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Preaching for Impact

By Kel Willis

Many people are being turned off church these days due to preaching which is bland, purposeless and irrelevant. This book shows the contemporary preacher how to effectively bring key elements together in the process of sermon preparation and delivery. 

About this book

The Sunday church service, where most sermons are preached, is one of the most important public expressions of what the church is. It is the shop window whereby people who ‘just drop in’ assess our relevance to them.


One reason for falling church attendance and an increasing number of shallow, immature Christians with little real understanding of their faith is the decline in able pulpit ministry. Many people are being turned off church these days due to preaching which is bland, purposeless and irrelevant.


Acknowledging the work of the Holy Spirit, the impact of any sermon upon its hearers is determined by a number of factors:

  • Clear objectives

  • Prayerful preparation

  • Interesting content

  • An attention-grabbing introduction

  • A clear outline

  • Effective illustrations

  • Professional presentation

  • A convincing conclusion

 

This book shows the contemporary preacher how to effectively bring these elements together in the process of sermon preparation and delivery. It will prove to be invaluable for both the experienced and novice preacher, and can be used as a teaching tool for preaching classes.

Preaching for Impact

For both the beginner and the experienced preacher

Author:   Kel Willis

Available formats:   Paperback or Ebook

$7.95   RRP Paperback

$3.95   RRP Ebook

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