Is preaching dead - or at least dying? In a digital age, where congregations have unprecedented access to resources, do we still need sermons?
John Stott's I BELIEVE IN PREACHING has been essential reading for ministers, students and lay preachers for over three decades. Its message is as relevant today as ever.
'I do believe in preaching. . . I believe that nothing is better calculated to restore health and vitality to the Church or to lead its members into maturity in Christ than a recovery of true, biblical, contemporary preaching.' John Stott
This edition also contains a brand new introduction form the original series editor Michael Green.
John Stott is regarded as key influence in modern-day Christianity whose work has shaped the faith of a generation. Alongside a worldwide teaching and preaching ministry, he founded the London Institute for Contemporary Christianity and was Rector of All Souls, Langham Place