Pastoral Preaching

by Conrad Mbewe

More and more pulpits are occupied by motivational speakers rather than preachers. Church congregations are not being given a comprehensive, biblical understanding of the faith. Drawing on his own experience as a pastor in Zambia, Conrad Mbewe tackles issues such as the content of pastoral preaching, how pastoral preaching relates to church life, finding the time to prepare pastoral sermons, and dealing with discouragement. Throughout the book, it is clear that the author’s conviction is to see preachers grow strong churches, to build a people for God.


About the Author

CONRAD MBEWE holds a PhD, MPhil and an MA in Pastoral Theology from the Univerity of Pretoria as well as a BSc in Mining Engineering from the University of Zambia. Having previously trained and worked as a mining engineer in the Zambian copper mines he answered God’s call and became pastor of Kabwata Baptist Church in 1987. Since then he has continued to work in Lusaka as well as establishing twenty new churches in Zambia and surrounding countries. Dr Mbewe is a keen writer: he currently maintains a column in a weekly national Zambian newspaper, acts as editor for the magazine Reformation Zambia and has published several books. He is married to Felistas and they have five children.

Book Information

  • Author: Conrad Mbewe
  • ISBN: 9781783681808
  • Category: Equipping Leaders
  • Region: Africa
  • Publisher: Langham Publishing
  • Publishing Date: 03/03/2017
  • Number of Pages: 208



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