Jamie Bay

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7 TED Talks Every Church Leader Should Watch (& 4 Ways to Use Them!)

Subscribe: Android | RSS | More<p>TED (Technology, Entertainment, Design) is a global series of conferences run under the slogan “Ideas worth …

preaching matters

Yes - <i>another</i> book on preaching, pitched primarily for people making a start.<br>(I've tried to surf this recent wave for readers - here, here, here, and …

preaching trio

Someone somewhere has flipped the switch. After spending more than two decades moaning about the lack of basic books on how to preach, such books …

two books on preaching

One for novices. One for veterans.<p>For veterans: Cornelius Plantinga, <i>Reading for Preaching</i> (Eerdmans, 2013). Preaching goes better when you do it in …

7 Free Leadership Development Strategies for Church Leaders

<b>Phone Calls //</b> Is there a church that you could really learn from? Formulate a straightforward question about the area that you want to learn about …

Leadership

7 Life-Changing Questions of Jesus

Years ago I became fascinated with the questions of Jesus.It occurred to me that if Jesus was asking a question it must be an important one.In fact, …

7 Questions Leaders Should Use Often

Questions are a powerful tool for every leader. The greatest leaders I know ask lots of questions.Whenever I consult with leaders, one of the first …

from text to sermon

For twenty years in a college setting, I used the metaphor of the body to describe the movement from text to (expository) sermon. It works OK. Head. …

meeting miss irby

It is a headline that catches the eye, isn't it? <i><br>Why women make better CEOs in the 21st century.</i> <br>It is Sunday morning. I am browsing <i>The Sunday</i> …

meeting miss irby

I am a little worried.<p>I believe in contextualisation. Oh yes, I do. Isn't the incarnation, the divine becoming human, the ultimate in contextualised …