Seven Things

Jehoshaphat was not jumpy.  Jehoshaphat was steady.  This king of Judah heavily relied on God. The chronicler records, "The LORD was with Jehoshaphat, because he walked in the earlier ways of his father David. He did not seek the Baals, but sought the God of his father and walked in his commandments, and not according … Continue reading Seven Things

A Case for Expository Preaching

Expository Preaching Definition/Contrast: Hadden Robinson states, “Preaching is a living processes involving God, the preacher, and the congregation . . .”[1] This validity of this statement intensifies when one considers the expository preaching.  According to Sidney Greidanus expository preaching is “Bible-centered preaching . . . the exposition of a biblical passage.”[2] Others emphasize that “. … Continue reading A Case for Expository Preaching

Saddlebags, City Streets, & Cyberspace – A Book Review

I am reaching into the vault of book reviews to pull out this one, I shared with an online preachers groups a few years ago.Michael W. Casey, Saddlebags, City Streets, & Cyberspace; A History of Preaching in the Churches of Christ, (Abilene;ACU Press) 1995. 210 pp.Michael Casey provides the churches of Christ with an historical … Continue reading Saddlebags, City Streets, & Cyberspace – A Book Review