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About the author:
Barry is a former cabinet-maker, turned pastor, who spent two decades in pastoral ministry. He now focuses his time as the Founder/Owner of The Pastor's Helper (www.pastorshelper.com) which provides dynamic resources for churches, Christian leaders, and anyone else who is interested in building the Kingdom of God. This ministry began online in 1997 and has grown tremendously since then.
He is the father of four children, and has been happily married for over 25 years. He resides in the great Commonwealth of Kentucky.
Barry has earned the Bachelor of Biblical Literature, Bachelor of Theology, Master of Arts, Master of Divinity, and Doctor of Ministry degrees.
52 Sermons From the Book of Acts
Barry L. Davis
For most of us, one of the most rewarding, yet difficult tasks, is preparing messages to preach and teach. We are honored by God to stand before our congregation each week, and we want to give them the very best, but with the press of the many demands of ministry, sometimes that is difficult to do.
And if you’re like me, you prefer writing your own sermons because you have a special connection with your congregation that is hard to reach through a message someone else has written. In other words, no one knows your people like you do!
Our new Pulpit Outline Series gives you a starting point – a sermon title, a deductive sermon outline; and a relevant illustration you can use however you like.
But you are free to “fill-in-the-blanks” so to speak, and add your own meat and potatoes to the mix! We invite you to make these messages your own, because only you know the people God has called you to preach to.
And we are so honored that you’ve invested in our fourth volume in the Pulpit Outline series – 52 Sermons From the Book of Acts – there will be more to
May God Bless You as You Share His Word!
- Publication Date:
- 1490315128 / 9781490315126
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- Binding Type:
- US Trade Paper
- Trim Size:
- 6" x 9"
- Black and White
- Related Categories:
- Religion / Christian Ministry / Preaching