The charter of the church is to know and make known the glorious Christ. She exists to make much of Him, not herself, and she does this first by preaching the gospel. And by preaching we mean more than evangelism. For the first mark of the early church is represented by the fact that “they devoted themselves to the apostles’ teaching” (Acts 2:42). Apostolic preaching was the first object of devotion for the assembled church of God. Before the church was scattered to evangelize, they devoted themselves to the preaching and teaching of the apostles within their assembly. If the most important thing about us is what comes into our minds when we think about God, then the most important duty for God’s church is to guard what she feeds her mind. This message aims to enlarge our understanding of the place and provision of biblical preaching so that the church would make much of Christ through her primary ministry.