Preaching And Intimacy

Preparing the Message and the Messenger

Media Information:

Categories: Book Collection.
Author(s): Bugg (Charles B.).
Publication Dates: 1999.
Publisher(s): Smyth & Helwys Publishing.
Subject(s): Preaching and Religious.
Format(s): Softcover.

Copies in the Resource Center:

  • BV 4211.2 .B827 1999
  • Summary:

    Intimacy has multiple meanings for preaching. It affirms the crucial role the messenger has in the message. It is the quality that helps to establish a relationship between the hearer and the speaker. It is a “holistic” approach to preaching. Designed to help both the student and the practicing minister to communicate more effectively, Preaching and Intimacy begins with the preacher as a person and moves through the components that are essential to preaching. Attention is given to a minister’s relationship with God, his/her feelings about himself/herself, how to imaginatively engage a biblical text, how to think of the listeners, and then how to address and deliver a sermon. Emphasis is put on the preacher’s investment in the sermon so that when it is spoken, it is authentic and real.


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