The Need for Repetition in Sermons

Right in the middle of the campus of The Baptist College of Florida, there is a six-acre lake. Lake Albert is a great place for students and guests to enjoy a relaxing afternoon of fishing or picnicking. The lake is named for the conservationist who got the la... Read More »

Should Every Sermon Have One Main Idea?

How many of us have eagerly awaited the preaching of a favorite text only to hear an emphasis different than the main point?  Everything the preacher said may have been true, and helpful in a sense, but it feels a bit like getting the wrong entree at a nice r... Read More »

Turning a Truth Statement into a Sermonic Sentence

Perhaps you’ve noticed the trend: church members tweeting out a profound, biblically faithful, theologically deep, and well-crafted sentence that was originally spoken by his or her pastor in his sermon that Sunday morning. No doubt that the profundity, bibl... Read More »

How Do Preachers Arrive at the Homiletical Idea of a Text?

It was not simply the popcorn and peanuts in a box of Cracker Jacks that excited us as kids; it was the prize at the bottom. The prize at the bottom was not conspicuous. It was hidden underneath the sweet content in the box. We had to dig for it. We had to sea... Read More »

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