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eBook No Post-Easter Slump: Gospel Sermons for Sundays After Pentecost ePub

by Wayne H. Keller

  • ISBN: 0788012568
  • Category: Humanities
  • Subcategory: Other
  • Author: Wayne H. Keller
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Css Pub Co (September 1, 1998)
  • ePub book: 1527 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1495 kb
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  • Rating: 4.8
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Download Sundays Post-Easter Pentecost for Gospel Sermons No After Slump: pdf for free

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No-Post Easter Slump book. Don Keller, Pastor Aberdeen Presbyterian Church Aberdeen, Washington Wayne H. Keller is a registered counselor in the state of Washington

No-Post Easter Slump book. Keller's sermons are anything but boring  . Keller is a registered counselor in the state of Washington. A retired Presbyterian minister, he is a clinical member of the International Transactional Analysis Association, and teaching member of Effectiveness Training Associates.

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No-Post Easter Slump. Gospel Sermons for Sundays After Pentecost.

No Post-Easter Slump. Author: Wayne H. Keller. Keller's treatment of the Gospel selections is direct, hard-hitting and frequently passionate. This is good fodder for the would-be preacher or layperson who wants to take the scripture seriously. Sometimes sharp-edged, sometimes humorous, these sermons are always thought-provoking. Rev. Paul F. McCann, Retired Executive Presbyter Olympia Presbytery. Wayne has a gift of helping us make an emotional connection to biblical story, pushing us headlong into an examination of ourselves, the meaning of faith, and the nature of the church. Lynn Famum, Executive Presbyter Olympia Presbytery.

A sermon is an oration or lecture by a preacher (who is usually a member of clergy)

A sermon is an oration or lecture by a preacher (who is usually a member of clergy). Sermons address a scriptural, theological, or moral topic, usually expounding on a type of belief, law, or behavior within both past and present contexts. Elements of the sermon often include exposition, exhortation, and practical application. The act of delivering a sermon is called preaching.

14th Sunday After Pentecost. 23rd Sunday After Pentecost Malachi 4:1-6 Healing on His Wings. Jesus Army of One. Homily for 22nd Sunday of Pentecost based on Exodus 3. 12:38.

Keller's sermons are anything but boring. He preaches boldly, with wit, insight, and inspiration. Wayne Keller's sermons show the good work of a pastor who loves the gospel, who knows his people, and who uses the language well. These sermons offer us preachers the encouragement of a fellow-worker who shares his experience and vitality with us. William H. Willimon, Dean of the Chapel Professor of Christian Ministry Duke University Keller's treatment of the Gospel selections is direct, hard-hitting and frequently passionate. This is good fodder for the would-be preacher or layperson who wants to take the scripture seriously. Sometimes sharp-edged, sometimes humorous, these sermons are always thought-provoking. Rev. Paul F. McCann, Retired Executive Presbyter Olympia Presbytery Wayne has a gift of helping us make an emotional connection to biblical story, pushing us headlong into an examination of ourselves, the meaning of faith, and the nature of the church. Rev. Lynn Famum, Executive Presbyter Olympia Presbytery The good humor of Wayne Keller's work helps us feel at home in our imperfect world and to feel more empathy for the rough edges of others and ourselves. Dr. Doug Adams, Professor of Christianity and the Arts Pacific School of Religion and Graduate Theological Union Berkeley, California Really good sermons take their listeners right into the biblical texts to discover themselves there. Wayne Keller's sermons consistently do that. Spend time in them and let them speak to you. Don Keller, Pastor Aberdeen Presbyterian Church Aberdeen, Washington Wayne H. Keller is a registered counselor in the state of Washington. A retired Presbyterian minister, he is a clinical member of the International Transactional Analysis Association, and teaching member of Effectiveness Training Associates. He has written several books and numerous articles. He is also the author of a monthly column, ""Whetting Your Worship Appetite,"" in Emphasis. He is a graduate of Monmouth College in Illinois, and earned his M.Div. degree from Pittsburgh Theological Seminary.