Upcoming Expositors Collective Event in San Diego

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The Expositors Collective was an experiment that began last year, the brainchild of my friend Pete Nelson, with the idea to create an intensive seminar to train young men and women who feel a calling or desire to teach and preach the Word of God. As opposed to many traditional conferences, this would be an interactive experience, where people would learn in group settings and actually get a chance to put what they’re learning into practice, get real-time feedback, and possibly establish ongoing mentoring relationships with experienced Bible-teachers.

The Expositors Collective held 3 events last year, in California, Colorado and Florida, and developed a great podcast and Instagram.

Our next event will be in San Diego, CA on April 5-6, 2019 at Maranatha Chapel.

This will be a 2-day interactive seminar for young men and women ages 18-34 who feel called to teach God’s Word and would like to receive instruction and ongoing mentorship in this area. If that’s you, then you won’t want to miss this – or if you know someone else who would benefit from this, send them our way!

For more information and to sign up, go to: expositorscollective.com
On the website you can see a list of some of the Bible teachers who will be coming in to lead this event.

Spaces are limited, so sign up soon!

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How to Not Be Boring

I gave a talk this past July at the Expositors Collective event in Denver which was posted this week on the Expositors Collective Podcast.

The message was on the topic of homiletics, which is the art of preaching well.

In the talk I described why it is that someone can present a message which is accurate and true, and yet so crushingly boring that it makes you want to cry. I also give some instruction on how not to do that, and how to teach and preach well by tapping into the power of narrative. Finally I give a few very practical tips about structure, illustrations and preparation.

Check it out: