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5 ingredients for a biblically substantive and culturally relevant sermon.
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Thank God for this practical and blessed snippet on preaching. Loved it!
Pastor john tronconi
Good advice I will try this using one page to is good. I like to tell a story sometimes because I can relate the sermon better than for your idears.
Thanks so much for this. I have been preaching every week for more than a decade (Glory to God) and I started thinking of growth... doing it better and i found myself here thru Google (thank God for Google!). I like the four points you have given exegetical information, Illustriative, Theological reflections and Practical applications. Thanks Lenny!
Good stuff Lenny
Really like these four kind of sermons. Just yesterday, as I made a presentation for my agency, The Pastor had the second sermon on a two part series, "Who is Jesus" He "covered" the 7 I Am in the Gospel of John. It was certainly "biblically shallow". What Lenny says about hit the bull's eye is very important. So often preachers have no bull's eye or several.
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