The Bible provides remedies that convict, comfort, convert, and consecrate. In order to fully understand the Word of God, however, we need teachers. Those chosen by God to teach and to preach must do so with spiritual integrity and a firm foundation, something they can find through prayer and sound education.
Concise yet packed with practical and relevant information, Principles of Preaching is designed to assist teachers and preachers in understanding and confirming God's calls on their lives. Author Miles "Mike" F. Boyd Jr. addresses the fundamental principles of teaching biblical truth to help ministers and teachers lay a powerful foundation upon which to build a sermon or lesson.
Designed to facilitate biblical presentation from one's calling to ministry to its culmination, each chapter deals with a key component in the process. Boyd discusses such topics as the doctrine of vocation, the biblical philosophy of ministry, the proper understanding and adherence to the calling, and much more.
This guidebook's simplicity and applicability make it a valuable tool in the hands of God's craftsmen--those called to communicate biblical truth to people in need. From the novice to experienced pulpit tacticians, this study can refine and assist all who seek to share God's Word.