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Winter 2010: How Will They Hear Your Preaching?
volume 31, Issue 1
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Eventually your preaching turns you inside out.
It's time to find other ways to illustrate sermons than me, me, and mine.
Can text messaging and Twitter enhance worship or just interrupt it?
The irreducible qualities of gravity, light, and air give life to a sermon and to those who hear it.
Preparing to preach is not writing a speech.
The trends that will be impacting your ministry in the year ahead.
More churches are using Facebook to get the word out.
Research indicates a youth group's effect lingers
Maturity doesn't mean moving beyond the gospel, but more deeply into it.
A review of Jim Belcher's book Deep Church.
Communicating the gospel involves more than using the right words.
The hidden benefits of doing evangelism in community.
Every small group has them. Here's what to do with them.
Why you should bring your laptop on your next pastoral care visit.
Using Skype to give your congregation a vision for the world.
The best of the past year.
Research on how well we're developing the next generation.
A pastor's worst nightmare leads to a new beginning.
Developing life in the Spirit is a customized process.
Corporate wisdom means "getting the right people on the bus," but spiritual leadership requires something more.
Max Lucado employs preaching to overcome fear.
Rob Bell's metaphors and references make his listeners stretch, but his wisdom for preachers is down to earth.
Pastoral insights after a year of living like Jesus.
Three preachers on moving beyond imitation.