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April 30, 2012

Challenges to Preaching

by Rev. A. J. Iovine

I always am overly critical of my own sermons, so much so that most of the time after our Saturday worship service, I will end up going home and rewriting it…like I did this weekend.

Preaching Challenges

Well, it happened again. I was not pleased with my sermon yesterday. I say again because it seems like I have trouble every year with Good Shepherd Sunday. Which seems strange to me. You’d think this would be an easy week, but for some reason, I don’t ever feel comfortable or satisfied with my sermons on this week. There are other weeks in the year when it seems I am consistently happy with my sermons – the First Sunday in Lent and the temptation of Jesus comes to mind. But there are other we…

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Challenges to Preaching

by Rev. A. J. Iovine

I always am overly critical of my own sermons, so much so that most of the time after our Saturday worship service, I will end up going home and rewriting it…like I did this weekend.

Preaching Challenges

Well, it happened again. I was not pleased with my sermon yesterday. I say again because it seems like I have trouble every year with Good Shepherd Sunday. Which seems strange to me. You’d think this would be an easy week, but for some reason, I don’t ever feel comfortable or satisfied with my sermons on this week. There are other weeks in the year when it seems I am consistently happy with my sermons – the First Sunday in Lent and the temptation of Jesus comes to mind. But there are other we…

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