A Little Book for New Preachers: Why and How to Study Homiletics
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One of the central tasks of pastoral ministry is preaching the Word of God. Yet those who are called to ministry may feel unprepared, unable, or unwilling to step into this role. Moreover, the discipline of homiletics sometimes gets lost amid the exegetical questions, theological debates, and denominational disputes that overwhelm our attention. In this brief introduction to preaching, Matthew Kim helps to prepare those called to preach the Word. A seasoned preacher himself, Kim provides proven insight and guidance about the importance and history of preaching, the characteristics of faithful preaching, and the personal habits of a faithful preacher. With his help, both those training for ministry and those new to the pastoral task will be encouraged as they undertake their calling.
Matthew D. Kim (PhD, University of Edinburgh) is the George F. Bennett Chair of Preaching and Practical Theology, Director of the Haddon W. Robinson Center for Preaching, Director of Mentored Ministry, and Interim Chair of the Division of Practical Theology at Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary.
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Kim, Matthew D., (Author)
IVP Academic (2020), 128 pages