We all have the potential to have an impact. It comes down to possessing the tools to have an impact effectively. Miguel Lebron (co-founder of TQP Ministries) has been preaching, teaching and mentoring for over 10 years now. Over that time period, he has received many questions, some of which can be considered common. In this series titled 10 Frequently Asked Questions Miguel Lebron will answer those questions that appear over and over again.



On this episode, Miguel Lebron answers the question: What Is The Difference In Preparing A Preaching And A Lesson?

Preach the word; be ready in season and out of season; rebuke, correct, and encourage with great patience and teaching.

2 Timothy 4:2 CSB


The Lord’s servant must not quarrel, but must be gentle to everyone, able to teach, and patient,

2 Timothy 2:24 CSB


  • Similarities.
    1. Require a plan/ outline
      • Title
      • Verse
      • Focus
    2. Target audience
      • Who are you talking to?
      • What are you talking about?
    3. Objective
      • How do you want your audience to react or what is the call to action?
    4. What? So what? Now what?
    5. Receptiveness


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Become A Better Preacher

"Typically, we distinguish between preaching and teaching. Preaching involves such things as exhortation, exposition, admonition, encouragement, and comfort, while teaching is the transfer of information and instruction in various areas of content. In practice, however, there is much overlap between the two. Preaching must communicate content and include teaching, and teaching people the things of God cannot be done in a neutral manner but must exhort them to heed and obey the Word of Christ." - R.C. Sproul

(The Difference Between Preaching & Teaching)