A Primer on Biblical Preaching

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It is Monday morning. Though you delivered a sermon yesterday, another Sunday is on the way. The week passes, and you have a growing anxiety about what you will tell your parishioners. You have to say something. It is Saturday night, and you are clueless. Yet, the people at church are counting on you. Sound familiar?

 

Jerry Sutton s A Primer on Biblical Preaching is an introduction to the discipline of sermon preparation and delivery. This guide is designed to help those learning to preach cultivate the discipline necessary to become effective communicators of God s Word. It also provides a sound refresher course for those who have been engaged in the preaching ministry. Sutton explores important subjects that include the context of preaching, character development, methodology, and sources for pertinent subjects. In addition, Sutton provides a history of preaching, including a study of some of the great preachers and their sermons.

 

A Primer on Biblical Preaching can help you escape the trap of the Saturday night special. Join Sutton on a journey that will give you the practical skills to preach high-quality biblical sermons on a consistent basis.

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This is a good practical aid for any preacher.

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<font size=3><font face="Times New Roman"><b>Jerry Sutton</b> earned his M.Div and Ph.D degrees from Southwestern Seminary. He worked as a Senior Pastor for 32 years, taught Preaching and Church History at Liberty Baptist Theological Seminary, and presently serves as VP for Academic Development and Dean of the Faculty at Midwestern Seminary in Kansas City. Jerry and his wife, Fern, have two adult daughters. </font></font>

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