Monthly Archives: March 2008

What Sermons Are About

How to Preach Real, Relevant, Relational and Revolutionary Sermons What Sermons Are About Sermons are about Jesus. You don’t have to mention Jesus.  Sometimes it is better not to.  Hide what you have to, use what ever rhetorical device or … Continue reading

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Why I Lie

How to Preach Real, Relevant, Relational and Revolutionary Sermons Why I Lie It is not completely honest for preachers to think they are being themselves while preaching. I can not think this it is just me up in front of … Continue reading

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Colombo and the Dialectical Method

How to Preach Real, Relevant, Relational and Revolutionary Sermons Colombo and the Dialectical Method I refuse to believe that people will not listen to sermons. Yes, it is true that most congregates in most churches can not remember the theme, … Continue reading

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This is Perception Theory

This is Perception Theory Perception theory says, that when a thing (person, work of art, theory, idea, belief, band, flower) is put into the service of an ideology and that ideology has sufficient power to energize (promulgate, distribute, sell) said … Continue reading

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Choosing the Text

How to Preach Real, Relevant, Relational and Revolutionary Sermons Choosing the Text OK.  This is harder than you think.  First what is the text.  Where did it come from?  Did you pick it yourself or was it prescribed by the … Continue reading

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