An evangelist who handles the Scripture carefully should not misuse or abuse the text. Nor should he take a text and leap from it. He is not to preach a word. He is to preach the Word.
The preaching that is needed in evangelism today is often referred to as expository evangelistic preaching. It’s preaching that unfolds Scripture in such a way that the audience does not just know what the evangelist said, but knows where in the Bible God said it first. In so doing, he has not preached his thoughts about God but instead God’s thoughts about us.
Veteran evangelist Dr. Larry Moyer shows church leaders three things that must characterize expository, evangelistic preaching. This resource also includes a sample sermon based off John 3:16.
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