Archives for December 2011

10 Ways to Improve Your Preaching in 2012

If you’re like me, you’re already thinking about how you want to improve your ministry in the coming year. Here is a quick list to get you thinking about steps to take toward feeding your flock better in 2012. I’ve given you the bullets below, but I suggest you head over to the Sydney Anglican […]

A New Definition of Seeker Sensitive Ministry

My philosophy of ministry is strongly geared toward Seeker sensitivity. I hope that by the time you finish this article yours will be, too. But it’s not the seeker sensitivity you’re used to hearing about. In fact, it’s probably the exact opposite. In John 4:23, Jesus says this to the woman at the well, “But […]

3 Interesting Versions of the 3-Point Sermon Outline

The cliché “three points and a poem” has a negative connotation for a reason. Three-point sermons sound the same after a while. If the letter you use to alliterate your points is the only thing that changes in your outline structure, you’re going to lose your captive audience. But there are benefits to three-point sermons, […]