Category Archives: preaching

Women Should Remain Silent (?)

I’ve been preaching through 1 Corinthians this last year and recently covered chapter 14.  While there are many things which are heavily debated in this chapter, I particularly wondered how to preach verses 34-35.  34 women should remain silent in … Continue reading

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My Sabbatical

I’m nearly done with my June sabbatical from the church and I’ve discovered it has been invaluable (although only time will tell what further reaching effects it will have).  As a part of my time on sabbatical I have been … Continue reading

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Preach the Word

I wish someone had sat me down and shared the exceeding value of preaching expository sermons when I started pastoring. I was coming up with 4-5 topical messages every week right out of Bible College and I thought I was … Continue reading

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Why We Should Read, Preach, and Teach the Old Testament

A friend of mine (Dave Peters) just posted some great comments (from Dr. Philip Ryken) about why we should read, preach and teach the OT (31 Reasons).  My own thought is that in our contemporary church setting, it would appear too often … Continue reading

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