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Proclaiming the Word effectively.

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A Tale of Two Weekends

A Tale of Two Weekends

What can preachers learn from professional storytellers?
Chasing Rabbits

Chasing Rabbits

My Calling

My Calling

From restaurant manager to pastor
Changing the Scorecard

Changing the ScorecardSubscriber Access Only

Affirming everyone's vocation begins by changing the way we define ministry success.
Where Are the Women?

Where Are the Women?

How a guest's observation inspired me to develop more women leaders.
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Our editors have compiled our best on Preaching topics from the archives. Here you'll find ground-breaking, honest, wise coverage that sets Leadership Journal apart.

Preaching Like a Prophet

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We dare not be silent about injustices, if only we can see them as God does.
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We dare not be silent about injustices, if only we can see them as God does.

Elemental PreachingSubscriber Access Only

The irreducible qualities of gravity, light, and air give life to a sermon and to those who hear it.
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Mark Labberton asserts that good preaching should offer the gifts of gravity, light, and air.
The Heresy of Application

The Heresy of ApplicationSubscriber Access Only

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In this classic interview, Haddon Robinson explains why many preachers fail to apply ancient Scriptures to a modern audience.
The Hermeneutics Quiz

The Hermeneutics Quiz

Your biblical blind spots and what you tend not to see.
Why THIS?
This innovative quiz was designed to help church leaders discover how they read the Bible (and how they don't read the Bible).
Incremental Preaching

Incremental PreachingSubscriber Access Only

Many pastors want "fast acting" sermons. But what brings lasting transformation is a steady, intentional plan for the pulpit.
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Prompting transformation from the pulpit requires a vision, intention, and the means to make changes.
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A Tale of Two Weekends

A Tale of Two Weekends

What can preachers learn from professional storytellers?
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