Four Major Changes in Preaching the Past Decade

February 25, 2020
Episode #618
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You may feel like an expert on the topic of preaching, but we often don’t evaluate the changes taking place in the world of preaching. We will focus on four major changes to preaching within the past decade and the reason behind these changes.

Highlights:

  1. More churches have multiple preachers/teachers.
  2. More churches expect preachers to preach in different venues or sites.
  3. Fewer churches expect preachers to preach two or more different sermons each week.
  4. More preachers are largely done preparing their sermons by Wednesday or Thursday.

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