The Passion-Driven Sermon: Changing the Way Pastors Preach and Congregations Listen [NOOK Book]

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Seasoned pastor and educator James L. Shaddix presents a philosophical and theological argument for the practice of biblical exposition as the pastor’s primary approach to preaching ministry in the local church. Shaddix emphasizes listening for God’s voice in the sermon, God-centered vs. man-centered preaching, and/or preaching for real life-change.

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The Passion-Driven Sermon: Changing the Way Pastors Preach and Congregations Listen

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Overview


Seasoned pastor and educator James L. Shaddix presents a philosophical and theological argument for the practice of biblical exposition as the pastor’s primary approach to preaching ministry in the local church. Shaddix emphasizes listening for God’s voice in the sermon, God-centered vs. man-centered preaching, and/or preaching for real life-change.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781433676710
  • Publisher: B&H Publishing Group
  • Publication date: 5/1/2003
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Pages: 192
  • File size: 2 MB

Meet the Author

Jim Shaddix currently serves as Dean of the Chapel and Associate Professor of Preaching at New Orleans Baptist Theological Seminary, as well as Pastor-Teacher of Edgewater Baptist Church in New Orleans. He earned a B.S. in Education (1982) from Jacksonville State University in Jacksonville, Alabama, a Master of Divinity (1986) and Doctor of Ministry (1992) from Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary in Ft. Worth, Texas, and a Doctor of Philosophy in Preaching (1996) from New Orleans Baptist Theological Seminary. Jim also is founder and president of Burning Heart Ministries, Inc., a nonprofit ministry organization aimed at equipping pastors and students in the practice of biblical exposition. Jim and his wife, Debra, reside in New Orleans, Louisiana.

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Table of Contents

Foreword ix
Acknowledgments xi
Introduction 1
Part 1 Passion-Driven Scripturology
Chapter 1 The Message of Preaching: God's Word vs. Man's Wisdom 9
The Preacher as Reporter
The Preacher as Reminder
The Preacher as Reflector
Chapter 2 The Means for Preaching: God's Power vs. Man's Presentation 29
The Priority in Preaching
The Preacher in Preaching
The Persuasion in Preaching
The Proof in Preaching
Chapter 3 The Motive in Preaching: God's Purpose vs. Man's Pragmatism 43
The Preacher's Target
The Preacher's Take-away
The Preacher's Temptation
Part 2 Passion-Driven Shepherdology
Chapter 4 The Shepherd's Stewardship: Good Stuff or God's Stuff? 63
Exalting God, Not Resourcing Man
Explaining Revelation, Not Revealing Information
Edifying Churches, Not Reaching Seekers
Chapter 5 The Shepherd's Power: Subjective or Objective? 81
The Work of the Shepherd
The Work of the Scriptures
The Work of the Spirit
Chapter 6 The Shepherd's Relevance: Application or Incarnation? 101
Reforming Application from the Outside In
Transforming Lives from the Inside Out
Part 3 Passion-Driven Sermonology
Chapter 7 Preaching as Worship: Biblical Exposition 125
Magnifying God's Voice in the Pulpit
Magnifying God's Voice in the Pew
Chapter 8 Preaching with Potency: Textual Integrity 145
Exalting the Power in the Scriptures
Extracting the Power in the Study
Expressing the Power in the Sermon
Chapter 9 Preaching for Eternity: Kingdom Relay 161
Holding on to the Baton
Handing off the Baton
Summation 175
Endnotes 177
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