The sermons are presented in workshop format, encouraging useful application of the book's ideas. In this practical and insightful guide, one of the nation's most respected preachers shows how to use the structure of Jesus' parables to create lively and interesting sermons.
Preaching in an Age of GlobalizationWestminster John Knox Press #ad - She develops a new theology of preaching, examines the modes of biblical interpretation appropriate for trans-contextual preaching, and explores designs for sermons. There are many books on the market that address how culture, gender, race, or economic status affect the way preachers preach and congregations hear sermons.
This is the first book to address preaching that promotes solidarity across these differences. But how can a preacher handle specific contexts when we live in a globalized world? What does local context mean and who defines it? Kim develops the concept of "trans-contextual preaching" to show how preachers can respect diversity and global connections.
Preaching in an Age of Globalization #ad - Sample sermons from the author provide excellent illustrations. Preaching needs to be targeted to specific contexts.
The Homiletical Plot, Expanded Edition: The Sermon as Narrative Art FormWestminster John Knox Press #ad - Lowry, the homiletical Plot, Expanded Edition follows in the same solid tradition of its predecessor. Instead of comments on a biblical passage, Lowry suggested that the sermon follow a narrative form that moves from beginning to end, as with the plot of a story. This expanded edition continues to be an excellent teaching resource and learning tool for all preachers from introductory students to seasoned clergy.
Westminster John Knox Press. Now in reissue with a new foreword by Fred B. Upon its release, the Homiletical Plot quickly became a pivotal work on the art of preaching. Craddock and afterword by the author, Eugene L.
Delivering the Sermon: Voice, Body, and Animation in Proclamation Elements of Preaching Elements of PreachingFortress Press #ad - Teresa L. These exercises may be used with groups or for individual en hancement of sermon delivery. The book is keyed to online sermon samples and other Web-based features such as sermon illustrations and art at elementsofpreaching. Com. Suggestions and exercises for enhancing voice, diction and nonverbal engagement of the listener are included in each chapter.
The six chapters range from rationale to the importance of delivery and embodiment of the preached word. Delivering the sermon combines the latest research in communications, speech pathology, and homiletics with the author's own experience as a speech language pathologist to enable student preachers, established homileticians, and pastors alike to improve their effectiveness in preaching.
Delivering the Sermon: Voice, Body, and Animation in Proclamation Elements of Preaching Elements of Preaching #ad - . Fry brown here introduces preachers to the rationale and methods for effective use of voice and body in the animation of the word in the preaching moment. Westminster John Knox Press.
The Four Pages of the Sermon, Revised and Updated: A Guide to Biblical PreachingAbingdon Press #ad - New sermon examples have been added along with a section that responds to critics and looks to the future. Page one presents the trouble or conflict that takes place in or that underscores the biblical text itself. Page two looks at similar conflict--sin or brokenness--in our own time. Page three returns to the bible to identify where God is at work in or behind the text--in other words, to discover the good news.
Page four points to god at work in our world, particularly in relation to the situations described in Page Two. This completely revised edition guides readers through the sermon process step by step, with the aim of composing sermons that challenge and provide hope, by focusing on God more closely than on humans.
The Four Pages of the Sermon, Revised and Updated: A Guide to Biblical Preaching #ad - Westminster John Knox Press. Wilson teaches the ‘what’, and ‘how’ of sermon construction, ‘why’, all rooted in a theology of the Word. A chapter on exegesis has been added, plus new focus on the importance of preaching to a felt need, the need for proclamation in addition to teaching, and developing tools to ensure sermon excellence.
Doing justice to the complexity of the preaching task and the questions that underlie it, author Paul Scott Wilson organizes both the preparation and the content of the sermon around its "four pages. Each "page" addresses a different theological and creative component of what happens in any sermon. This approach is about preaching the gospel in nearly any sermonic form.
It has been largely rewritten to include an assessment of where preaching is today in light of propositional preaching, the New Homiletic, the effect of the internet, African American preaching, and use of technology.
Good News Preaching: Offering the Gospel in Every SermonPilgrim Press #ad - This book provides a guide for the development of sermons, but places the emphasis on that element of preaching - the good news. Westminster John Knox Press.
What Not to Say: Avoiding the Common Mistakes That Can Sink Your SermonWestminster John Knox Press #ad - Westminster John Knox Press. A companion video with preaching illustrations is available online at wjkbooks. Com. In this humorous guide, John C. Useful for preachers, students, middle, and teachers alike, What Not to Say addresses how to use language about God, how to use stories in preaching, and what not to say and what to say in the beginning, and end of sermons.
Mckenzie provide helpful and practical advice for avoiding the common mistakes that many preachers make in their sermons. Holbert and Alyce M.
The Sermon: Dancing the Edge of MysteryAbingdon Press #ad - Notes: brand new from publisher! 100% satisfaction guarantee. Tracking provided on most orders. Buy with confidence! Millions of books sold! Isbn13: 9780687015436. The student learns of the revolution in homiletics of the past 25 years and is helped to understand the sermon in terms of the movement of time, space, place, conflict, shape, complication, and the "sudden shift" of the text.
For students new to preaching, these dynamic movements are summed up in a ten-step process that moves speaker from preparation to presentation. Condition: New. Westminster John Knox Press. An introductory-level textbook from one of the best-known preachers in the country, The Sermon: Dancing the Edge of Mystery offers preachers a well-shaped, imaginative, and delightfully spry overview of the sermon.
The Homiletical Beat: Why All Sermons Are NarrativeAbingdon Press #ad - Tracking provided on most orders. Isbn13: 9780687015436. This changes everything because the sermon ceases to be something a preacher constructs, like a thesis or even a painting. While similar in many ways, narratives and stories are distinct. Condition: New. While the sermon as narrative has become conventional preaching wisdom, it is largely misunderstood.
Instead, it is more like a piece of music - something a preacher plays within intuitively, to a constant beat - time after time, week after week. Sermons are, by definition, narratives and as such, they have plots. Therefore, to think of narrative preaching as merely one of many homiletical styles is to misunderstand and reduce the nature of the sermon.
The Homiletical Beat: Why All Sermons Are Narrative #ad - In light of this revelation, what are new strategic aims for sermon preparation and delivery? Westminster John Knox Press. At the same time, the sermon is not a story. Promoting the idea of sermon as narrative, The Homiletical Plot, Eugene Lowry's first book, became one of the most influential preaching books of the latter part of the 20th century.
Buy with confidence! Millions of books sold! Notes: brand new from publisher! 100% satisfaction guarantee. The sermon is more than just an option for the preacher; rather, it is, a narrative because it happens in time, by definition, not in space.
As One Without Authority: Fourth Edition Revised and with New SermonsChalice Press #ad - This update of craddock's original work on inductive preaching remains one of the most important contributions to homiletic scholarship. Isbn13: 9780687015436. Westminster John Knox Press. Condition: New. Buy with confidence! Millions of books sold! Tracking provided on most orders. Notes: brand new from publisher! 100% satisfaction guarantee.
Revised with three new sermons, and NRSV texts, inclusive language, it is still as fresh and provocative as ever.
The Liberating PulpitWipf & Stock Pub #ad - Westminster John Knox Press. Condition: New. Buy with confidence! Millions of books sold! Early christian preachers had much to say on issues such as the origins and proper use of wealth, the rights and duties of the poor and rich, and the nature of ownership. An account of liberation theology's impact on the task of preaching is offered by two historians of doctrine who are intimately aware of the need to be open to marginalized perspectives in the church.
Often used as a text in preaching courses, 'the liberating Pulpit' helps to clarify and to bridge the gap between those whose preaching and hermeneutics tend to be more traditional and the various minorities who tend to read Scripture in a different way. The gonzalezes recapture this early christian spirit offering concrete ways that the interpretation of specific biblical texts may be enriched or corrected in order to speak directly to the whole life of the whole church.
The Liberating Pulpit #ad - . Tracking provided on most orders. Catherine and justo Gonzalez provide a valuable resource for preaching and biblical interpretation. Notes: brand new from publisher! 100% satisfaction guarantee. Isbn13: 9780687015436.