In the words of author Greg Heisler, “Spirit-Led Preaching is a call issued to preachers, pastors, and teachers of homiletics to recover the Holy Spirit for expository preaching in the same way we have recovered the biblical text. . . . My plan for doing this is to recover the doctrine of pneumatology (the study of spiritual beings/phenomena) for our theology of preaching, resulting in a renewed emphasis on the powerful combination of Word and Spirit working together as the catalyst for powerful expository preaching.”
Heisler thoroughly examines how the Holy Spirit illuminates and empowers the preacher, opens the hearts of the hearers, and applies the message to their lives. Indeed, to ignore the Holy Spirit’s role in sermon preparation and delivery would be a considerable oversight.
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The following was a recent chapel message I preached at Rock County Christian School. This was our third annual Reformation Day Chapel. In this message I walk through I John 1:9 while exploring the life of Martin Luther along with the first of his 95 Theses.
Once again I headed up north to Lake Waubesa Bible Camp with my students for our annual beginning of the year retreat. This year the theme was. “Dangerous Truth.” Below are the three messages I preached during the retreat.
This was my Easter chapel message at Rock County Christian School last week. He is risen! He is risen indeed.
My pastor preaching a fascinating message on Palm Sunday.
I’m finally getting caught up in posting chapel videos from this school year. These videos are messages I preached at our Junior High/High School retreat. I’ll post more videos in the coming weeks.
This was my first chapel message of the 2013-2014 school year. Our theme verse this year at Rock County Christian School is Micah 6:8 so that was my text. The general idea behind this message is that everything the Lord requires of us is fulfilled in Christ. As disciples of the Lord, we wish to follow in His footsteps.