• ‘Curbing a Frisky Theology’
  • ‘Martyn Lloyd-Jones – Preacher’
  • Application in preaching
  • Approaching the Gospels
  • Be a better tour guide
  • Calvin: nine preaching engagements
  • Cardinal pre-requisites of the sermon
  • Caution: Bible stories at work!
  • Christ in all the Scriptures, but…
  • Christ is Isaac…Jacob…Joseph…
  • Christ-centred preaching – some pitfalls
  • Christmas is coming, preacher
  • Classification of Sermons 1 – Sangster
  • Classification of Sermons 2 – Phelps
  • Communicating conviction
  • Connecting with postmoderns
  • Contact!
  • Contemplations from Corinth’s pulpit
  • Dare to be a…..Nehemiah?
  • Doctrine and application
  • Don’t keep it (too) simple, stupid
  • Every sermon needs a ‘ministry statement’
  • George Whitefield and devotion to Christ
  • Gladstone clever, or Disraeli clever?
  • Hearing the word with profit
  • Heroes and villains
  • How (not) to preach a Christmas sermon
  • How about preaching a Bible overview?
  • How the apostles communicated the gospel
  • How to end a sermon
  • How to read a story
  • Humour: no laughing matter?
  • In praise of Powerpoint, v2
  • In the mood
  • John Stott and Charles Simeon
  • Make ’em laugh?
  • Mind the gap
  • Ministries of the word
  • Modes of persuasion: ethos, pathos, logos
  • Moses the preacher
  • New Testament preaching
  • Of the preaching of the word
  • On preaching the theology of Tom Wright
  • On textual fidelity in preaching
  • Online preaching for the virtual church
  • Painting with words
  • Paul’s homiletics
  • Pointers for young preachers
  • Preach love, as well as truth
  • Preach only the gospel?
  • Preach reality, as well as truth
  • Preacher, guard your character
  • Preachers and their preaching – John Stott
  • Preachers and their preaching – Phillips Brooks
  • Preachers and their preaching – C.H. Spurgeon
  • Preachers and their preaching – Charles Simeon
  • Preachers and their preaching – D.M. Lloyd-Jones
  • Preachers and their preaching – John Calvin
  • Preachers and their preaching – the Puritans
  • Preaching and revival
  • Preaching and systematic theology
  • Preaching assessment criteria
  • Preaching Christ
  • Preaching Christ from every theme of the Bible
  • Preaching Christ from the Old Testament
  • Preaching Christ through film titles
  • Preaching from the Old Testament? Use Biblical theology!
  • Preaching is not merely explaining
  • Preaching the Minor Prophets
  • Preaching to the ‘fuzzy faithful’
  • Preaching: monologue or dialogue?
  • Preaching. Discuss.
  • Puritan preaching priorities
  • Quotes on preaching
  • Sermon applications should be attitudinal as well as behavioural
  • Sermon hearers
  • Sermon Illustrations
  • Seven marks of false teachers
  • Simplicity in preaching
  • Spurgeon on Earnestness in the Christian Ministry
  • Spurgeon: a bee-line to Christ?
  • Teach like Jesus
  • Ten principles for interpreting narratives
  • Textual preaching
  • That’s not what I call preaching 4
  • That’s not what I call preaching 1
  • That’s not what I call preaching 2
  • That’s not what I call preaching 3
  • The ‘perfect preacher’?
  • The ‘preacherhood of all believers’
  • The 500 word manuscript
  • The art of sermon application
  • The case against preaching
  • The components of sermon application
  • The importance of expository preaching
  • The importance of witness-bearing in preaching
  • The Ministry of the Word
  • The road from text to sermon
  • The teacher
  • The use of imagination in preaching
  • The use of imagination in preaching
  • Three levels of sermon application
  • Top tips for preaching to a camera
  • We must preach Jesus
  • What difference does it make?
  • What good shall men get by hearing of sermons?
  • What is preaching?
  • When is the sermon the low point in the service?
  • Who am I preaching to?
  • Why has the credibility of preaching declined?
  • Why preach doctrine?
  • Why preachers cannot ignore the New Perspective on Paul
  • Why we preach Christ from the Old Testament
  • Why your sermons shouldn’t be too short, or too long
  • Wise thoughts on sermon preparation