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Tony Merida

Tony Merida is a professor and practitioner of preaching and church planting in Raleigh, North Carolina. He describes the five steps he works through in sermon preparation, how it’s beneficial for him to talk it out with others as he prepares, and why he thinks we need to recognize how poets and song writers are the theologians of a culture. … Read More

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Hal Shrader

Hal Shrader shares thoughts on sermon preparation from his office just beyond the Phoenix city limits. Listen in as he describes how he structures his sermons like a late 70s TV show, why finding the hook into the text is the most important part, and how his Anabaptist perspective invites the community into the textual interpretation each week. Podcast: Play … Read More

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Webinar: Streamline Your Sermon Prep With Logos Workspaces

If you are a Logos user, or interested in how Logos works, their occasional webinars are very helpful. Yesterday’s webinar was all about using custom workspaces within Logos for different phases of study. An archived recording is below. (Or find it here if the embedded video won’t work for you.) I learned several nuances that I’m putting into practice for … Read More

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Scott McClellan

Scott McClellan doesn’t preach, but his work as a writer, communications pastor, and generally witty fellow has much to offer those of us who do. Scott describes his ongoing work developing ideas for multiple blog posts per week, tells us how he keeps new ideas from getting away, and shares a pile of books worth reading for anyone who does … Read More

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