Interviews and messages designed to help you understand, apply and teach the Bible with power and clarity to this generation.
Dying on the Right Hill
Dr. Gavin Ortlund is a prolific author and apologist as well as a faithful husband, father and pastor. In this conversation Mike speaks with Gavin about the role that theological triage plays in church leadership (and particularly the pulpit) as well as the importance of highlighting application points in a sermon. Gavin gives some very practical advice on how to apply God’s truth to different kinds of church members, and even unbelievers! We hope that this conversation spurs you on in your personal study and public proclamation of God’s Word.
Learning From Spiritual Mothers - Cheryl Brodersen
Cheryl speaks with Mike about the importance of being a life-long learner, which has caused her to not only read broadly, and interact with Christians from diverse backgrounds but also to enrol in seminary! In this far reaching conversation Cheryl speaks about passionate prayer, women in ministry and the value of spiritual mothers and fathers.
Lessons from Student Ministry - Andrew Sterken
Mike and Andrew sit together in the cold basement of a prestigious theologian's home in Portland, Oregon to talk about short attention spans, cool vs faithful and what senior pastors should learn from youth pastors.
Andrew Sterken is Pastor of Students and Young Adults at Calvary Port Saint Lucie
-eater of Carolina reapers
-swam w sharks
-not afraid to look dumb for the Lord (obvs)
Learning from John the Baptist
George and Mike sit down in Mike's office in Cork, Ireland to talk about the right and wrong ways that preacher's should think about "winning over" the crowd. How much of John the Baptist's ministry style and aesthetic should contemporary preachers emulate today.
How to Not Lose Your Heart - Fernando Ortiz
It’s been said that to be a preacher, you must have the mind of a scholar, the heart of a child, and the hide of a rhinoceros. But is it really true that you have to grow tough and hard in order to endure the criticism and trials that come with being a minister of God's Word? Pastor Fernando Ortiz of Mile High Calvary in Highlands Ranch, Colorado says “no.” In this episode Fernando talks with Nick Cady about how he aims to not lose his sensitivity as a person and his heart for people even in the midst of the emotional ups and downs of ministry, and how that translates into preaching.
The Power of Story - Robert Fergusson
In this engaging and thought-provoking conversation Nick and Mike speak with Robert Fergusson about the value of storytelling in preaching. Our postmodern world cherishes stories of individuals yet is skeptical of an overarching metanarrative - Robert helps us to use the former to communicate the latter.
They also speak about what it means to follow the example of Paul in 2 Corinthians 4:5 “For what we proclaim is not ourselves, but Jesus Christ as Lord, with ourselves as your servants for Jesus’ sake.”
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One of the best podcasts out their on preaching
Expositors collective is an exceptional resource. Whether you are a newbie to preaching (like me) or someone who has been doing it for many years, the team do a great job at pointing you to Jesus - to His Word ... and to their many years of practical experience ... teaching His Word in an expository fashion. Listen to this podcast prayerfully and ask The Lord to show you how He wants you to change as a preacher ... so you may faithfully be His messenger whenever He has called you to do it!
Probably the best Bible teaching help in the world ....
The team at Expositors Collective are a group of leaders and Bible teachers who have discovered that there is an art to delivering faithful expository sermons. They are committed to learning this together in community with humility, dedication and, quite often, humour. And excellent podcast that is one of the helpful on the internet
Helps you feel connected
The EC podcasts help you to feel like you’re getting help from a group of friends of which you’re a part, even if you’ve never met anyone. For those of us with a small/non-existent network of like-minded local pastors, these podcasts help you to identify as part of a group...awesome!