PRC (9): Experiential Preaching Resources

In connection with what I posted earlier, these lectures by Joel Beeke on Experiential Preaching are really beneficial and I would highly recommend them. He defines the issues well and really distinguishes how a sermon can be good expositionally, but be lacking experientially. If you have a concern for good Reformed, experiential preaching in your... Continue Reading →

PRC (6): Discriminatory Preaching

There is not a sermon which is heard, but it sets us nearer heaven or hell - John Preston Discriminatory Preaching Should the preaching on occasion cause members of the congregation to doubt their salvation? I am talking here about preaching with the specific intent of the pastor to cause members to doubt their salvation.... Continue Reading →

PRC (5): Some Suggestions Regarding Evangelism:

In recent blog posts I have criticized the evangelism methods of the PRC. I wish to offer some helpful suggestions on how these methods can be improved in this article. Suggestion #1: Prayer. Prayer. Prayer. I cannot emphasis this enough. The congregation must be earnestly praying for the salvation of souls, both publically and privately.... Continue Reading →

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