A little bit ago, I re-posted an article on “Cotton Candy Sermons?” It sparked a conversation that included questions about whether candy and milk were the same thing in that
Is your preaching substantive? Does your preaching foster transformation? In an old post on the Preaching Today Blog that is no longer available. The TheoCentric Preaching Blog quotes an old
Sermon Titling is something that some consider to be irrelevant while others consider it to be very important. Sermons in the Black Preaching Tradition are often known to be titled well. Sometimes a great title will evoke praise or contemplation from the congregation before the sermon even begins. Because of this I have spent a little time thinking about titles. You can find interesting posts on sermon titles on this website here.
In my sermon consulting work, one of the deficiencies that I often find in sermons is that they often have a sermon that is more than one sermon. Preaching more
In my sermon consulting work, sometimes individuals indicate difficulty finding something to “celebrate.” As you know, celebration is the time in the sermon where we intellectually experience the truth of