Professors don’t produce preachers. Preachers are hewn out of the rough granite of experience and time. The author had the privilege of sitting down with some of the most notable preachers of our day, including John Piper, John MacArthur, and R.C. Sproul. This book is an accounting of what he learned from these true “professors” of the craft. But, it is also more than a book on preaching. It’s about a journey every preacher must take if he is to be a fearless proclaimer of Christ in a room full of critics. It is about finding one’s own voice. In this sense it also applies to everyone who struggles to overcome the fear of man in their devotion to Christ.