Category Archives: preaching

Praise & Prayer Update October 20, 2017

Last week I asked you to join with us in praying for Linda’s course (Women Who Impact the World) and the accreditation visit from the ATS team (Association of Theological Schools).  We are rejoicing in God’s goodness and answers to prayer. … Continue reading

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Prayer Update, October 13, 2017

One of the distinctives of Heritage Seminary is our emphasis on training up biblical preachers to serve local churches.  We are convinced that healthy churches need pastors who feed people well from God’s Word. As part of this commitment to … Continue reading

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Bilingual Preaching

To be truly effective, preachers have to become bilingual—fluent in two languages. I say that even though I only speak English. What are the two essential languages a preacher must speak? Not English and French (even in Canada). Not Greek … Continue reading

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Prayer Update May 12, 2017

Graduation marked the end of our school year at Heritage, but the school’s ministry continues to move forward. Spring and summer term classes have already started. Our faculty and staff have gathered to assess the previous year and plan for the … Continue reading

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The Preacher and Soul Care (Part 3)

  In the two previous posts, I made the case that looking after the health of our souls is not a luxury, but a necessity, for all who preach and teach God’s Word.  This is true whether we preach to … Continue reading

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Living with A Living Hope

Hope.   Hope is something everyone needs.  But sometimes hope is hard to hold on to. We want to remain hopeful but face situations that seem hopeless.  We get our hopes up and have our hopes dashed.  So we hope for the best … Continue reading

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The Scandalous, Wonderful Cross

It’s not a big surprise that the cross is the most enduring symbol of the Christian faith. But it should be. We’ve grown so accustomed to seeing crosses that we often forget the fact that the cross was originally scandalous … Continue reading

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