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  • End Times for Evangelicals

    James Emery White
    End Times for Evangelicals A New York Times article places a finger on the pulse of evangelical Christianity regarding the real and growing divide between generations of evangelicals in terms of emphasis, spirit and method.
  • Understanding the Word: An Interview with Eugene Peterson

    Understanding the Word: An Interview with Eugene Peterson Michael Duduit recently sat down with Peterson to talk about how his work with the biblical text related to his years as a pastor and preacher.
  • Bible and Bible Reference Survey 2007

    Ray Van Neste
    Bible and Bible Reference Survey 2007 Each year brings a continuing flow of various study bibles and this one has been no different. Some such Bibles seem merely to be the result of marketing efforts, but others are truly helpful.
  • Preaching the Psalms as Stories

    Bill Fleming
    Preaching the Psalms as Stories I had an epiphany while listening to Johnny Cash that transformed the way I preached the Psalms.
  • An Alphabet of Grace

    An Alphabet of Grace A 26-word parade of hope: beginning with God, ending with life, and urging us to do the same. Brief enough to write on a napkin or memorize in a moment, yet solid enough to weather two thousand years of storms and questions.
  • An Interview with Max Lucado: Preaching John 3:16

    An Interview with Max Lucado: Preaching John 3:16 his newest book, 3:16, Lucado explores that great passage we know as John 3:16. He recently visited with Preaching editor Michael Duduit about the sermon series that led to the book, then discussed his own approach to preaching.
  • A Battle for Integrity

    Charles R. Swindoll
    A Battle for Integrity You want to shock the world? Start here--demonstrating the guts to do what's right when no one is looking.
  • Making Room for Atheism

    John Piper
    Making Room for Atheism An informed biblical worldview supports pluralism, democracy, and freedom. Christians should neither tolerate coercive secularization of the government, nor should they aim to establish a theocracy.
  • Competent to Rule: Qualifications of Church Leadership

    T.M. Moore
    Competent to Rule: Qualifications of Church Leadership Good government isn't a given. Not in the state, and not in the church.
  • Preaching and the House Church Movement

    Sara Horn
    Preaching and the House Church Movement House Church. For pastors, the mere term once conjured up images of angry men and women gathered around a kitchen table, condemning the mis­takes and failures of the traditional church they had left for one reason or another...
  • Preaching by Lectionary

    Kevin Goodrich
    Preaching by Lectionary The heart of preaching is found in the interplay between the preacher coming to God’s Word in Scripture and then bringing people to God’s Word...
  • Preaching Dangerously

    Preaching Dangerously An Interview with Mark Labberton, Sr. Pastor of First Presbyertian Church of Berkley, Califonia.
  • Your Pastor's Pain: Whose Fault Is It?

    Dr. Chuck Betters
    Your Pastor's Pain: Whose Fault Is It? Cruel, ungodly behavior toward your pastor is a mark of shame on the church of Jesus Christ.
  • Preaching the Big Idea: An Interview with Dave Ferguson

    Michael Duduit
    Preaching the Big Idea: An Interview with Dave Ferguson In his book The Big Idea (Zondervan), pastor Dave Ferguson talks about how his church has taken the homiletical concept of a single driving idea for the sermon and extended that across the entire teaching platform of the church. Preaching editor Michael Duduit recently visited with Dave.
  • Beware Tuneless Preaching

    Michael J. Quicke
    Beware Tuneless Preaching Part One of a Series on Preaching and Trinitarian Worship
  • Preaching in a Changing Culture: An Interview with N.T. Wright

    Preaching in a Changing Culture: An Interview with N.T. Wright N.T. Wright was one of the featured speakers at the recent International Congress on Preaching in Cambridge, where he was interviewed by Preaching editor Michael Duduit
  • The Year's Best Books for Preachers

    R. Albert Mohler, Jr.
    The Year's Best Books for Preachers The demise of the book has been predicted for years now – its doom supposedly inevitable after the advent of the digital age. Well, someone forgot to tell the reading public in general, and preachers in particular, that the book is supposedly dead. Among preachers, the book is very much al
  • When a Story Is the Best Response

    D. Bruce Seymour
    When a Story Is the Best Response Whenever we face a communication challenge, telling a story is a good option, and sometimes it is the very best option.
  • The Power of the Big Idea

    The Power of the Big Idea What did you learn in church today? How is it possible that so many people, young and old, can respond with nothing but silence to such a simple question after spending an entire Sunday morning in church? Is it too little teach­ing? Is it too little Scripture? Is it too little application of Scripture in the teaching? What's the problem?
  • What are the biblical qualifications for being a pastor of a church?

    John MacArthur
    What are the biblical qualifications for being a pastor of a church?