Well-constructed sermons…

“Well-constructed sermons require unity, purpose, and application.” – Bryan Chapell in Christ-Centered Preaching, p. 44. 

I like where he’s going with this.  A friend of mine today asked me to provide feedback for one of his sermons.  I thought this was a step of genuine humility and leadership, as it was not necessary for him to make this request…it came on his own initiative.  He wanted to get better and make sure that he was communicating God’s Word in such a way that spoke to his listeners.  Thank you for those of you who take steps of maturity and want to be lifelong learners as you speak to others about the truths of God.

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