By Joe Mckeever on Sep 19, 2018
Sure, it seems like a no-brainer, but what if you're a "right-brained preacher"?
By Joe Mckeever on Nov 27, 2013
Let Joe McKeever tell you about the day he took a lesson from Warren Wiersbe.
By Jeff Medders on Jul 17, 2012
"I used to always enter the pulpit with outline in hand; but no longer. I now preach from a full manuscript — 2,500 words or so."
By Darrin Patrick on Oct 24, 2013
Manuscript, outline or notes: Every system has its strengths ... and weaknesses.
By Erik Raymond on May 14, 2012
"I have never met a preacher who did not want to increase the effectiveness of his sermon. The question is where to start?"
By Peter Mead on Oct 31, 2012
When you stand in the pulpit, you should tell the truth, but that's not your only job--it's just the start.
By Lane Sebring on Oct 13, 2014
Some preachers love them; others would never use them. Are they helpful or not?
By Joe Hoagland on Nov 6, 2015
"I don’t really use an outline: it just gets in the way of me being free up there.” (I used to say that, too)
By Ken Collins on Jan 31, 2015
You can learn how to preach a well-organized sermon off the cuff.
By Darrin Patrick on Apr 11, 2018
Do you use a full manuscript, an outline, or something in between when you preach?
By John Mcclure on Mar 9, 2012
It's a daring move: slash your outline! Your congregation will love you, and they'll remember more.
By Chris Surber on Nov 6, 2014
Perhaps your sermon outline is actually a sermon series. Can you tell the difference?
By Joe Mckeever on Sep 22, 2011
Alone, catchy points on sermon outlines cannot move people any more than a skeleton will move with no meat on its bones.
By Peter Mead on Mar 15, 2013
Your sermon outline looks so good on paper, but how you transition from one point to another is just as important.
By Mark Moore on Sep 17, 2013
We pay attention to our well-crafted manuscripts and outlines. But, honestly, how many of us are paying attention to the voice of God while we are preaching?