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Jeff Kennedy

October 12, 2007  4:51pm

I do not agree. First, I don't think it's either or. Second, we have a ton of people who file the outlines, or put them in a notebook where they refer back to them. Which is good. If a preacher uses a fill in the blank outline, and preaches with kerygma - a passionate call to change - then the church and the kingdom will benefit. Most people like to be able to track with a speaker. Most people feel like preachers preach too long anyway. My suggestion is not to get rid of a superior visual aid, but to get rid of 50% of the verbose exposition that pastors get lost in. I think the church is suffering more from undisciplined preachers who ramble and take endless rabbit trails than passionate, disciplined thinkers who take them on a journey they can track with. PPT helps them keep up. No, they shouldn't outline their stories (like Nathan), but there should be some kind of discernable structure to the thing, or people check out. We should "make plain...this mystery" Eph 3:9

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