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The Preaching Life

How vulnerable is too vulnerable? Jim Kinder shares how to be vulnerable without oversharing in your sermons.

Is God calling a young person in your life to be a preacher? Rich Jones shares helpful tips on how to invest in their lives and help them walk into their calling.

Was your sermon really good? Timothy Merrill shares how you can tell.

Is preaching solitary or social? Yes. Talbot Davis explains the nature of what it is to be a preacher.

Looking for some summer reading? Look no further. Preaching Collective has the list of must-read books for pastors!

Preachers grow accustomed to the Sunday grind, but what about when you are asked to preach at an event? Guy Williams and Jonathan Anderson share some tips for preaching at camps and conferences.

Sometimes the content of our worship services can be very emotional for us. Jon Myles shares the benefit of good preparation in such situations.

We are now in the "Dog Days" of summer. Bob Kaylor shares that these slow, hot days may be God's design for a seasonal Sabbath.

It is good to do a very academic study of Scriptural text before preaching it. But, do you also take time for the devotional as well? Leanne Hadley discusses the use of Lectio Divina in sermon preparation.

Preachers are often the most worn out and isolated people in the world and the church. Chris Howlett offers a strategy for how to combat the burden that usually comes with the calling.

Steve Dunmire shares wisdom on the importance of taking a real, true vacation.

Bob Kaylor shares how to keep your heart strangely warmed as you prepare and deliver sermons.

Preaching during special occasions and services can be very different than preaching on a Sunday morning. Adam Kline shares about preaching at funerals.

After a week of preparation and a lengthy sermon, do you sometimes wonder if anybody will even remember what you said by the time their lunch has been finished? Jeremy Steele has some suggestions to make sure your sermon is memorable.

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