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SCM Studyguide: Preaching

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ISBN-13: 9780334043744
Published: 31/01/2017
Product description

This Study Guide provides an introduction to the practice of preaching. It is designed for people from various church traditions, in the early stages of ministerial formation.

Preaching is a complex and challenging business requiring a demanding mixture of skills. People listening to a sermon have the right to expect that a person who stands up to preach, can interpret the Bible competently, has a grasp of core Christian beliefs, and believes what they preach. They also expect someone who has the necessary range of communication skills to put the message across in an accessible way. Such a range of expectations presents daunting challenges to the most experienced preacher.

Preaching includes practical exercises which could be used by individuals or by groups. The book is suitable for introductory courses in preaching or for modules which consider preaching within an overall focus upon leading public worship.

Peter Stevenson explain how the studyguide works in these videos. 

Author Information

Peter Stevenson

Peter K. Stevenson is Principal of South Wales Baptist College. Previously he taught at Spurgeon’s College in London, where he was the Director of Continuing Ministerial Development. He is the co-author, with Stephen I. Wright, of Preaching the Atonement (2005), which was shortlisted for the 2007 Michael Ramsey Prize, and of Preaching the Incarnation (2010)

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"This thoughtful yet practical guide to the art of preaching is a brilliant resource both for those new to preaching and for experienced preachers who are looking for ideas to reinvigorate how they preach. It blends helpful theory with down-to-earth examples in such a way that captures and communicates Peter Stevenson's own passion for preaching. A must for every preacher's bookshelf." -- Paula Gooder, Theologian in Residence, Bible Society

"Peter Stevenson has spread a banquet before us: the table is groaning with rich food to nourish the novice preacher and sustain the seasoned practitioner. He offers us meaty questions and tasty tips, served up with multiple side servings of practical examples. This book is a veritable feast for all preachers." -- Kate Bruce, Cranmer Hall, Durham

"Peter Stevenson is an experienced and creative preacher and teacher of preaching. In this book he distils his wisdom in a wonderfully accessible and practical way. The plentiful examples and friendly style make this a gift for those at any stage of the preaching life, and for those who try to help and encourage them in their calling. I wholeheartedly commend it." -- Stephen I. Wright, Spurgeons College, London

"A book that is reassuringly abreast of the latest homiletical thought while managing to be thoroughly practical. A first class introduction to the craft of preaching.” -- David Day

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1. Why Bother with Preaching?; 2. A Journey into Three Worlds; 3. Looking for Trouble; 4. Preaching in Context; 5. A Recipe for Preaching; 6. Creating a Sequence; 7. Telling a Story; 8. Painting a Picture; 9. First Steps on the Preaching Journey; 10. Performing the Sermon; 11. The Fully-Alive Preacher

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