How to Become a Sermon Architect

mobile-ed-cm103-invitation-to-biblical-preaching-ii-preaching-biblical-sermons“Building a sermon is kind of like being an architect,” says Dr. Kent Edwards. “[If] you travel around the world, you’re going to see that there are many different styles of buildings. . . . Architecture is remarkably different, but there [are] certain basic rules that every architect has to follow. If they ignore those rules, the buildings will collapse.” Preachers are like architects in this way, says Edwards. “There’s no universal way to organize a sermon, but there are principles that have to be followed.”

In this clip from CM103 Invitation to Biblical Preaching II: Preaching Biblical Sermons, Dr. Kent Edwards describes one of these essential principles that every sermon must follow:

To get more training from Dr. Edwards on how to preach effectively, order his courses Invitation to Biblical Preaching I & II, or get them at a discount as part of the Preaching and Discipling Foundations Bundle.

Comments

  1. Look good to me & thank you.

  2. Im planning on picking up all 3 items.

  3. John McKay says:

    This promo seems to me to break a very basic rule of homiletics – Yes, unity is important but please don't labour the point for so long! I turned off after the first example!

  4. Oliver W. Wells says:

    Excellent presentation. Dr. Edwards is not preaching a sermon here. He's giving an impassioned plea to those who truly need it. Thank you! Dear Lord, deliver us from randomness!!! Save us to unity!

  5. Oliver W. Wells says:

    Excellent presentation. Dr. Edwards is not preaching a sermon here. He's giving an impassioned plea to those who truly need it. Thank you! Dear Lord, deliver us from randomness!!! Save us to unity!