PREACHING MATTERS: The Value of Teaching Books More than Once

Posted by Peter on December 14, 2016
Categories: Preaching Matters, Sunday Afternoon, Sunday Evening, Sunday Morning

Why is it valuable to teach through Bible books more than once? What are some advantages of teaching books numerous times? Why do people often object to teaching books of the Bible more than once? Doesn't St Helen's just teach the same couple of books each year? How can we get better at repeating books in our regular Bible-teaching programmes?

In this month's Preaching Matters, Charlie Skrine talks about his experiences of teaching books several times, and why it is important for the church. Click 'play' now for more.

St Helen's Media is pleased to bring you Preaching Matters, a monthly video resource designed to equip, encourage and inspire those who teach God's word. Each month we sit down with preachers and ask what they have recently been thinking about and preaching. If you enjoyed this video you can watch more Preaching Matters or St Helen's Training.


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