Whenever you address an audience, your goal is always to find just the right words to convey your message. Finding those words can be a challenge, especially when you’re searching for a quotation to make a concept more memorable or when you want to share wisdom from church history.
We compiled 1,500 Quotations for Preachers to help you at just such times. This five-volume set contains hand-selected remarks from church leaders (and a few others) throughout the centuries. Each volume features quotations from a particular era of church history, and each quote is accompanied by a slide, like the above quote from G. K. Chesterton.
This is not your typical quotation collection
- Search tools save you time. Find quotations by searching for author, theme, or Scripture reference. This enables you to find exactly what you need—fast. For example, the above quotation is tagged with the theme sin, and the Scripture references Genesis 8:21; Psalm 51:5; Romans 3:11–12, 23; and Ephesians 2:2–3.
- Sharing becomes easy. All quotations come with a professionally designed slide featuring an excerpt, making it easier to share with others.
- Language is updated. For some quotations, archaic language (like “thee” and “thou”) has been updated, making the quotations ready to use in a modern context.
- It takes you to the source. Each quotation includes a bibliographic citation, enabling you to track it down in its original context. If you own the source book in Logos, the live link will take you directly to the page the quotation is taken from.
1,500 Quotations for Preachers puts you in touch with wisdom from the past—and helps you share it.
What others are saying
“A striking quote, skillfully employed, resonates in the memory, enabling listeners to carry the sermon’s lesson with them during the following week . . . this reasonably priced resource provides preachers with a vast array of thought-provoking material, which will help illuminate and reinforce great biblical themes and theological truths.” —David Daniels, pastor, blogger at WiseReader.com
“If you already use Logos, I would encourage you to explore this series further. If you don’t use Logos—you might want to think about doing so. And keep your eye on additional offerings by Pastorum. It’s not just for pastors anymore.” —Stacey Gleddiesmith, Christian blogger at ThinkingWorship.com