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  1. 1.5 hrs • 1/6/2016 • Unabridged

    Samuel Rutherford, born in the early 1600’s, faced many hardships throughout his personal and spiritual life. Despite the criticism of his faith, imprisonment for the advocacy of the church, and his exile from his beloved hometown, Rutherford was still able to inspire the people of Scotland with his preaching. Rutherford is still an inspiration in the world of Christianity today through the letters he had written, some of which can be found in The Loveliness of Christ.

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    The Loveliness of Christ

    1.5 hrs • 1/6/16 • Unabridged
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  2. 3.4 hrs • 12/15/2015 • Unabridged

    John Bunyan admitted he was one of the worst sinners to have ever lived. But after converting to Christianity, he was constantly amazed by the fact that God saved him from his wrongdoings. As a minister of the gospel, he loved to proclaim the grace of God to sinners, and he earnestly persuaded them to embrace the Lord Jesus Christ. Published in 1688, the year of his death, The Jerusalem Sinner Saved brings together the fruit of Bunyan’s thoughts on the grace of forgiveness. With the warmth of a true evangelist, he beautifully reveals the riches of God’s grace and mercy to the greatest of sinners.

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    The Jerusalem Sinner Saved

    3.4 hrs • 12/15/15 • Unabridged
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  3. 7.5 hrs • 9/15/2015 • Unabridged

    Is biblical preaching doomed to extinction? In the Old Testament, God decried the fact that his people were perishing for lack of knowledge about him. The same seems to be occurring today. There is sharing, suggesting, plenty of storytelling, and lots of preaching to fill needs in modern pulpits. But the authoritative, expositional opening of the word of God is becoming scarcer all the time. Jesus told Peter, “feed my sheep” (John 21:17). Such is the mission for all Christ’s shepherds. But when preaching is neglected, those who have been called to feed the sheep do little more than pet them. In this book, eleven pastors and scholars issue a fervent plea for preachers to preach the word. Here is encouragement for pastors to persevere in their calling and wisdom to guide congregations in holding their shepherds to the biblical standards.

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    Feed My Sheep

    7.5 hrs • 9/15/15 • Unabridged
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  4. 6.2 hrs • 6/9/2015 • Unabridged

    Pastor, preacher, and New York Times bestselling author Timothy Keller’s wisdom on communicating the Christian faith, from the pulpit as well as from the coffee shop Most Christians—including pastors—struggle to talk about their faith in a way that applies the power of the Christian gospel to change people’s lives. Timothy Keller is known for his insightful, down-to-earth sermons and talks that help people understand themselves, encounter Jesus, and apply the Bible to their lives. In this accessible guide for pastors and laypeople alike, Keller helps listeners learn to present the Christian message of grace in a more engaging, passionate, and compassionate way.

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    Preaching

    6.2 hrs • 6/9/15 • Unabridged
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  5. 2.9 hrs • 2/15/2015 • Unabridged

    In The Expository Genius of John Calvin, Dr. Steven J. Lawson delves into the practices, commitments, and techniques that made John Calvin, the great Reformer of the sixteenth century, such an effective preacher during his long pastorate at Saint Pierre Cathedral in Geneva, Switzerland. Dr. Lawson provides comments from Calvin’s writings, quotations from Reformation scholars, and examples from Calvin’s own sermons to reinforce his points. In the end, Dr. Lawson finds in Calvin a strong model for expository preaching, and calls on modern pastors to follow the Reformer’s example.

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    The Expository Genius of John Calvin

    2.9 hrs • 2/15/15 • Unabridged
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  6. 5.2 hrs • 2/6/2013 • Unabridged

    When you talk, are people changed? Great stories capture and hold an audience’s attention from start to finish. Why should it be any different when you stand up to speak? Whether you speak from the pulpit, podium, or the front of a classroom, you don’t need much more than blank stares and faraway looks to tell you you’re not connecting. Take heart before your audience takes leave! You can convey your message in the powerful, life-changing way it deserves to be told. An insightful, entertaining parable that’s an excellent guide for any speaker, Communicating for a Change takes a simple approach to delivering effectively. Join Pastor Ray as he discovers that the secrets to successful speaking are parallel to the lessons a trucker learns on the road. By knowing your destination before you leave (identifying the one basic premise of your message), using your blinkers (making transitions obvious), and implementing five other practical points, you’ll drive your message home every time!

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    Communicating for a Change

    By Andy Stanley and Lane Jones
    Read by Lloyd James
    5.2 hrs • 2/6/13 • Unabridged
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  7. 8.6 hrs • 9/25/2012 • Unabridged

    Nearly two thousand years ago, Jesus started a movement that has grown like wildfire throughout the past twenty centuries. Author and pastor Andy Stanley brings to life from scripture and over twenty-five years of pastoral experience the irresistible nature of this movement known as the church. Stanley identifies some of the key decisions and strategies that helped the church begin by the power of the Holy Spirit many centuries ago and continue to flourish today. He tells many stories of how God is working today to continue the movement of the church through the examples of North Point Community Church in Atlanta. If you want to know how you can create a movement in your local community that can impact the entire world, Stanley points the way to create irresistible leadership, irresistible environments, and an irresistible culture within your church.

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    Deep and Wide

    8.6 hrs • 9/25/12 • Unabridged
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  8. 5.0 hrs • 9/20/2011 • Unabridged

    When you stand before your congregation, what do you hope to accomplish when you preach the Word? If people have Bibles and the freedom to read and pray on their own—why do they need you? In short, what do you bring to the table? Author, pastor, and professor John Koessler answers those questions and many more. Why does one sermon have a powerful effect on the audience while another falls flat? Why should listeners heed what the preacher says? Is human language adequate for facilitating an encounter with God? What is the point of preaching a sermon? Folly, Grace, and Power is a must-read for pastors, seminarians, and lay leaders charged with the task of preaching God's word. This essential book is both a stern reminder of the sacredness of the awesome “job” of being a preacher, as well as a how-to that reveals the key to speaking powerfully on God's behalf.

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    Folly, Grace, and Power

    5.0 hrs • 9/20/11 • Unabridged
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  9. 8.2 hrs • 2/9/2010 • Unabridged

    Most preaching and teaching in the church engages only one of the senses—hearing. In The Power of Multisensory Preaching and Teaching, Rick Blackwood shows how recognizing and engaging the multiple senses of the congregation can lead to greater impact.  Blackwood presents both biblical evidence and scientific research showing that the more senses we stimulate in teaching and preaching, the greater the levels of learner attention, comprehension, and retention. Blackwood addresses both the “why” and the “how” of multisensory communication. Regardless of one’s current skill level, this practical book can help anyone add multisensory elements to messages in order to take communication to the next level—more compelling, clear, and memorable.

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  10. 3.0 hrs • 2/2/2010 • Unabridged

    The “been there, done that” culture is starving for reality. Hardly satisfied with the modern conventions of citing facts and figures and pushing propositions, emerging churches are jumping into the narrative form of communication with both feet. But not all emerging church leaders have an inherent handle on the craft and skill of using narrative as a sermon form.  Experiential Storytelling zeroes in on the hows and whys of narrative, as well as the importance of sharing personal experience to double your storytelling ammunition. In addition, author Mark Miller goes several steps further, giving examples of real-time, hands-on experiences for church members as innovative extensions of traditional teaching and preaching that offer them greater scriptural understanding and ownership of the gospel story.

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    Experiential Storytelling

    3.0 hrs • 2/2/10 • Unabridged
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  11. 4.8 hrs • 9/1/2008 • Unabridged

    Preaching—the practice of publicly expositing the Bible—has fallen on hard times. How did this happen? In this powerful book, He Is Not Silent: Preaching in a Postmodern World, Mohler shows us how. In a style both commanding and encouraging, Mohler lays the groundwork for preaching, fans the flame on the glory of preaching, and calls out with an urgent need for preaching.

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    He Is Not Silent

    4.8 hrs • 9/1/08 • Unabridged
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