Tim Patrick– The Whole Counsel of God: Why and How to Preach the Entire Bible

by | Mar 16, 2020 | Equipping You in Grace, Featured

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On today’s Equipping You in Grace show, Dave and Tim Patrick talk about the problem of biblical illiteracy and expository preaching, how expository sermons help congregants grow in their handling of the Word, along with his book, The Whole Counsel of God: Why and How to Preach the Entire Bible with Andrew Reid (Crossway, 2020)

What you’ll hear in this episode

  • Why it matters what our convictions about the Bible are so that we preach sermons that are ground in the Bible.
  • The problem of biblical illiteracy and expository preaching.
  • The importance of preaching sermons rooted in the gospel and what this looks like in preaching.
  • How expository sermons help congregants grow in their handling of the Word.
  • The benefits of expository preaching for the pastor.
  • Advice for pastors looking to help their congregation understand the value of studying Scripture throughout their lives.
  • Some benefits of a long-term approach to sermon planning for the congregation.

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