WordPartners’ Global Ministries Director Todd Kelly recently caught up with the Reverend Dick Lucas after the EMA Conference in London. Lucas’ preaching ministry and training of expositors have influenced many top evangelical preachers including Kent Hughes, David Helm, Alistair Begg, William Taylor, and Vaughan Roberts. Tim Keller says that he owes “a debt [he] can never repay” to Dick Lucas.
In our time with Dick, we shared with him how his legacy through Proclamation Trust is reaching into over 40 countries across the world through WordPartners Training program, in many cases taking training to the literal ends of the earth.
We thought it would be valuable to have Dick share his story, the story of Proclamation Trust, and talk about the life-giving power of God’s Word.
Read the transcript of the interview:
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