When you preach, are your parishioners listening to a "pragmatic fix-it message," or are they hearing a sermon that gives glory to God? Bridging the gap between pulpit and pew, Shaddix presents a practical theology of pastoral preaching, challenging you to deliver sermons that lead your congregation to encounter Scripture with integrity. 180 pages, hardcover from B&H.
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Where was this in seminary?
Date:January 4, 2012
Jim Shaddix does a phenomenal job of bringing the art of preaching to modern day pastors. This book is interesting in that you can read it in its thematic development from its first section on biblical foundation, to philosophical framework and finish with practical implications or you can read it a second way where the topics of each section develops more fully the content of the above mentioned sections. It is an unique way for writing a book. However you read it, you will find that Mr. Shaddix knows his stuff and he knows how to teach you.
If you need a refresher course on preaching this is a book you must read. It is contemporary, insightful, practical, and most importantly, very biblical.
Get this book and give it away to another pastor friend.