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Transforming Preaching: Reflecting on 50 Years of Word Ministry

Publisher: UNKNOWN: 97815271
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ISBN: 9781527106925
  • Author JACKMAN, DAVID
  • Pub Date 09/07/2021
  • Binding Paperback
  • Pages 240
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In Transforming Preaching, David Jackman, reflecting on over fifty years of Word-ministry offers real encouragement and help with some of the ongoing challenges and pitfalls facing the preacher.



Each chapter addresses a different theme that will shape and sharpen the reader in their thinking about what it means to be a faithful expositor and servant of the Word.







Chapter Headings include:





Preaching with the Right Goal in View
Preaching that Grows People
Preaching in line with God's Agenda
Preaching the transformational Intention
Preaching to Cultivate a Robust Faith in a Shifting World
Preaching the Whole Truth
Preaching: Colossians a Test Case
Preaching to Renew Minds
Preaching That is Balanced and Well Crafted
Preaching Law and Liberty Rightly
Preaching that Recognises God's Work and Ours
Preaching that Expands the Mind









David Jackman is the ideal person to write a book like this. David has been preaching and training preachers longer than many of us have been alive.

He is a terrific encourager of preachers and his insights, observations and exhortations will provide great stimulus for your own thinking.







After graduating from Cambridge university, David Jackman worked for six years with the Universities and Colleges Christian Fellowship, followed by theological studies at Trinity College, Bristol and fifteen years of ministry at Above Bar Church,

Southampton. In 1991 he became the founder-director of the Cornhill Training Course in London, a ministry of the Proclamation Trust, with whom he served for eighteen years, latterly as its President. His active "retirement"

sees him involved in preaching, training and writing ministries and enjoying family time with his wife, Heather, and their four grandchildren.

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