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Preaching that Changes Lives

ISBN: 9781418506827


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There are lots of books on preaching but this is the only book with the centrality of changing lives.

Certainly there are many books about preaching on the market today, but no author directs his attention to the clear message of changing lives more than Michael Fabarez.

Everything a pastor does must be done with the perspective of changing lives. When a pastor studies, it should be with the anticipation of changing lives. When he is looking for the right illustration, it must be through the lens of changing lives. When he sets forth the spiritual direction for the church, he must have the scope of changing lives in his focus.

All other books dissect the essentials of pastoral ministry, but Preaching That Changes Lives takes it one step further!

  • Accessible: Written in a way that the busy pastor can digest
  • Brief: Only 15 short chapters. Any pastor can do it!
  • Practical: Doesn't every pastor want to be?
  • Life-changing: As a pastor reads this book, he will not only be able to change lives, but he will change his own. Full of helps for the pastor's personal, family, devotional, and professional life.
  • Haddon Robinson
  • Hank Hanegraff
  • Jay Adams
  • Dick Mayhue
  • John MacArthur
  • Title: Preaching that Changes Lives
  • Author: Michael Fabarez
  • Publisher: Thomas Nelson
  • Print Publication Date: 2002
  • Logos Release Date: 2003
  • Pages: 224
  • Language: English
  • Resources: 1
  • Format: Digital › Logos Research Edition
  • Subject: Preaching
  • ISBN: 9781418506827
  • Resource ID: LLS:36.0.58
  • Resource Type: Monograph
  • Metadata Last Updated: 2021-03-22T23:14:56Z


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  1. Richard



    This book is good to read when you want to learn novel things about preaching. It uses many strong quotations, from well know Christians especially from the past. Another point in favour to read the book is that it has many Biblical principles. Added to this, it has a brilliant chapter on the important role listeners have. This was very insightful and hopefully, I can address this in a sermon. Some points which can be better are some of his personal illustrations which were not always very relevant. Another thing is that the book is written for preachers that are provided by a congregation. However, this is a luxury for many preachers in the world. For example, I know a person from Bulgaria with a PhD in Theology with a great zeal for Christ that is preaching. However, he also needs to work much next to his preaching. Still, the tips are good, but not every preacher can spend as much time on a sermon as a well-paid preacher. Still, I found it a refreshing book and is certainly worth reading.

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