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Do you guys have any recommendations on scholarly books which address Pentecostal homiletics?
Adams, Jay. Preaching according to the Holy Spirit. Woodruff, SC: Timeless Texts, 2000.
Allen, Bob. Sermon CPR: Resuscitating your preaching style. Kansas City: Beacon Hill, 2005.
Ash, Christopher. The priority of preaching. Geanies House, Fearn, Ross-shire (Scotland):
Christian Focus Publications, 2009.
Bartholomew, Craig and Goheen, Michael. The drama of Scripture: Finding our place in the
biblical story. Grand Rapids: Baker, 2004.
Blumhofer, Edith. Pentecostal currents in American Protestantism. Champaign: University of
Bystrom, Raymond. Preaching biblical sermons: Three contemporary strategies. Winnipeg:
Kindred Books, 2006.
Crabtree, Charles. Pentecostal preaching. Springfield: Gospel Publishing, 2010.
Day, David. Preaching with all you’ve got: Embodying the Word. Peabody, Massachusetts:
Duduit, Michael, editor. Preaching with power: Dynamic insights from twenty top pastors. Grand
Rapids: Baker, 2006.
Eaton, Michael. The gift of prophetic preaching. Chichester, West Sussex (United Kingdom):
New Wine Press, 2008.
Edwards, J. Kent. Effective first-person biblical preaching: The steps from text to narrative
sermon. Grand Rapids: Zondervan, 2005. (includes CD with video demonstration)
Eswine, Zack. Preaching to a post-everything world: Crafting biblical sermons that connect with
our culture. Grand Rapids: Baker, 2008.
Gibson, Scott, editor. Preaching to a shifting culture: 12 perspectives on communicating that
connects. Grand Rapids: Baker, 2004.
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Gibson, Scott. Should we use someone else’s sermon?: Preaching in a Cut-and-Paste world.
Grand Rapids: Zondervan, 2008.
Graves, Mike and Schlafer, David, editors. What’s the shape of narrative preaching? St. Louis:
Chalice Press, 2008.
Haslam, Greg, general editor. Preach the Word: The call and challenge of preaching today.
Lancaster, England: Sovereign World, 2006.
Hughes, Ray. Pentecostal preaching. Revised edition. Cleveland: Pathway Press, 2004.
Johnston, Graham. Preaching to a postmodern world: A guide to reaching 21st century listeners.
Grand Rapids: Baker, 2001.
Knowles, Michael, ed. The folly of preaching: Models and methods. Grand Rapids: Eerdmans,
Koller, Charles. How to preach without notes. Grand Rapids: Baker, 1962. Reprinted 2007.
Kysar, Robert and Webb, Joseph. Preaching to postmoderns: New perspectives for proclaiming
the message. Peabody: Hendrickson, 2006.
Lybrand, Fred. Preaching on your feet: Connecting God and the audience in the preachable
moment. Nashville: Broadman and Holman, 2008.
Ma, Wonsuk and Menzies, Robert, ed. The Spirit and spirituality: Essays in honour of Russell P.
Spittler. London: t and t clark, 2004.
McDill, Wayne. 12 essential skills for great preaching. Second edition. Nashville: B&H
Medefind, Jeff and Lokkesmoe, Erik. The revolutionary communicator: Seven principles Jesus
lived to impact, connect and lead. Lake Mary, Florida: RelevantBooks, 2004.
Miller, Calvin. Preaching: The art of narrative exposition. Grand Rapids: Baker, 2006.
Nanez, Rick. Full gospel, fractured minds?: A call to use God’s gift of the intellect. Grand
Rapids: Zondervan, 2005.
Palma, Anthony. The Holy Spirit: A pentecostal perspective. Springfield: Gospel Publishing,
Piper, John. The supremacy of God in preaching. Revised edition. Grand Rapids: Baker, 2004.
Ragoonath, Aldwin. Preach the Word: A pentecostal approach. Winnipeg: Agape Teaching
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Reid, Robert. The four voices of preaching: Connecting purpose and identity behind the pulpit.
Grand Rapids: Brazos, 2006.
Robinson, Haddon and Larson Craig, general editors. The art and craft of biblical preaching: A
comprehensive resource for today’s communicators. Grand Rapids: Zondervan, 2005.
Salter, Darius. Preaching as art: Biblical storytelling for a media generation. Kansas City:
Beacon Hill, 2008.
Shaull, Richard and Cesar, Waldo. Pentecostalism and the future of the Christian churches:
Promises, limitations, challenges. Grand Rapids: Eerdmans, 2000.
Smith, Craig. The quest for charisma: Christianity and persuasion. Santa Barbara: Praeger, 2000.
Standing, Roger. Finding the plot: Preaching in narrative style. Falmouth: Cornwall, 2004.
Stanley, Andy and Jones, Lane. Communicating for a change. Sisters, Oregon: Multnomah,
Stone, Dave. Refining your style: Learning from respected communicators. Loveland, Colorado:
Group, 2004. (includes CD with audio examples)
Trask, Thomas, ed. The pentecostal pastor: A mandate for the 21st century. Springfield: Gospel
Tucker, Austin. The preacher as storyteller: The power of narrative in the pulpit. Nashville:
Broadman and Holman, 2008.
Webb, Joseph. Preaching without notes. Nashville: Abingdon, 2001.
Wilson, Paul. Setting words on fire: Putting God at the center of the sermon. Nashville:
Christopher Noel Boggess
Read tje bible all you need to know is on it
Christopher Noel Boggess read the Bible but not NLT right 🙂
Christopher Noel Boggess
NLT not BIble – new living translation
Christopher Noel Boggess
I never read that i like the greek or kjv
Toward a Pentecostal Theology of Preaching edited by Lee Roy Martin has some good resources.
David Rollings I think I posted a link to it above. Is there a second book or edition?
Michael Ellis Carter Jr. Did you find a good resource for your preaching ?