Posted On June 29, 2017

Welcome to the ninety-ninth episode of Equipping You in Grace. On today’s episode, Dave Jenkins interviews Ryan Huguley- 8 Hours or Less: Writing Faithful Sermons Faster (Moody, 2017)

What you’ll hear in this episode:

  • Ryan’s definition of a faithful sermon.
  • How Ryan divides his time in his week of sermon preparation.
  • Why determining a deadline for each milestone helps in weekly sermon preparation.
  • Some of the most common factors that increase the amount of time spent preparing each week.
  • Encouragement for the pastor who is burned out from sermon preparation.
  • How to prepare our heart and mind to preach the Word.
  • Preaching and spiritual warfare.

About the Guest:

RYAN HUGULEY planted Redemption Bible Church in Arlington Heights, IL in 2009 and served as lead pastor for seven years. In 2016 he accepted a call to become the senior pastor of Harvest Bible Chapel in Hickory, NC, a growing congregation of 1,000. Ryan has worked in church planting since 2001 and has a passion to help the next generation know Jesus and make Him known. He helps assess, coach, and train church planters and hosts a podcast called In the Room.

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