“How may a preacher avoid sterility and stagnation in his preach­ing?”, by Guy N. Woods

By being a man of the Book, and a diligent student of many books. He who lives daily and intimately with the former, and dips frequently and intensively into the latter will never want for themes to preach, nor will his preaching be dry, unproductive and stale.

On the contrary, he will eagerly seek the pulpit in order to share the gold nuggets he has mined, and his audience will find delight in the precious ore he has dredged up for it. Continue reading ““How may a preacher avoid sterility and stagnation in his preach­ing?”, by Guy N. Woods”

Unrecognized Service? By, Rick Brumback

In the New Testament literature we are told much of the apostles Paul, Peter, John and James. However, there is scant information on Matthew, Andrew, Philip, Bartholomew and others. I believe that there is a lesson for us in the lack of records which describe these other servants of Jesus. Continue reading “Unrecognized Service? By, Rick Brumback”

Encouragement, by Tom Moore

The late Tom Landry, coach of the Dallas Cowboys, once said, “My job is to make others do what they do not want to do in order that they can do what they have dreamed about doing all their lives.” Continue reading “Encouragement, by Tom Moore”