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Our preaching should never aim to entertain or amuse. The audience is not sovereign. We are not trying to be thought clever. But none of this is an excuse for boring preaching. Even faithful preachers working hard to handle the biblical text can grow in skill as teachers and heralds. Toward that end, Kevin DeYoung will present the case for veracity, clarity, specificity, ingenuity, authenticity, spontaneity and authority in preaching. The aim is that in examining these seven characteristics we can all improve as messengers of God’s good news – or at the very least, be a little less boring in declaring it.
About the Speaker
Kevin DeYoung has been the Senior Pastor at University Reformed Church since August 2004. His three main responsibilities include preaching, leadership and administration. He also serves as a council member at The Gospel Coalition and blogs on TGC’s DeYoung, Restless and Reformed.
Kevin attended Hope College, Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary and is currently enrolled in a Ph.D. program at the University of Leicester. Kevin and his lovely wife, Trish, have five children: Ian, Jacob, Elizabeth, Paul and Mary. He has written several books including The Hole in Our Holiness, The Good News We Almost Forgot, Just Do Something and Crazy Busy.
Sessions include: Session 1: The Case for Veracity and Clarity in Preaching
Session 2: "A Pleasing Aroma" Leviticus 1
Session 3: The Case for Specificity, Authenticity and Ingenuity in Preaching
Session 4: The Case for Spontaneity and Authority in Preaching