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Taking the Pressure Out of Sermon Prep

A longer preparation window reduces anxiety, fosters creativity, and makes us more attentive to the Holy Spirit.

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Patrick Lim

November 17, 2017  9:46am

Thank you.

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Tammy Shane

November 17, 2015  4:04pm

Thanks. Needed this.

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Pamela Duncan

November 03, 2015  6:23am

Awesome advice!!! Thank you so very much.

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Jacob Buurma

November 02, 2015  8:49am

Great article! It shows how sermon writing (and other forms of creative work) follow a different trajectory than other forms of labor. You can complete a painting project in a day and be done. But cramming sermon prep into a single day short-circuits the creative process and creates needless pressure. The 10-day concept is fantastic!

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Karli Baldwin

November 01, 2015  10:48pm

Thank you for your faithful leadership to leaders!

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