PREACHING MATTERS

Equipping, encouraging and inspiring those who teach God's word.

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: Do we need to Contextualise our Preaching?

Posted by Peter on January 13, 2016

William Taylor talks to Preaching Matters about the problems with the contextualisation agenda. Using biblical examples, we discuss the way forward for preachers as they seek to preach into their specific contexts. Be a beaver with the word but a magpie with the world!  

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PREACHING MATTERS: Preaching Jesus in the Gospels

Posted by Peter on December 7, 2015

William Taylor tells Preaching Matters how the mature preacher will bring out the author's purpose, making Jesus the central focus.

What theological categories is the gospel writer using from the Old Testament, and how do they show Jesus for whom he is? Click on 'Play' for all this and more.

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PREACHING MATTERS: Charlie Skrine, Preaching Judges

Posted by Peter on November 2, 2015

William Taylor asks Charlie Skrine about the primary decisions the preacher has to make when teaching the book of Judges.

Are the judges in Judges being set forth as an example for us to follow, because of how Hebrews 11 holds them up? If Hebrews 11 is a control on the book of Judges, does this New Testament text teach the main application of Judges, and if not, why not?

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PREACHING MATTERS: Andrew Sach, Preaching 1 Peter Twice

Posted by Peter on July 6, 2015

How does preaching 1 Peter to several different audiences affect the way we preach it? In our latest instalment of Preaching Matters, Andrew Sach, who has spoken on 1 Peter to both mature congregations and youth camps, explains that the variation is only in the application.

Watch now as Andrew also explains the big themes of this book and why they still matter today.

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PREACHING MATTERS: David Cook, Preaching Galatians

Posted by Peter on June 1, 2015

Why is the Gospel so momentous? Is the work of Christ sufficient to bring us into relationship with God, or do we need to make some additive? What place is there for the law in the lives of Christians already saved by grace through faith? 

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