Dr. Larry Moyer
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Just for Preachers: A Check List for Speaking Clearly
September 14, 2017
There is nothing God-honoring about being so confusing that people have difficulty following you. I’d love to share my typical checklist...
Gospel Opportunities Following Tragic Events
September 11, 2017
A church follows its leaders. If you want your church to be evangelistic, they must see and hear your burden for non-Christians from you...
Don't Speak At Your Audience, Speak To Them
August 17, 2017
Preaching has changed, largely because the audience has changed. The people in the pew don’t want someone to shout at them or speak down...
Just For Preachers: Making a Mental Shift
July 13, 2017
Sometimes, as preachers, we need to speak with so many other details on our minds, particularly administrative issues. How do we make a...
Convincing New Christians to Come to Church
July 10, 2017
Many today have given up on the church. Whether this is because of their upbringing, their personal experiences, or their own beliefs,...
Just For Preachers: Encouraging Unbelievers To Trust Christ In Their Seats
June 15, 2017
A very effective way of giving an invitation at the end of an evangelistic message is to encourage unbelievers to trust Christ in their...
Event Evangelism Done Properly
June 12, 2017
When event evangelism is executed well, it aids personal evangelism. Sometimes it plants a seed of spiritual things in a person. Other times...
Just For Preachers: Preachers Need To Be Around Non-Christians
May 11, 2017
Every preacher needs to be purposeful in his contacts and conversations with the lost. As preachers, Scripture admonishes us to “do the...
The Dangers Of Confusing Terminology
May 8, 2017
I sometimes hear church leaders reference a new believer as someone who “trusted Christ for the first time.” Obviously, I know what they...
Just For Preachers: Don’t Look Over Your Audience
April 13, 2017
A communicator has to speak in such a way that a particular person in his audience feels that you’re not simply speaking to everybody...