Thabiti Anyabwile…’Nuff Said

Thabiti Anyabwile…’Nuff Said

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[smart_track_player url="http://traffic.libsyn.com/preacherscollege/_EP2__Thabiti_Anyabwile-Nuff_Said_FINAL.mp3" social_email="true" ] Thabiti is a council member of The Gospel Coaltion, a Pastor at Anacostia River Church, Author, Speaker, and a long-distance mentor to many of us. He will help us craft effective introductions, help us with Gospel centered preaching, and share some of the mistakes he’s made in preaching. I (Daniel Weldegebriel) met Pastor Thabiti years ago and he's become a long distance mentor and friend in my life. His writings and thinking are insightful, helpful, and profound. His preaching is world class and he is one of the leading voices in this generation especially around the conversation of Biblical Justice. I would encourage you to read his books, follow him on social media, and stay abreast of his ministry. He will challenge you, encourage you, and God will use him to…
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What is The Preachers’ College Podcast?

What is The Preachers’ College Podcast?

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My name is Daniel Weldegebriel. I'm the Founder and Chief Encouragement Officer of The Preachers' College. In this episode I take ten minutes to explain who I am and the vision behind the Podcast. At the end of the day it's all about souls. We follow the legacy of Spurgeon, who followed the legacy of the Apostle Paul, who followed the instruction of The Lord Jesus to reach people. A phrase you'll hear around here a lot is the idea of "The One." Jesus was notorious for taking time out of His busy life just to interact with and reach "The One." We do all of this for "The One." For The One Preacher who's just getting started and needs some basic tools. For The One Preacher who has been…
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Great Preaching- What is it?

Great Preaching- What is it?

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“...the difference between good preaching and great preaching lies mainly in the work of the Holy Spirit in the heart of the listener as well as the preacher.”- Dr. Timothy Keller   I’ll never forget the first time I ever preached a sermon. I was in the seventh grade and I was a leader in the local Christian club in my middle school. I was interested in God and knew a few things about Him. I gave my afterlife to Jesus but I never surrendered my actual life to Him. I was what they used to call a Sunday/Wednesday Christian. I preached a horrible sermon that involved almost eighteen points about gratitude and what it looks like to walk in biblical gratitude in different areas of our lives. I don’t…
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