Expository preaching exposes the ideas in the biblical unit of thought, so the sermon follows the flow of the passage. The hearers should be able to think their way through the passage after the sermon has been preached. The preacher seeks to visualize the flow of thought - to picture the structure of the passage. The sermon should expose the hinges on which the passage swings by developing an outline based on the structure but written in contemporary language. This workbook provides a structural diagram based on the Greek text side by side with a format for the expositor to develop an outline from the passage. Short, practical insights add exegetical depth and sermon seed thoughts to help the preacher flesh out the message. The workbook encourages the preacher to mine the riches of John 13-17 for personal growth and sermon preparation.
|Publisher:||Rephidim Project, The|
|Product dimensions:||8.50(w) x 11.02(h) x 0.41(d)|
About the Author
David Christensen (Th.M, D.Min.) has served in dual ministry as a college professor and pastor for over thirty years. He is the Senior Pastor of Galilee Baptist Church in Gorham, Maine and the President and Founder of The Rephidim Project, a ministry devoted to providing resources for Bible exposition. David is the author of two books, Transformed by Adoptions: The Spiritual Life of a Normal Christian and Friends with Jesus: Experiencing the Depths of Spiritual Intimacy. He and his wife, Janie, live in Maine and have two adult daughters.