Let’s get this out of the way. There is no substitute for hard work.
Planning, preparing and preaching the kind of sermons you want to deliver is not easy. It takes time, discipline, patience, perseverance and the right tools to turn a biblical text into the message your people need to hear.
This is why many of us have spent thousands upon thousands of dollars on seminary, Bible software, books, conferences - even other preaching courses.
But unless you’re just really bored, I’m assuming that you’re reading this because you’re not happy with your results.
I totally get it - I’ve been there - and I’d like for you to give yourself a break.
Think about all of the good that’s come from past investments in your development.
I’m not here to compete with any of that other stuff or tell you that’s a waste of time.
No, the reason I believe you can preach better sermons is because of the power of a process.
What I figured out for myself and helped dozens of other preachers figure out for themselves is a framework for planning and preparing sermons.
When you know what you’re going to do next, you don’t spend time wondering what you should do.
That means you can spend your time doing the work rather than just thinking about the work.
How valuable is that kind of framework?
Well, it’s impossible for me to know how you would answer that question, but here’s how I think about it.
I have clients that pay me $249 a session to help them improve as a preacher.
I use the same content that I’ve put into Preach Better Sermons. Here’s what that means: