This is the third episode of The On Preaching Conference, the podcast dedicated to helping you preach faithfully, clearly, and better.
This episode is about the different types of sermons. Did you know there are different types of sermons? All sermons are not equated equal. And some kinds of sermons are better than others.
Understanding different sermon types is important because you need to be serious about how you handle the scriptures. You should be intentional about what your sermons is trying to accomplish. And you must be careful about what your style of preaching communicates to your people.
Here are seven different types of sermons.
1. The Topical Sermon
2. The Textual Sermon
3. The Narrative Sermon
4. The Dramatic Monologue
5. The Biographical Sermon
6. The Doctrinal Sermon
7. The Expository Sermon
You can listen to the episode below. You can also download this episode for free on iTunes.
- 1. You still have time to register for the 2014 E.K. Bailey Preaching Conference. It will take place July 7-10, 2014 in Dallas, hosted by Pastor Bryan Carter and the Concord Church.
- 2. Early bird registration is still available for the Cutting It Straight Expository Preaching Conference I will host September 24-26, 2014, at the Shiloh Metropolitan Baptist Church in Jacksonville.
- 3. You can record a question below. Give your name, city, and your church, if you like. And ask me anything about preaching. If it is short, clear, and direct, you may have your question answered on a future episode of the podcast.
A QUOTE ON PREACHING: “Life and death and eternity and worlds unknown may hang on the preaching and hearing of one sermon. – Charles Spurgeon
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QUESTIONS: What type of sermon do you typically preaching? What do you think is the best way to preach? And why?
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