Pray Plan Prepare Preach Paperback
Establishing and Maintaining Priorities in the Preaching Ministry
by Iain D Campbell;
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Pray Plan Prepare Preach
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The New Testament places a great emphasis on preaching--that is, the public heralding of the message of the Word of God. In many churches, preaching has been sidelined by activities, or else has become squeezed out by other pressures.
This book is not only a call to faithful, expository ministry that will elevate Christ and both feed minds and move hearts; it also contains important principles to help Christians understand what authentic preaching is, and to help those who are preachers to preach better.
Pray Plan Prepare Preach by Iain D Campbell is published by Day One and is our 9038th best seller. The ISBN for Pray Plan Prepare Preach is 9781846251498.
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Pray, Plan, Prepare, PreachAlan Hill, via The Good Book Stall
This helpful little book is aimed at preachers of the Gospel. Pastor Campbell writes from a reformed evangelical position and therefore has a high view of preaching, believing that when the Word of God is preached, the very Word of God is proclaimed.
In a few short chapters he covers key aspects of preaching including: the preacher’s private prayer life, identifying a text, sermon preparation and delivery. The book is full of godly wisdom and common sense, all rooted in Biblical principles. I particularly liked his discussion on the different ways to preach expository sermons, however every chapter is useful.
I would especially recommend this book to any aspiring preacher and young pastor, but all preachers will find food for thought here.
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|Page last updated||12th November 2016|
|Author / Artist||Iain D Campbell|
|Number of Pages||96|