Heroes of the Faith Speak: Seven Monologues
CSS Publishing, Jun 1, 2003 - 78 pages
Learn the fascinating stories of seven historical and biblical personages in this wide-ranging collection of first-person monologue sermons from the pen of popular CSS author Stephen Crotts. Perfect for presentation from the pulpit, these delightfully creative pieces are excellent for varying routine preaching fare or covering pastoral vacations. And the concise biographical portraits also make informative programming for men's, women's, or youth groups, as well as inspiring devotional reading. Characters profiled include:
The tenth leper (from the parable in Luke 17:11-19)
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