Powerful Preaching: A Guest Post By Abram Kidd*

  A few years ago, I discovered that when some Tanzanians say someone “really preached” (Swahili – alihubiri sana), they refer more to the preacher’s profuse sweating, theatrics, and authoritative roar than the sermon content.  This illustrated to me the important point that cultural understandings affect the delivery of Christian messages as well as the content.  This needs more discussion in the African Church today.  … Continue reading Powerful Preaching: A Guest Post By Abram Kidd*