Lloyd John Ogilvie Institute of Preaching
Where Worship, Preaching, and Justice Converge
The Ogilvie Institute’s vision is to proclaim Jesus Christ and to catalyze a movement of empowered, wise preachers, who seek justice, love mercy, and walk humbly with God, leading others to join God’s mission in the world.
Micah Groups and More
The Ogilvie Institute was established in 2011 to equip and enable a brave, bold breed of preachers for the 21st century church. The Institute recognizes the great need that society has for preachers who can preach with passion.
Micah Groups is the primary program that brings this vision to life. To date, more than 1300 preachers and church leaders around the world have joined this multiethnic, transdenominational movement of men and women leading the church to address pressing issues of justice while serving an ever more fragmented church.
Our Most Recent Blog Posts
Micah Groups Facilitator Training — Online! — October 2020
September 4, 2020
This small group, fully immersive, online training will give you tools for facilitating in cross-cultural situations, engaging complex topic... Read More
Doing Micah Online?
August 14, 2020
Micah Groups content is available for use in your own groups—whether a traditional Micah Group of church leaders or a small group from you... Read More
When Great Trees Fall
July 22, 2020
A Providential Encounter for a Washington, DC Micah Group It was pure providence that John Lewis came to our screening of Selma. In January ... Read More
The Ogilvie Institute on YouTube
Visit our YouTube channel for regular videos to help you plan your worship services. Our current series is on "at home" sermons during a time of social distancing.
Ogilvie Sermon Archives
The Ogilvie Institute is honored to host the online collection of Dr. Ogilvie’s library and archived sermons. The David Allan Hubbard Library has catalogued all of these resources, which are available for research. We are grateful for the special gifts from the Let God Love You Board, and in particular the work of George Bayz, who made it possible for these video resources to be available online.
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