Biblical Preaching: A Discussion Panel at the SBC
During this discussion panel we will explore questions such as:
- Does expository preaching mean that you have to preach through books of the Bible?
- Where should the preacher start? Start with the text and move towards life application, or start with life application and find a text?
- Should one ever preach messages that don’t explicitly explain the gospel?
- How should one’s cultural and ethnic context shape preaching?
- How should the preacher utilize this personality and emotions in communicating the message?
- What is the role of apologetics in preaching?
- Who should the preacher consider as the primary audience for a sermon, the believer or unbeliever?
- What is the proper way to call for a response to a sermon?
- What is the relationship between preaching and place, especially when it comes to video venues?
Join us on Tuesday, June 16, 2015 from 6:30-8:00am at the Greater Columbus Convention Center in Battelle Grand A/B on Level 3. We only have a limited seating capacity of 400, so sign up now to reserve your seat. We will serve a light breakfast, and every attendee will receive a bag of resources and books worth over $125.
- Listen Up!: A Practical Guide To Listening To Sermons by Christopher Ash (The Good Book Company)
- Preach by Mark Dever and Greg Gilbert (B&H)
- Faithful Preaching by Tony Merida (B&H)
- Doctrine that Dances by Robert Smith (B&H, Digital)
- Saving Eutychus by Gary Milar and Phil Campbell (Matthias Media)
- Expositional Preaching by David Helm (Crossway)
- On Preaching by H.B. Charles Jr. (Moody)
- Risking Truth, edited by Martin Downes (Christian Focus)
- Preaching by Tim Keller (Excerpt, Viking Press)
- More to come…