Highly regarded preacher and teacher Bryan Chapell shows readers how he has prepared expository sermons according to the principles he developed in his bestselling Christ-Centered Preaching. This companion volume provides concrete examples of how a redemptive approach to Scripture is fleshed out in various types of sermons and various genres of the Bible. The example sermoHighly regarded preacher and teacher Bryan Chapell shows readers how he has prepared expository sermons according to the principles he developed in his bestselling Christ-Centered Preaching. This companion volume provides concrete examples of how a redemptive approach to Scripture is fleshed out in various types of sermons and various genres of the Bible. The example sermons not only demonstrate different approaches but also are analyzed for pedagogical purposes, helping readers move from theory to practice. In essence, the book allows students and preachers to look over Chapell's shoulder as he prepares these messages to learn how to construct their own expository sermons that communicate grace and truth from both the Old and New Testaments....
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Christ-Centered Sermons: Models of Redemptive Preaching Reviews
This is a helpful companion volume to Chapell's "Christ-Centered Preaching." Most of the sermons are pretty good and few of them were great, especially example sermons 7 and 8.
This book might not seem appealing to some at first glance...sermons are usually reserved for preachers, priests, and evangelists and most of us aren't one of these. BUT, I thought as a hopeful writer of devotionals that this would help me center my essays in biblical truth and inspiration and this book offers great suggestions and methods of study.Loved this book!
great book, it will be finding its way to my reference shelf for use in further study. I found the book beneficial in many ways, with respect to understand thinking and speaking points from my own attendance in church, it provided for me at least a much better use of my time with respect to a devotional period. since I read it once, I can journey back through it and explore aspects of the word and eventually begin to craft a sermon or two and write lessons for my own study and further enhance and enjoy being a more faithful christian.
I didn't really love christ centered preaching, so it shouldn't be a huge surprise that I don't love this either. Fine if you're reformed I guess, but for liturgical/sacramental preachers, anything from the gospel coalition crowd is going to be fairly useless. Not to mention his sermons weren't wonderful and all followed the exact same format. Preaching should feel free to change and be loose rather than be forced into the same mold no matter what the topic or text.
Helpful examples of sermon types. Great ground work for future sermon writers.