Free Sermon Outlines for You to Use
Pastors are the busiest people in our country.
According to my research, that statement is a fact. Of course, my research is not scientific, but I believe it to be accurate. My most trusted research data comes from my wife. She says we’re the busiest people in our country, and I always listen to my wife!
I know, firsthand, all the many different directions we are pulled, every single day. There are hospitals to visit, weddings to officiate, and funerals to preach. There are families to counsel, new believers to disciple, and leaders to train. There are worship services to plan, toilets to unclog, and light bulbs to be replaced. And some of us have these things to do WHILE working another job – doing the bi–vocational thing. There’s enough stuff going on to keep us busy twenty–five hours a day, eight days a week.
Oh yeah, and there are sermons to prepare. We’ve got to work that in with all the other things vying for our attention. The one thing most of us feel to be our primary purpose, our calling – preaching the Word of God – has to compete with everything else for the one finite element in all of this. Time.
That’s why I’m providing these free sermon outlines and resources. That’s why I put together the Sermon Outlines for Busy Pastors series. I want to give you something to build on. Something that’s been studied through, that gives you a head–start for your messages this Sunday. Something that will help you make the most of your limited time.
I pray these free sermon outlines and resources will be a blessing to your ministry. And I hope you will consider the 21 books that make up the Sermon Outlines for Busy Pastors series.
Preach the Word!
1 of 5 sermons from a series on the Great Commission.
An exploration of faith.
Lessons from the life of Mark.
A downloadable form to help guide your sermon preparation.
A unique sermon, great for Christmas!
A Message for a Godly Woman
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