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How to Write Narrative Sermons

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Willow City Press 2002

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$6.99

Overview

Learn how to use the power of the story to awaken the imagination of postmodern audiences and teach them the powerful truths of the Bible in a form they can easily follow—that they’ll want to follow. In How to Write Narrative Sermons, Dr. James L. Wilson explains the concept and includes examples and instructions on writing five different types of narrative sermons. It also shows how to design organic worship services to help non-linear, visual thinkers connect with their Creator.

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Key Features

  • Explains the concept of narrative sermons
  • Assists readers in writing their own sermons
  • Includes instructions for five different kinds of narrative sermons

Contents

  • Gone Fishing
  • Biblical Narratives
  • Weaver Sermon
  • Punch Line Preaching
  • Who Done It? Preaching
  • Serial Preaching
  • Narrative Services

Product Details

  • Title: How to Write Narrative Sermons
  • Author: Jim L. Wilson
  • Publisher: Willow City Press
  • Publication Date: 2002
  • Pages: 147

About Jim L. Wilson

Jim L. Wilson started preaching when he was 17 and became a pastor when he was 18. He is the director of the Doctor of Ministry Program and an associate professor of leadership formation at Golden Gate Baptist Theological Seminary, where he teaches leadership and preaching seminars to DMin candidates.

Wilson is an award-winning writer with hundreds of pieces in print in 60+ publications, including some published by Christianity Today International, Focus on the Family, and Lifeway Christian Resources. He is author, contributor, or coauthor of more than a dozen books, including Future Church and Soul Shaping.

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