|Subcategory:||Ministry & Evangelism|
|Publisher:||Concordia Publishing; 1st edition (June 1, 1998)|
|Other formats:||azw lit txt docx|
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235 p. : Number of pages.
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This book clarifies the "whys" and "hows" of sermon illustration, examining its use, misuse, benefits, and drawbacks.
Let's illustrate' - subject(s): Homiletical illustrations, Preaching
Let's illustrate' - subject(s): Homiletical illustrations, Preaching. The zeal of His house' - subject(s): History, Lutheran Church-Missouri Synod. Psalms for teens' - subject(s): Bible, Christian life, English Paraphrases, Paraphrases, Paraphrases, English, Prayer books and devotions. Sixty-one Gospel talks for children' - subject(s): Children's sermons, Christian life, Sermons. Bowen P. Weisheit has written: 'How nature's deadly foresight fashioned Weisheit hindsight' - subject(s): Biography, Marines, United States, United States. Eldon Thompson has written: 'The Obsidian Key (Legend of Asahiel, Book 2)'.
This book outlines the need and value of illustrations as part of the sermon message. Let's Illustrate also provides examples of how others have illustrated sermons.
Item 123379, 1998, Paperback, 235 Pages. This book outlines the need and value of illustrations as part of the sermon message. Topics include specific ways to illustrate through stories, visuals, daily news, and concepts.