Dr. David Nicholas went home to be with the Lord he loved on January 25th after a massive heart attack at 9PM. The press outside of Boca Raton, Florida and a few others places will probably not mark the day, but this remarkable man will be long remembered by countless men and women that have … More Death of a Hero: We are Poorer Today, But He Has Gained
On Friday I am going to start another countdown, the five blog posts I wish had captured more discussion in 2010. Today I am posting some information on a the Gospel Boot Camp by Dr. David Nicholas. David wrote me today and asked if I would put a plug in for the seminar–something I was … More Gospel Boot Camp Opportunities
Tuesday is for Preaching How do congregations learn to share their faith? Taking classes? Reading books? Watching films or movies? Being personally mentored? All of these may have their place and I have certainly benefited from many of these. But I think the principle way that truly winsome and effective congregations learn how to share … More Pastor, Would You Show Me How to Share My Faith?
Tuesday is for Preaching According to a LifeWay Research survey: Only 6% of pastors explain the gospel clearly on a regular basis. “Lifeway Research surveyed 450 sermons delivered in churches across the country–churches large and small, denominational and non-denominational–to see how often the Bad News and the Good News were being explained in a meaningful … More Bootcamp for Shaping Up the Gospel Preaching of Pastors
Tuesday is for Preaching Recent survey done by Lifeway Research shows a gross lack of gospel understanding in American Churches. According to the survey results an overwhelming majority of pastors are not setting forth a clear, complete, logical and sequential presentation of the Bad News/Good News. One pastor is doing something about it. Dr. David … More Do We Need Gospel Bootcamps for Preachers?