Archive for the 'Sermon – Preparation & Delivery' Category

THE SERMON TEXT

Thursday, June 16th, 2016

            (MORMON SCIENTIST DISPROVE MORMONISM THROUGH DNA, AND THE LACK OF LINGUISTIC,AND ARCHAEOLOGICAL EVIDENCE. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=svfxSscxh8o) By Ken Blue Several fallacies surround the idea that the text determines the sermon. It does not. For example, if you are going to preach a wedding, you already know the occasion and the subject. […]

ALBERT BARNS ON PREACHING

Friday, September 27th, 2013

Posted By Ken Blue Many preachers have no objective for the sermons they preach, other than to preach the sermon. They have no thought-out purpose, thus they expect little or no results. They are seldom disappointed. This article, written by Albert Barns, deals with the skill and preciseness that every pastor should learn to perfect […]

THE POWER OF USING POWERPOINT

Sunday, August 25th, 2013

            By Ken Blue  All appears quite on the home front. The brethren who were vehemently against PowerPoint have evidently seen the light, or retreated into a cave. There is no need for fear. There never was, but anything new terrifies the brethren, until they can convince others they came […]

THE SERMON

Thursday, June 28th, 2012

THE SERMON   By Ken Blue The sermon is never an end in itself, but rather, the means to an end. The question that should be asked concerning every sermon is, “what end do I want to achieve?” I am confident that the only goal of many pastors is to preach another sermon, because that […]

SOME TIPS ON PREACHING

Friday, February 17th, 2012

            By Ken Blue Sometimes we confuse ourselves with the importance of the message. It is the message that is all important. I have seen men who were more in love with the telling of the thing, than they are with the thing they tell. One young man prayed just […]

TOPICS FOR THOSE WHO CAN’T PREACH THE BIBLE

Thursday, April 22nd, 2010

PREACHING TOPICS THAT DEFY RIGHT DIVISION By Ken Blue Many pastors are searching for sermon topics to preach. Since some completely ignore the dispensation they are in, or they are ignorant of it, we will supply a few topics for them. These subjects will not help your people understand right divisions, but they will give them […]

THE WATER BOTTLE

Sunday, February 21st, 2010

By Ken Blue It is human to adopt the actions and habits of others; especially when we hold these people in admiration. Not that these practices are wrong, but they are amusing to say the least. Dr. Jack Hyles was plagued with a constant cough when he preached. Preacher boys who followed him unconsciously adopted […]

FLUFF IS NOT ENOUGH

Thursday, November 12th, 2009

FLUFF DOES NOT EDIFY By Ken Blue “Holding fast the faithful word as he hath been taught, that he may be able by sound doctrine both to exhort and to convince the gainsayers.” Titus 1:9. The man who knows the least, usually, talks the most and the loudest. This is a cover-up for his insecurity […]

GOOD PREACHING AIN’T GOOD PASTORING

Saturday, September 19th, 2009

By Ken Blue Bible colleges may be turning out good men who can preach, but most of them get an “F” when it comes to producing men who know how to pastor. One of the reasons for this failure is that none of the teachers or professors are pastors themselves; they are only textbook educators. […]

THE SERMON CONCLUSION

Sunday, July 26th, 2009

(MORMON SCIENTIST DISPROVE MORMONISM THROUGH DNA, AND THE LACK OF LINGUISTIC,AND ARCHAEOLOGICAL EVIDENCE. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=svfxSscxh8o)     By Ken Blue There are five parts to the sermon, they are: 1.) The Title, 2.) The Text, 3.) The Introduction, 4.) The Proposition, and 5.) The Conclusion. Although, much could be said about the construction of the sermon, […]