Preaching Matters

Preaching Matters

Preaching Matters is a monthly video series 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 on.

PREACHING MATTERS: Preaching 2 Timothy

Posted by Peter on July 20, 2016

In what ways do people often misread 2 Timothy? Is the letter really about an experienced Christian worker handing over to a novice? What is the main focus of 2 Timothy? How can we understand the historical situation and context into which 2 Timothy is written? How is it possible for someone like Timothy to be drifting from Paul's pattern of ministry? Is Paul addressing the same issues in 1 Timothy as he does in 2 Timothy? What key ap Continue reading…

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PREACHING MATTERS: Teaching 2 Peter

Posted by Peter on June 6, 2016

Why should we preach through 2 Peter? What is the overall message of 2 Peter? How does Peter achieve his aim? Are there any big surprises in 2 Peter? William answers all these questions and more. Click to play now.

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PREACHING MATTERS: Kevin DeYoung, Preaching or Social Action?

Posted by Peter on May 3, 2016

Can a 'church' be a good church if it minimises the importance of preaching? Or if it does not engage with social action? How does the New Testament help set our priorities for ministry and preaching? Should a pastor preach on things such as political matters, social matters or current controversies? Kevin DeYoung helps us answer these and other questions from the Scriptures.

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PREACHING MATTERS: Justin Mote, Applying the Bible

Posted by Peter on April 4, 2016

Justin Mote shows us how we believe in application because the Bible believes in application. But we don't mean moralism. Getting us to think right is as much application as getting us to live right. Apply the author's intent, place the passage in its context, and beware of placing yourself into the storyline. Watch now to hear these and other points from Justin on applying the Bible.

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PREACHING MATTERS: Preaching through the early chapters of Genesis

Posted by Peter on March 10, 2016

William Taylor gives his reflections on preaching through the early chapters of Genesis, in our latest instalment of Preaching Matters. 

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