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Why Are We So Often Boring? (Fyall)

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Bob Fyall’s Why Are We So Often Boring? sets forth a clear discussion around the issues around expositional preaching to pastors, church leaders and students. With social, economic, political and health concerns inherent in many congregations, writing a sermon can be an exercise in balancing a tough equation; how to rely on the truth and relate it to people’s lives.

The purpose of this book is to enthuse, encourage and stimulate those who teach the Bible.  Fyall encourages teachers to rely less on behavioural and attitude centred questions, and more on God’s omnipotent work in the congregation’s hearts.

Realistic and down to earth, this book is full of Biblical insights and unswerving confidence in the whole sweep of Scripture. It contains many memorable nuggets of exposition, information and practical hints to set the beginner on the right road, to stimulate the weary and jaded and to stir up every preacher to work hard in order to do the task better.
David Jackman, Past President, The Proclamation Trust, London
About the Author
Bob Fyall retired as Senior Tutor at Cornhill, Scotland and Associate Minister at the Tron Church, Glasgow, a few years ago. He also ministered in Durham for many years both pastoring a church and teaching in Theological College. In retirement he continues to write and preach as opportunity offers.