Cleophus Larue is one of the best-loved preachers and writers of his generation. In I Believe, I'll testify he offers practical insights about what makes for great preaching. Using telling anecdotes, he emphasizes that while great preaching comes from somewhere, it must also go somewhere. Preaching needs a purpose, one that will call the church forward. To do this, preachers must use the most artful language to send the word on its journey.