books January 20, 2018 Scholarly books on Pentecostal homiletics Posted by Michael Ellis Carter Jr. in Facebook's Pentecostal Theology Group View the Original Post Do you guys have any recommendations on scholarly books which address Pentecostal homiletics? bookshomileticspentecostalscholarly PentecostalTheology .com Previous articleWhat is your opinion about the living Bible as a study guide? Next articleDr. James White: Speaking in tongues or speaking in gibberish? 11 Comments Reply January 4, 2018 Varnel Watson http://www.pentecostaltheology.com/the-largest-and-most-complete-bibliography-on-the-pentecostal-charismatic-movement/ Reply January 4, 2018 Varnel Watson https://www.google.com/search?q=bibliography+Pentecostal+homiletics&rlz=1C1AOHY_enBG765BG765&oq=bibliography+Pentecostal+homiletics&aqs=chrome..69i57j0l5.2517j0j4&sourceid=chrome&ie=UTF-8 Reply January 4, 2018 Varnel Watson 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 Illinois, 1999. 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: Hendrickson, 2005. 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. Syllabus for Homiletics: Pentecostal Perspectives – Fall 2010 – Page 8 of 11 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, 2007. 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 Publiishing, 2006. 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, 2001. 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 Ministry, 2004. Syllabus for Homiletics: Pentecostal Perspectives – Fall 2010 – Page 9 of 11 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, 2006. 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 Publishing, 1997. 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: Abingdon, 2008. Reply January 4, 2018 Christopher Noel Boggess Read tje bible all you need to know is on it Reply January 4, 2018 Varnel Watson Christopher Noel Boggess read the Bible but not NLT right 🙂 Reply January 4, 2018 Christopher Noel Boggess Nlt ? Reply January 4, 2018 Varnel Watson NLT not BIble – new living translation Reply January 4, 2018 Christopher Noel Boggess I never read that i like the greek or kjv Reply January 5, 2018 David Rollings Toward a Pentecostal Theology of Preaching edited by Lee Roy Martin has some good resources. Reply January 5, 2018 Varnel Watson David Rollings I think I posted a link to it above. Is there a second book or edition? Reply January 5, 2018 Varnel Watson Michael Ellis Carter Jr. Did you find a good resource for your preaching ? Leave a Reply Click here to cancel reply. Cancel replyComment Name Email Website This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.