Principle Preaching: How to Create and Deliver Sermons for Life Applications
by John Bisagno
Principle preaching, defined as preaching life-changing principle-based sermons, is the style of preaching that John Bisagno, recently retired pastor, has been using for nearly fifty years in ministry. Principle preaching takes biblical principles and infuses them into the narrative preached. As a result, the listener obtains life application principles they can put into practice in their daily life—immediately. Principle Preaching includes over forty chapters featuring principle sermons from both Old and New Testament characters such as Adam and Eve, Noah, Abraham, Mary and Joseph, Peter, Pilate, and Timothy.
- Title: Principle Preaching: How to Create and Deliver Sermons for Life Applications
- Author: John R. Bisagno
- Publisher: Broadman and Holman
- Publication Date: 2002
- Pages: 208
About John R. Bisagno
John R. Bisagno has spent nearly fifty years in ministry, pastoring for 35 years. He has recently retired from the First Baptist Church in Houston, Texas, and continues to preach both in the United States and abroad. He has contributed a book to the Pastoral Ministry Collection (13 volumes).