I have put together a series of videos that explain how to write a sermon.
I have noted some resources that will help you further understand how to write a sermon.
There is a lot involved in writing sermons, more than this webpage can provide. Therefore, this series of videos looks at the structural side of writing sermons and sermon outlines.
How To Write A Sermon Part One
This video looks at the three parts of the sermon – the introduction, the body and the conclusion.
The introduction introduces the main preaching point or the topic of the sermon or the big idea of the sermon. The body of the sermon expands and explains the main preaching point or topic of the sermon. The conclusion summarizes what the sermon is about and reinforces the main points of the sermon. The conclusion also should contain a challenge or a call to action.
For more information about how to write a sermon, click on the following link – Sermons.
How To Write A Sermon Part Two
This video looks at the three features of a sermon outline.
The sermon outline has a main preaching point, a key word and sub-points and incidental points.
The main preaching point is what the sermon is about. It defines the sermon. The key word allows you to expand and explain the main preaching point and it must be a plural nouns. The sub-points expand and explain the main preaching point. The incidental points expand and explain the sub-points. Understanding sermon structure will make sermon writing easier.
For more information about how to write a sermon, click on the following links…
Sermons – Sermon Structure
Homiletics – The Science and Art of Preaching
Topical Sermons – Topical Sermon Structure
Topical Sermon Outlines – Topical Sermon Outlines
Free Funeral Sermons: Free Funeral Sermons provide the necessary resources for writing funeral sermons and planning a funeral service.