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fear of preaching

How to Overcome the Fear of Preaching (or Preaching Nerves)

Public speaking is commonly listed as one the greatest fears that people have. All eyes are on you. You are vulnerable. You are exposed. Your every word is critiqued. Or worse, you could be ignored. What if they laugh at you? What if they don’t like you? What if they think you are boring? What if you […]

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Church identity

What Identity Are You Speaking Into Your Church?

Choose your words carefully. Your words are immensely powerful. A destructive word can be devastating. A constructive word can change a life. The Bible says, “Death and life are in the power of the tongue, and those who love it will eat its fruits.” (Proverbs 18:21 ESV) Because of this, I take the words I […]

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Highlights From the 2014 Preach Better Sermons Conference

This week the Rocket Company held the 2014 Preach Better Sermons online conference. There was a ton of great content. Here are some of my notes from each speaker. Judah Smith What makes the good news so good is that we are so bad. Always ask: What is the message because of the cross? If […]

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summer

5 Ways Pastors Can Take Advantage of Summer

The summer months are coming soon. In most churches, that means lower attendance. With lower attendance comes a bit of a slower pace of ministry. Some churches try to fight this. But maybe, instead of fighting the summer, you should embrace it. Here are a few ways how. 1. Don’t over schedule  The biggest mistake […]

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