Writing a sermon is like building a house. There are 7 steps the construction of sermon goes through. We have already covered the first six steps: Step 1: Pray – Connect to the power source. Step 2: Scripture – Lay the foundation. Step 3: Big Idea – Build the frame. Step 4: Illustrations – Pick the carpet. Step […]
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Good preaching is overrated. There is a ton of advice out there on how to preach a good sermon. But what if you want to preach a bad sermon? Well, don’t worry. If you want to be a bad preacher, if you want to slack off on one of the most important duties as a […]
I am a closet preacher. By that I mean that I literally practice preaching in a closet. My wife makes fun of me. As newlyweds, we lived in the smallest one bedroom apartment imaginable. It was old, falling apart, and had the ugliest blue carpet you have ever seen. This carpet was so worn that it […]
Have you ever preached a bad sermon? I preached a bad sermon this week. It didn’t connect like I thought it would. The joke I thought was funny in my head, wasn’t funny when I said it out loud. My thoughts were scattered. I didn’t have a clear application. The “powerful” points fell flat. It […]
PREACH the Bible. PREACH it again. PREACH it again after that. PREACH when people like it. PREACH when people don’t. PREACH when they listen. PREACH when they don’t. PREACH when you are energized. PREACH when you are tired. Don’t stop PREACHING.