Monthly Archives: October 2014

Pastor, You are a Well-Known Unknown

Tony Campolo tells the story of driving up to preach at a church and finding only three other cars in the parking lot. Tony’s seven-year old son, Bart, looked at the empty lot and said, “Dad, nobody’s come to hear … Continue reading

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Getting Better at Preaching

I recently read a fascinating article by Hershael York entitled “Four Reasons Why Some Preachers Get Better and Others Don’t.” Since York has been a preaching prof for sixteen years, he has some street cred on the topic. The four … Continue reading

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Big Mistake

As I’ve written in a previous post, I’m spending this year with Jeremiah by studying the book that bears his name. Ten months into it, I can tell you that focusing repeatedly on the same book of Scripture has proven a … Continue reading

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