ProPoVedi.Org provides biblical and theological resources to anyone who might need them to teach in the church or for personal spiritual growth or otherwise, may not have ready access to such resources.  We are providing resources in Bulgarian rather than English, especially because Bulgarians have a limited amount of preaching materials available.

We have committed not to charge any subscription fees for the material on this site or charge fees for church and non-commercial educational use. ProPoVedi.Org does not receive any financial support from any denomination.  That means that we depend entirely on donations from people who use the site or share our vision for providing these resources in Bulgaria and worldwide.  So, we ask for your help.

If you find these resources useful in your personal Faith journey or ministry, we would appreciate a contribution or monthly donation to enable us to continue making them available. You may also make a specific donation to create an opportunity for ministers in Bulgaria to use the website.

ProPoVedi.Org was started in July 2002. We would like to put more resources on ProPoVedi.Org and keep it Bulgaria’s leading sermon resources website in the coming years. ProPoVedi.Org serves as our teaching cathedra and as our pulpit. So we intend to continue to use it as a tool for equipping Christian workers for ministry. We are looking for partners and sponsors who would support this wonderful ministry.

The impact of expository preaching John Stott formulates in what is called the Langham Logic.

If God wants his people to grow up, which He does, and if they grow by the Word of God, which they do, and if the Word of God comes to us mainly through preaching, which it does,

then the logical question to ask is:
“What can we do to raise the standards of biblical preaching?”

Because then the Word of God will come more effectively to the people of God, and they will grow up to the glory of God Himself.

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