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5 Questions on Preaching with Shane Hall

Shane Hall was born in Indiana in 1971 and grew up in a pastor’s home in Burns Flat, Oklahoma.  After graduating from Burns Flat High School, he went on to complete a Bachelor of Science in Education degree at Oklahoma Baptist University and a Master of Divinity degree at the New Orleans Baptist Theological Seminary. Shane has served as a pastor of churches in Oklahoma and Louisiana for over twenty years. He is currently Pastor […]

5 Questions on Preaching with Bart Barber

Bart Barber is pastor of FBC Farmersville, TX where he has served since 1999. He grew up in Lake City, AR. God saved him when he was almost 6, then called him to preach at 11. He went to Baylor, then twice to Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary. Bart blogs sometimes at Praisegod Barebones. He is husband to Tracy and father to Jim and Sarah. Follow him on Twitter at @BartBarber. Q1. How long does it typically take […]

5 Questions on Preaching with Michael Allen

Michael Allen is Senior Pastor of Uptown Baptist Church in Chicago, IL where he has served since 2005. Pastor Michael holds a BA in Biblical Studies from Trinity College in Miami, FL and a Master of Divinity from Trinity Evangelical Divinity School in Deerfield, IL. He serves on the Boards of Pacific Garden Mission and Moody Theological Seminary. He was born in Kingston Jamaica, saved in a Nazarene Church in Ft. Lauderdale, and called to preach […]

5 Questions on Preaching with Spencer Plumlee

Dr. Spencer Plumlee is Senior Pastor of Riverview Baptist Church in Osage Beach, MO where he has served since March 2013. He holds a Master of Divinity and a Ph.D. from Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary. Spencer met his wife, Shelley, while in seminary. They now live Missouri with their three children. Q1: How long does it typically take you to prepare a sermon? A. 10-12 Hours. Q2: What do you ultimately want a sermon to accomplish? A. Explain, Illustrate and Apply […]

5 Questions on Preaching with J.D. Greear

J.D. Greear is the Pastor of The Summit Church in Raleigh-Durham, North Carolina, where he has served since January 2002. J.D. holds a Ph.D. in Theology from Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary, where he is also a faculty member. His theological writing focuses on the correlations between early church gospel presentations and Islamic theology. While desiring every nation to come to Jesus Christ, he developed a burden for Muslims to come to know Jesus while serving among them. […]

5 Questions on Preaching with Nathan Rose

Nathan Rose is the senior pastor of Liberty Baptist Church in Liberty, Missouri. In addition to serving his own congregation, he also serves the North American Mission Board and the Clay-Platte Baptist Association by helping to revitalize and assist struggling churches. He is also a regular contributor to For the Church, a gospel-centered ministry of Midwestern Baptist Theological Seminary, where he is also pursuing a Ph.D. in Historical Theology and teaching adjunctively.  He and his […]

5 Questions on Preaching with Scott LaPierre

Scott LaPierre is the Senior Pastor of Woodland Christian Church in Woodland, WA. He is also the author of Marriage God’s Way (and the accompanying workbook) and is available to speak at marriage events. Scott is married to Katie and they have been blessed with six children. You can follow Scott on Twitter at @PastorWCC. Q1: How long does it typically take you to prepare a sermon? A: 25-30 hours. Q2: What do you ultimately want […]

5 Questions on Preaching with Jared Cornutt

Jared Cornutt is a supply preacher residing in North Carolina and is available for pulpit supply. Learn more about Jared at his PSP profile. Q1: How long does it typically take you to prepare a sermon? A: 20-25 hours Q2: What do you ultimately want a sermon to accomplish? A: To exalt and Glorify God, and make Christ known Q3: What are one or two big mistakes people often make in preaching? A: They don’t pray […]

5 Questions on Preaching with Bill Longanecker

Bill Longanecker is a supply preacher living in Missouri and is available for pulpit supply. Learn more about Bill at his PSP profile. Q1: How long does it typically take you to prepare a sermon? A:  I typically spend 20 hours in preparation for preaching a message. Sometimes more sometimes less, depending on the topic and my familiarity with it. Q2: What do you ultimately want a sermon to accomplish? A:  My goal is trying to […]

5 Questions on Preaching with Zach Barnhart

Zach Barnhart is a preacher who lives in Knoxville, TN. He is available for pulpit supply. Learn more about Zach at his PSP profile. Q1: How long does it typically take you to prepare a sermon? A: I usually spend about 10-15 hours on my sermon prep. Usually 2/3 of that time is spent writing the manuscript, reading Scripture, and pulling from commentaries at the end, 1/3 of that time is spent actually “reciting” out loud my […]

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