PreachingToday.com Invites Pastors to Browse Easter Sermon Outlines, Illustrations, and Videos
Contact: Brian Larson, Editor, 630-260-6200
Carol Stream, Ill., April 11, 2011 /Christian Newswire/ --With the Easter season just around the corner, this year's new holiday section at PreachingToday.com is helping pastors to bring the message of the crucifixion and resurrection alive. In addition to relevant illustrations, dozens of sermon ideas and outlines are available from today's top preachers such as Charles Swindoll, John Ortberg and Tim Keller. PreachingToday.com's recent partnership with Worship House Media now includes downloadable Easter videos, worship backdrops, and other media that pastors can use to bring their messages to life.
Pastors can even download a complimentary sermon outline of John Stott's The Up-To-The Minute Relevance of the Resurrection. From now until Easter, the site will feature a new sermon each week on Lent, Good Friday and Easter themes. Highlighted new sermons this season include:
"The First Hymn"
A beautiful retelling of the story of Christ's death and resurrection through the church's earliest hymn.
By Jeffrey Arthurs
A powerful message about how the death of Christ offers redemption to a broken world.
By Bryan Wilkerson
"Finding Freedom in Christ"
A classic sermon on finding freedom through the risen Christ.
By John Stott
"PreachingToday.com is the most comprehensive resource developed by pastors for pastors. One of our main goals is to 'catalyze preachers' thinking with a wide selection of sermon ideas and illustrations," says Brian Larson, editor of PreachingToday.com.
To get unlimited access to illustrations, sermon ideas, skill articles and more, pastors can try PreachingToday.com free for 30 days.
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