Message from the President
As a young preacher, my philosophy of preaching was shaped by the late Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. and Dr. Robert Smith Jr. of Beeson Divinity School. Dr. King viewed “preaching ministry as a dual process” involving the individual and society. This implies the preacher is a priest and prophet. Dr. Smith considers the purpose of preaching to be the transformation of the hearer. Therefore, the preacher is a change agent.
As I reflect on the history of the Evangelical Homiletics Society, I believe we embody the principles of being binary and transforming. Read more ›
We are excited to announce two new competitions for students of preaching: