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

Preaching is different on a screen

There is nothing new about sermons being passed around. Historically, pamphlets and books of sermons were printed. Then we moved into the era of the

Why I think John MacArthur is wrong to call for a dedicated Sunday sermon on this issue

John MacArthur – earlier in December – called for all ‘faithful pastors’ to dedicate this upcoming Sunday’s sermon to biblical sexual morality. You can read

Why I (typically) don’t mention current crises in my preaching

Yes, I know, I write them ages ahead of time and – not being a prophet – I do not foresee world, national or local

Do what works for you

I was reminded this week – thanks to somebody who tagged me in a tweet about it – that not everybody works the way I

Don’t trust your feelings, even your worst duffer sermons bring glory to God

I was talking with my wife ahead of Sunday about my sermon this week. My overriding feeling was that it was a bit of a

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