Preaching Partners Vol. 1: 26 Sermon Outlines for Today’s Busy Pastors


By Eric James Gillian

“Every pastor needs tools and resources to keep their creative juices flowing for sermon writing. Rick offers questions to ponder causing the sermon writer to dig deeper in extracting nuggets to the Word to life.”
-Rev. Dr. Kenneth J. Jackson, Pastor, First Methodist Church, Andalusia, AL

“Rick has given us a great resource to have in our back pockets. I have found these biblical outlines helpful, insightful, and practical. I look for ways to improve how I share God’s Word and this will be one tool I’ll keep close in the years to come.”
-Rev. Dr. Jimmy Ellison, Newnan City Church, Newnan, GA

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October 16, 2023

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