MA in Pastoral Ministry

PATH 637 - Seminar in Preaching (CRN:)

 

 

 

 

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Professor: Kennley Hall
Date: TBC
Location: Andrews University, Berrien Springs, MI
Course Description

An advanced preaching course emphasizing such topics as homiletical theory, history of preaching, persuasion, current preaching trends and models, and experimental preaching techniques. 

Participants in CHMN637 Seminar in Preaching will learn how to develop solid biblical sermons that are both authentically biblical and relevant to the target audience. Deliver sermons in a way that connects with and impacts the audience. Discover the pastor’s vital role in shaping worship and the role of preaching in big picture worship.

Students Learning Outcomes:

  1. Become familiar with contemporary literature in homiletics,
  2. Discover and use the literary forms of the Bible in sermon preparation and delivery
  3. Understand preaching definitions, styles and delivery methods
  4. Discover and develop the art of prophetic preaching
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