4 Ways Paul Encourages Us to Love the Church (Even When It’s Hard)

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Posted On May 6, 2019

On today’s Equipping You in Grace show, Dave Jenkins and Lucas O’Neill discuss capturing listeners attention in a media-saturated culture, unveiling the tension in the biblical passage, loving people with the Word, along with his book, Preaching to Be Heard: Delivering Sermons That Command Attention (Lexham Press, 2019).

What you’ll hear in this episode

  • How Pastors and Bible teachers capture listeners attention in a media-saturated culture.
  • How to unveil the tension in the biblical passage not only creates interest but commands attention from listeners.
  • The importance of Pastors and Bible teachers not only providing excellent expository content but also having a suitable delivery plan.
  • Advice for Bible college and seminary students on preaching.
  • The importance of Pastors and Bible teachers growing in their skill in handling the Word of God.
  • Being conscious of what kind of feedback one is getting from preaching and how to learn and grow from it to improve in one’s craft.
  • The power of the Holy Spirit in preaching.
  • Loving people with the Word of God through preaching the Word of God.
  • Learning to have good introductions to sermons that help listeners understand what’s going to be covered.
  • The importance of continuing to be a student of the Word of God.

About the Guest

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