaching, Nerves and Leadership Lab – Joe Thorn from Joe Thorn and Mike Neglia (Expositors Collective) – dealing with feelings of insecurity in the pulpit; the value of experiential preaching; learning from others; giving feedback to younger preachers
  • Preachers Mailbag #1 | Preachers Talk from David Helm, Jeremy Meeks and K. Edward Copeland (9 Marks) – favorite biblical books to preach; the value of reading; sermon length; before and after preaching; avoiding plagiarism
  • Pastors Talk – Episode 165: On Overview Sermons from Jonathan Leeman and Mark Dever (9 Marks) – what is involved in preparing sermons that give an overview of an entire biblical book
  • Preach Obadiah from Clint Archer (The Cripplegate) – Obadiah makes for a powerful sermon series, piques curiosity, provides and opportunity to teach history, vindicates our faith in the Bible, reminds us that there is no salvation outside the covenant, provides an example of God’s means of comfort

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