Murders and Mayhem—Preaching in Tragic Times
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In the early morning hours of Christmas Eve 2012, police officer Jennifer Sebena was gunned down by her husband, an ex-Marine. Both the victim and her husband shooter were members of Elmbrook Church in Wisconsin. Over 2,000 people attended the funeral, including about 1,000 uniformed officers. In this week's featured sermon—"Mediation for a Fallen Police Officer"—Stuart Briscoe provides a masterful model for how to preach in tragic times. You will be deeply moved and deeply blessed.
This week we also feature:
- Skills Article: "Finding Your Own Preaching Voice" with Lawrence Aker III
- Illustration: Orchestra Formed at Garbage Dump
- Video: The Gift of a New start
Managing Editor, PreachingToday.com
P.S. You're going to love this week's skills article—"Finding Your Own Preaching Voice." Lawrence Aker III, the senior pastor of the Cornerstone Baptist Church in Brooklyn, New York, offers some solid advice about letting God use you in the pulpit.
After pastoring churches in Minnesota and on Long Island (most recently the Three Village Church), Matt Woodley now lives in Chicago and serves as the Managing Editor for PreachingToday.com.
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