How can we hear a sermon well?

There are lots of things written and said about preaching well. Some of them are even on this blog. But what does it mean to

Five reasons to chew over your sermon applications in your midweek groups

One of the practices we have adopted in our church is recapping the main points of application from our Sunday sermons in our home groups.

The problem with telling us a storm is coming

As I am writing this, Storm Eunice is apparently on its way. Apparently Storm Dudley has just got off. But, nevertheless, a mega-storm is apparently

If the Lord really has things to say to us today, make sure you tell your people what they are

I operate on one simple principle in my preaching: God’s Word has something to say to us today. My belief that every bit of God’s

If you can’t tell us this, your sermon prep hasn’t even started

I’m writing this, mainly, because I’ve currently got sermon-block. I’ve been staring at the same passage for days and I have no idea what to

Universalising commands & contextualising application

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