I’ve enjoyed what others have said about preaching:
“A sermon is a proclamation of the generous love of God in Christ, or it is not a Christian sermon”
– Norman Pittenger
“Unless those who are in the office of preacher find joy in him who sent them, they will have much trouble.”
– Martin Luther
“The half-baked sermon causes spiritual indigestion.”
– Austin O’Malley
“Our business is to present that which is timeless in the particular language of our own age.”
– C.S. Lewis
“The aim of preaching is not the elucidations of the subject, but the transformation of a person.”
– Halford E. Luccock
I do believe that preaching is not about sharing information, no matter how interesting, as it is about the transformation of both the preacher and the listener. In my experience, there is a great chance of such transformation by preaching a message more fully through series preaching.
Here you will find Sermon Series overviews: they match the church year, include a title for the series, and for each sermon in it, with extensive notes on the themes for each week, comments on the matching scriptures from the three-year lectionary (mostly the Gospels), and with helpful suggested life-application points for each sermon.
Click the link below to see the available sermon series for each year.
All sermon series overviews are delivered via digital download after purchase. When payment is completed you will receive a confirmation email with a link to the product document. Each is provided in the Microsoft Word Docx format.