You can teach the craft, but you must first form the heart.
Many preachers want to preach better, but they don’t always know how to go about improving, and most books on preaching focus on the mechanics of the craft.
But preaching involves more than the steps from a text to a sermon, because every time a preacher stands up to preach, their character shines through-for better or for worse.
In The Heart of the Preacher, Rick Reed focuses on the personal heart preparation required before any preacher is ready to preach. He explores issues preachers often wrestle with-like discouragement, insecurity, and pride. He then offers practices to fight these challenges and form a heart that carries the fruit of the Spirit into the pulpit.
It takes more than a good speaker to preach. It takes a Spirit-filled person. This book will help you check your heart and cultivate the most important aspect of preaching: your character.
|Dimensions||206 × 132 × 18 mm|
Reed, Rick, (Author)
Lexham Press (2019), 160 pages