Albert Mohler, James Boice, Derek Thomas, Joel R. Beeke, R. C. Sproul, John Armstrong, Sinclair Ferguson, Don Kistler, Eric Alexander, John Piper, John MacArthur
The apostle Paul declared that “what we preach” was “folly” in the eyes of many in his time (1 Cor. 1:21). Such is always the world’s response to the gospel. But in our day, it seems that the method behind Paul’s message—preaching—is itself an object of ridicule, even within the evangelical church. In an age of short attention spans and entertainment “consumers,” many churches are yielding to pressure to set aside preaching in their worship services in favor of more “relevant” methodologies.
In Feed My Sheep: A Passionate Plea for Preaching, an outstanding team of pastors and scholars says to the modern church: “Turn back!” Preaching is not just one of many acceptable methodologies that the church may employ as the cultural landscape changes. Rather, the preaching of God’s Word is the biblically mandated method by which unbelievers are to be converted and churches built up in the faith.
This book reveals the biblical basis for preaching, sketches the way it ought to be practiced, and shows the many practical benefits that flow from strong pulpits. Here is encouragement for preachers and wise counsel for those who desire to sit under the ministry of the Word of God preached.
- The Primacy of Preaching
- The Foolishness of Preaching
- Expository Preaching
- Experiential Preaching
- The Teaching Preacher
- Preaching to the Mind
- Preaching to the Heart
- Preaching with Authority
- Evangelistic Preaching
- Preaching to Suffering People
- A Reminder to Shepherds