What Preachers Can Learn from Tom Brady: Part 3

by W. Jackson Watts (Part 1 and Part 2 of this article appeared earlier on our site. They can be accessed by clicking on the hyperlinks). Committed to the Team (Collaboration) Over the last year or two, news outlets have reported several times on a friction in the…

What Preachers Can Learn from Tom Brady: Part 2

by W. Jackson Watts (Part 1 of this article appeared earlier on our site. It can be accessed here.) Attention to Detail (Focus) Brady is well-known for his commitment to film study. Studying the film from actual games is a large component of game preparation for coaches and…

What Preachers Can Learn from Tom Brady

by W. Jackson Watts This past Sunday, for the ninth time in 18 years as a starting quarterback, Tom Brady of the New England Patriots played in the Super Bowl. He had won five of his previous eight trips to football’s biggest game (and America’s most watched sporting…

Kevin Hester & “Trinitarian Preaching”

by Theological Commission Recently the Commission for Theological Integrity hosted its annual Symposium on the campus of Hillsdale FWB College. Among the many excellent papers presented was Dr. Kevin Hester’s entitled “Trinitarian Preaching: On the Father, in the Son, and through the Holy Spirit.” It was extremely well-received, and…

A Few Borrowed Words about Plagiarism

by Randy Corn Recently I produced a post for this blog entitled “Whose Sermon Is It?” The subject was plagiarism, and I had been motivated to explore this at the request of a friend. This fellow minister is one of those guys in “denominational leadership,” which means that…