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Expositors Collective

A weekly Religion, Spirituality and Christianity podcast featuring Mike Neglia
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In this session (recorded in Colorado Springs) Dominic Done speaks about the value of being understood by our hearers, many of whom struggle with doubt, skepticism or cynicism towards the church and the things of God. Dominic is speaking at our
Dr David Allen has spent his life preaching God’s Word and equipping others to do the same. He speaks with Mike about the allure and danger of plagiarism for preachers, as well as the true meaning of Text-Driven preaching; how to highlight what
In our first ever mail bag episode, Mike and Nick give their thoughts about what to do when you preach a real stinker of a sermon, ways to invest in small-group leaders and practical tips on how to incorporate prayer more thoughtfully into the
Andreas Köstenberger speaks with Mike Neglia on a broad range of topics related to personal formation and Bible study and proclamation.You will hear about:The formative role that both the joy of family and marriage have played as well as the pa
Cody King (former Cable Guy and current Pastor) talks to Nick Cady about bivocational ministry, diligence and study hacks to make the most of the limited time that we all have. Cody is the founding and Lead Pastor of Redemption Calvary in Comme
Jon Tyson speaks with Mike Neglia about learning from the best of various traditions and groupings within the Christian church in order to embody ‘Theology that cannot be dismissed and power that cannot be denied.’ They also discuss an upcoming
Conor Berry speaks with Mike Neglia about teaching and preaching the Bible with a pastoral heart that has been informed by formal counselling training. He also speaks about planning out sermon series, the importance of knowing the people that y
“A message born in the mind reaches the mind, but a message born in the heart reaches people’s hearts.” Eric Cartier invites us into his study and shares his sermon preparation routine with the attendees at our recent in-person training weekend
This episode features a rare mix of profoundly practical advice for today and keen insight into the ancient history of the church. Dr Gerald Bray speaks with Mike Neglia about how to preach the Psalms as a guest speaker and also some encouragem
The Bible makes sense in its deepest and richest capacity only when we read it through Jesus shaped goggles. When we see all of it through the lens of its Main Character - it should cause us to preach explicitly Christian sermons.Nick Cady (wit
The Christmas season is upon us! This is a unique time in the calendar year when nominal Christians and occasional visitors will come to your church to sing songs and listen to a sermon. How can we leverage this opportunity for the gospel? How
Sermon based small groups a powerful ministry opportunity that multiplies the reach of the pulpit. Dr. Alan Stoddard shares some of the ministry philosophy behind sermon based small groups as well as the Biblical precedent and tips and tricks t
Inductive Bible Study is a useful method that preachers use to study, interpret and apply the Bible. When we dig deep into the Bible in private, we can have confidence that we are standing on solid ground as we preach in public. Cody King speak
"When I teach I want to keep in mind the GENRE of what I am teaching. I want to remember what the conventions are of that genre and how do they inform my understanding of this text? I’m trying to follow the logic of the author, how he structure
To “exposit” is to explain. It comes from the same idea as expose. The idea is that something isn’t being created, but it is being exposed, discovered, explained. In expository Bible preaching, the words and thoughts of the preacher are directe
Ray Ortlund speaks with Mike about his Sunday morning routine, that consists of prayer and “major surgery” on his sermon manuscript, as well as an explanation of what his new post as a  Canon Theologian and Catechist actually entails. The major
Sundays are a big day for the preacher! Not only are we delivering the sermon, but often times  leading staff, coordinating volunteers, participating in public worship, welcoming visitors, greeting members and a million other things. We asked 8
The first few moments of your sermon might be more important than anything else that comes after them, because some of your hearers will decide if you are worth listening to or not, depending on how you begin your time. Nick Cady speaks with fr
Sam’s first time talking about the Bible in public was to his youth group about a year after giving his life to the Lord. He’s thankful it was a young audience because, as he recalls, it was a disaster. He was young with no real guidance and ha
Dominic Done speaks with Mike Neglia about what pastors and preachers should know about the current deconstruction movement amongst young evangelicals. Why are so many thoughtful young people leaving the faith, or reshaping it into a more cultu
When we pray, God listens. When we pray from the pulpit, the entire gathered assembly listens as well. Pat Quinn believes that our public prayers should be thoughtful and instructive, as well as personal and devotional. He speaks with Mike abou
Al Pittman is the Senior Pastor of Calvary Worship Center in Colorado Springs, Colorado, as well as the author of several books and a musician.Al was born in Panama City, Florida. His father was a career soldier, and he traveled extensively as
Daniel Fusco wants to reach people from all walks of life and has taken the parable of the soils as ablueprint for his preaching style. He doesn’t want to focus on the good soil and miss out on all ofthe others. Daniel is purposeful in his serm
Wayne Taylor is the founding pastor and has been the lead Pastor of Calvary Fellowship Seattlefor 41 years. During this time, God used their church to help plant over 50 churches, about halflocally, and half globally. Recently, Wayne has transi
Super Doctor Reverend Jonathan Pennington (he said it, not us) is a professor, pastor, writer, podcaster, YouTuber and the list goes on. The first sermon Jonathan preached was in Isaiah 55 at a small church where he later served as the associat
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