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Dog In A Raincoat and Destabilization Part II

Dog In A Raincoat Why so stingy with the challenging, confronting and requiring some period of self-reflection?  Isn’t this what should go on every week?  How can anyone preach a sermon based on the Bible that is not challenging and … Continue reading

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Dog In A Raincoat and Destabilization Part I

Destabilization As I was peering out the front window from behind the living room curtain (something I do more times a day than I want to admit—you never know who could be around—and that white panel van is still parked … Continue reading

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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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