28/05/2018 by Chris Green
The translation, which my friend so enjoyed, and which has its funny side, was distracting him. A passage which should humble him before God’s throne, was making him giggle because it felt quaint.
26/03/2018 by Chris Green
By the time I put my pen down I have rarely felt so flat and uninspired in what I had planned to say. Do you ever feel like that about your sermons? Thought so.
21/03/2018 by Chris Green
Even though I allocate the same total number of hours, I do not use them in the same way. Experience has taught me where I can improve. So here are eight ways my sermon prep has changed over time.
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.