Wednesday, February 18, 2009

Sermoneutics con't...

What makes this preaching and teaching class different than the last one?

My desire is that this will be so much better that it will make the last one an embarrassment. The format has been revised and the resources are different. Hopefully, this class will be a better blessing to men than the former class, which went pretty well. Some more information about this class:

He is Not Silent, by Albert Mohler
Preaching—the practice of publicly expositing the Bible—has fallen on hard times. He is Not Silent analyzes this decline of expository preaching and then goes on to argue, in a style both commanding and encouraging, that preaching must not continue to wane. Drawing from such passages as Deuteronomy 4 and Ezekiel 37, Dr. Mohler lays the groundwork for preaching, and issues the urgent call for preaching, and issues the urgent call for preaching. In short, he portrays preaching as a confrontation with God.

MP3 Audio CD
15 Audio tracks (plus 10 bonus tracks) from CJ Mahaney, Colin Adams, John Piper, John MacArthur, James McDonald, Tim Keller, Sinclair Ferguson, Michael Horton, Matt Chandler, and Al Mohler. These sermons and training sessions will help you hear a variety of personality and style, while a similar commitment to the Word of God.

“Blue Prints”
A workbook that walks through several different Scriptures, examining how each passage should effect our preaching. These passages span ages and cultures, as this workbook has been a guide for youth pastor training in the states and pastor training in the Dominican Republic. Worksheets for some homework assignments will be included in this workbook as well.

We will also incorporate time for some projects and discussion regarding contemporary issues in preaching. These projects will range from preparation and study to presentation and philosophy.

Hopefully, all these things together can lead to a productive and exciting time together.

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