- Includes examples and instructions on writing 5 different types of narrative sermons
- Targeted for a postmodern audience
- Authored by a WORDsearch user
Learn how to use the power of the story to awaken the imagination of postmodern audiences and teach them the powerful truths of the Bible in a form they can easily follow—that they'll want to follow. This 129-page book explains the concept and includes examples and instructions on writing 5 different types of narrative sermons. It also shows how to design organic worship services to help non-linear, visual thinkers connect with their Creator.
About the Author
Jim L. Wilson started preaching when he was 17 and became a pastor when he was 18. Today, he is a professor of Leadership Formation and the director of the Doctor of Ministry Program at Gateway Seminary. Wilson is an award-winning writer with hundreds of pieces in print and the author, co-author, or contributor to more than twenty books.