When called on to preach, whether you are a pastor or lay preacher, do you sometimes find yourself blocked?
“Writer’s block is a common complaint from many authors. They reach a point sometimes when they simply cannot produce anything worth reading. Preachers often encounter this same kind of roadblock when they attempt to prepare sermons.”- William Powell Tuck
With this opening sentence, Dr Tuck brings his many years of experience as professor and pastor and freely gives some “nuts and bolts” of sermon preparation and “pots and pans” essential for effective preaching.
This book is not about the philosophy or theology of preaching but about preparing for, writing, and preaching a sermon. While the reader may quickly find a solution to this week’s sermon, Dr. Tuck also gives ideas and plans for long-term preparation to open a new pathway, moving sermons from a burden to a blessing for the writer as well as the intended listener.
Anyone called to preach can benefit from reading this book.