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Chronological Bible Storying and Storytelling InstituteKurt Jarvis05/12/2014
4. The Lord’s Conquered Servant (2 Cor. 2:12-17)Mark Stevenson11/20/2013
Sermon Preparation Process: Steven ColeSteven Cole10/03/2013
The Gospel BoomerangSteven Cole10/01/2013
Elijah And The Pastors’ ConferenceSteven Cole10/01/2013
Lesson 9: Raising Godly Grandchildren (Deuteronomy 6:1-25)Steven Cole09/13/2013
What Spurgeon has Taught Me About MinistrySteven Cole09/11/2013
John Calvin—the Man and His PreachingSteven Cole09/11/2013
Lesson 15: When God’s Axe Falls (2 Chronicles 36)Steven Cole09/09/2013
Lesson 3: The Requirements for Spiritual Leadership (Malachi 2:1-9)Steven Cole08/20/2013
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Question & Answers:

Questions
What studies in Scripture would you recommend to prison inmates?
In light of 1 Tim 2:12, when Paul states that women should not teach or exercise authority over men, do you feel that women should not preach in church, other than to a group of women or children? How about young men teaching?
Are prophets considered teachers?
What is the theme of Luke 19:1-10 and how would you tell the story to a child?
What all is involved in preparing a good sermon?
How much time should a pastor spend preparing a sermon?
Can you recommend some magazines on preaching?
What is the difference between prophesying and preaching?