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A longer preparation window reduces anxiety, fosters creativity, and makes us more attentive to the Holy Spirit.
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Anyone so articulate in an article can surely preach with power and clarity. Excellent.
I have long practiced the two week sermon cycle. I have never done well dealing with the pressure of putting together a sermon in one day or even one week. I need time for the text to peculate in my soul. And there is always the unexpected "emergency" of a member who needs to talk with the pastor for a few minutes. With the two week window, you can deal with sudden emergencies and still stay on track.
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