'Maurice Brown takes the time to highlight the benefits, techniques and practices of collaborative preaching. Through his experience of being a preacher for many years he brings a fresh approach to the construction and preparation of sermons. The method that he proposes is one that unites the congregation through the dialogue of the preacher listening to the voices of his listeners.' - Patrick A. Herbert, D.Min., Senior Pastor, Birmingham, England.
'Dr. Brown's call to widen the circle of organized listening and feedback is a needed supplement to the homiletical task. In healthcare, we have joint accreditation for hospitals. In higher education, we have associations that assess learning outcomes. In ministry, we have impressionistic and anecdotal feedback! Dr. Brown wants to change that. He argues that clerics can indeed benefit from regular, structured, and systematic feedback from parishioners on the need - meeting effectiveness of their sermons. While one may not agree with all of Dr. Brown's assertions, nevertheless, he deserves kudos for a well-written, well conceived, and well designed contribution to the ministry of preaching.' - Leslie N. Pollard, PhD (New Testament), D.Min (Preaching and Worship), MBA (Organizational Management), Vice-President, Loma Linda University, Loma Linda, California.
Maurice Brown received his Doctor of Ministry degree in Preaching from Northern Baptist Theological Seminary, a member of the Association of Chicago Theological Schools. He has conducted seminars at pastors and elders' retreats in England, Bermuda, and Jamaica. Married to Launa Brown, he is the father of five children; Eric, Anne, Michael, Jeffrey, and Jacynth.
|Produto sob encomenda||Sim|
|Marca||Essence Publishing POD|
|Ano da edição||2009|
|Número de Páginas||176|
|Autor||Dr. Maurice Brown|