Category Archives: preaching

  1. Suffering for the gospel – 2Timothy, ISIS, and persecuted Christians in Iraq

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    22/07/2014 by Chris Green

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    2 Timothy spoke with awful new force as I preached on it recently and it helped me to understand more of …
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  2. “Great sermon, pastor!” Handling genuine compliments

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    16/07/2014 by Chris Green

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    It was probably the most formative piece of feedback to a sermon I have ever received. I don’t remember what …
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  3. The amazing appearing man, and the astonishing disappearing Jesus

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    10/07/2014 by Chris Green

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    The preacher was accomplished and confident; he held the concentration of the crowd, and he certainly had my attention.  Although …
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  4. Should we preach like a TED talk?

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    21/06/2014 by Chris Green

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    TED is a phenomenon.  There are now thousands of short talks by world experts available on the TED website, and …
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  5. The value of a keynote series of sermons

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    02/06/2014 by Chris Green

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    My normal practice is to preach through a book of the Bible. The speed we’ll take it at will depend …
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  6. The Treasure lies in the Text

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    21/05/2014 by Chris Green

    Yesterday I had the same experience, twice, in different settings. With a bible open in front of me, I looked …
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  7. Good news for preachers – God raises the dead

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    06/05/2014 by Chris Green

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      Last week was one of those ho-hum weeks in the life of a sermon, where there’s only one prayer …
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