Endorsements

Henry Trocino, Jr., Get the Word Out: The Apostolic Mandate to Preach the Word (Cebu: Word of Life Publishing, 2006). (ISBN 978-971-93634-0-8)

“Get The Word Out!” seeks to alleviate the anemic state of the pulpit today. Moreover, it derives timeless preaching principles through a careful exegesis of 2 Tim. 4:1-4. That alone makes this book worthwhile reading.
Roy S. Verzosa, BSCE, MDiv, DMin
Founder/Director, Apollos Project, Philippines

Brother Henry has written a very challenging piece of work. Those who read this book will not only profit from it; but will be challenged to learn more about Biblical exegesis.
Gadiel T. Isidro, BTh, MDiv, ThM, DD
Founder and President, El Theological Seminary, Cebu City
Founding Pastor, El International Church, CA/Cebu City
Author: Spiritual Birth and Christian Nurture (Evangelical Life, 2003); Isidro Annotated New Testament (2005)

By this serious effort to expound the Word, Henry Trocino risks being criticized for scholastic tedium and pedantry. But pastors and Bible teachers should note his use of tools and electronic exegetical means and conclude that superficial preaching is all the more intolerable.
Luis L. Pantoja, Jr., BTh, MDiv, STM, ThD
Senior Pastor, Greenhills Christian Fellowship, Pasig City
Founding President, Philippine Evangelical Theological Research Association (PETRA)
Author: Scattered: The Filipino Global Presence (LifeChange, 2004); Wisdom for the Whys (Petra, 2005)

For any person who is committed to the authority of Scripture and who desires to expound its meaning in our world, Henry Trocino’s guide will be helpful.
Steven M. Wilkinson, AAS, BSME, MDiv, PhD
Professor of New Testament, Cebu Graduate School of Theology, Cebu City
Preaching Elder, Northview Christian Fellowship, Cebu City

Pastors, Bible teachers, students, and speakers alike will find the book a helpful tool in communicating the timeless truth. It is bound to rekindle the passion for exegetical and expository preaching.
Jude Pedrajas, BTh, MDiv
Pastor and Professor in Biblical Languages, Bacolod City

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