Item description for Go Preach!: A Primer for Beginning Preachers by John P. Gilbert...
Overview This book offers practical tips for persons who are called on to preach occasionally but who are not formally trained as pastors. Gilbert includes just enough theory to support the practice. A bibliography provides specific suggestions for readers wishing to explore preaching in more detail. Primary users of this resource: lay speakers using the Lay Speakers Preach Advanced Course; local church pastors; student pastors who have not had formal preaching training; preachers seeking a basic refresher; others who are called upon to preach in their pastor's absence.
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Studio: Discipleship Resources
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 9.06" Width: 5.94" Height: 0.36" Weight: 0.48 lbs.
Release Date May 1, 2003
Publisher Discipleship Resources
ISBN 0881773840 ISBN13 9780881773842
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More About John P. Gilbert
Gilbert is a graduate of Boston University School of Theology. Jack spent twenty-eight years with The United Methodist Publishing House in curriculum resource development and distribution.
John P. Gilbert currently resides in the state of Tennessee. John P. Gilbert was born in 1936.
Reviews - What do customers think about Go Preach!: A Primer for Beginning Preachers?
Good Resource for Substitute Church Preachers Sep 21, 2005
This book is part of the curriculum for the United Methodist Lay Speaking course on Preaching. It gives good, solid, basic information that would help anyone who is called in to preach in a church. Obviously, as with all books, some parts of the book are better than others. The fashion advice is perhaps not the only viewpoint one would consider, but on the whole, this is a valuable resource if one finds oneself in the situation of being asked to fill a pulpit now and again. If you are taking a United Methodist Lay Speaking course on preaching, this book should be supplied to you upon registration, so buying it independently would be unnecessary.