The call to preach can be simultaneously frustrating, fulfilling, exhausting, and exhilarating . . . so dip into this rich reservoir of fresh ideas and inspiration! Pairing the experience of a 40-year pulpit veteran with the expertise of a professor of preaching, this practical help offers both students and seasoned expositors reliable guidance for preparing and delivering consistently captivating, Christ-honoring sermons. 391 pages, hardcover from Moody.
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Date:January 23, 2001
Jason Cruise, TodaysPreacher.Com
Vines and Shaddix, two super preachers, have put together a super book for any preacher/teacher. It covers just about every area of expository preaching - somewhat similar to John MacArthur's classic "Rediscovering Expository Preaching." It has a fair amount of technical instruction on preaching, but I found that it was not necessarily academicaly technical in that you do not have to read the book in one hand and have a dictionary in the other!!! Moreover, it is full of well thought out, practical tips that will surely enhance your preaching. The authors make a good case for quality expository preaching. All in all, the book does well to hold high the standards of soberly preaching the Word of God ... always a good trait to see in a preaching publication!!!Bottom line: it's a hit!!! A little pricy perhaps, but you'll be glad you bought it ... I was!!