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Spring 2004: Street-Level Preaching
volume 25, Issue 2
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We asked readers of Leadership Weekly, our online newsletter, to offer a word on Ron Martoia's concept of a new Christian lexicon.
Props make sermons stick.
How we use the Web for better ministry.
Church on video brings worship services to Little Rock firefighters.
Lilly Endowment offers up to $45,000 for renewal leave.
God is not easy on the people who get used in the gospel drama.
Plus: Have You Ever …, There's Life After Birth?, and He's an Arm's Length Away
And they're doing ministry differently than Boomer predecessors.
How to make sure your listeners can apply what you've preached.
This pastor's ambitious goal—three hours in prayer daily—is inspiring and a little irritating.
When you address controversial issues today, you can irritate or influence, but not both.
They may not step forward. Here's how to find the leaders you need.
Two professionals on mastering the preaching relay.
His voice is still small, but you'll preach better if you hear first from the Holy Spirit.
You don't have to be a computer expert to have success with multimedia in your services.
Why people today wonder what on earth we're talking about.
The breaking and healing of a pastor's marriage.
Amid so many forms of communication—multimedia, music, and more—what is it about preaching, even today, that carries life-changing power?
Drawing from the prophets, the rabbis, and Jesus to confront the culture.
Following this path, I preached through the entire Bible in one year.
Why do we skip across the surface when we really want to go …