24/09/2018 by Chris Green
One of the great gifts that teaching at seminary gave me, was that I was forced to say out loud, in a copyable manner, the route I take from text to sermon. In fine detail. It forced me to become conscious of what I knew and did.
13/08/2018 by Chris Green
It’s not hard for our folk to be fed by superb bible teaching from around the planet. Then they come to church on Sunday, and it’s plain old us.
26/02/2018 by Chris Green
Your car mechanic will say if your wheels need balancing. Your doctor will tell you if your insulin’s out of balance. Who’ll spot if your preaching is off-centre?
05/02/2018 by Chris Green
If we become more attentive to our decisions to act and to the feedback, we can improve more carefully.
30/01/2018 by Chris Green
Artists and musicians produce dazzling and original works from a limited source. We have a dazzling gospel – so how come it produces such predictable preaching?
06/12/2017 by Chris Green
When I illustrate, I’m looking for echoes of plausibility, and they are most plausible when they are fresh.
04/12/2017 by Chris Green
Our illustrations often don’t really work. Here are 11 danger signs.