Preach great sermons and plan innovative worship services with the newest edition of Nelson’s Annual Preacher’s Sourcebook. This is the same sermon planner you have come to depend on for more than ten years, now with a disc included for your convenience!. In this volume, look for sermons, articles, and sermon starters by Daniel L. Akin, Dr. Mark L. Bailey, Dr. Phillip R. Bethancourt, Matt Carter, Steve Dighton, David Epstein, J.D. Greear, Ph.D., Jim Henry, Dr. Jeff Iorg, Dr. James MacDonald, Dr. Russell D. Moore, Dr. Adrian Rogers, Steven Smith, K. Marshall Williams,Sr., and Dr. O.S. Hawkins, general editor. These outstanding pastors provide an entire year’s worth of preaching and worship resources with a new, topical focus. Look for a new volume every fall.
- Sermons, creative outlines, illustrations, and quotes
- Worship helps, including hymns, prayers, and Scripture texts
- Inspirational thoughts and preaching techniques
- Sermons for special occasions and holidays
- Disc included containing all sermons and sermon starters
Nelson's Annual Preacher's Sourcebooks sold to date: More than 135,000
|Contributor(s)||O. S. Hawkins|
|About the Contributor(s)||For more than 20 years, O. S. Hawkins served pastorates at the First Baptist Church in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, and in Dallas, Texas. He is president of GuideStone Financial Resources, which serves 200,000 pastors, church staff, missionaries, doctors, and other workers of various Christian organizations with their retirement needs. He is the author of more than 25 books and preaches regularly at Bible conferences, evangelism conferences, and churches across the nation.|
|Release Date||Nov 19, 2013|
- Review by Heather
Preparing a sermon has been likened to the equivalent of 8 hrs of hard labour. I believe it. I see the time and resources that go into a well prepared sermon, not to mention the prayer and seeking of direction. Throw in all the people who drop in with out an appointment, the hospital and home visits, the emergency phone calls....a Pastor has so much on his plate. The church office hours are just a drop in the bucket, his job is 24/7.
As I, thankfully, am not doing any preaching, this is not a reference I can say I will be putting to use. But it is nice to know it is there if "he" needs a quick topical sermon. (Posted on 12/27/13)