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5 ingredients for a biblically substantive and culturally relevant sermon.
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Thank God for this practical and blessed snippet on preaching. Loved it!
Pastor john tronconi
Good advice I will try this using one page to is good. I like to tell a story sometimes because I can relate the sermon better than for your idears.
Thanks so much for this. I have been preaching every week for more than a decade (Glory to God) and I started thinking of growth... doing it better and i found myself here thru Google (thank God for Google!). I like the four points you have given exegetical information, Illustriative, Theological reflections and Practical applications. Thanks Lenny!
Yes, there are some helpful suggestions but I found it amusing that all the points started with a C. Alliteration is one of the least effective tools to help people remember and often leads speakers to developing contrived words rather than those most helpful.
Lenny hit the nail right on the head!
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