Preaching on Your Feet
Connecting God and The Audience in the Preachable Moment
By: Fred R. Lybrand

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“Preaching on your feet” is the phrase public speaker and pastor Fred Lybrand uses to describe his unique method of pulpit communication. In layman’s terms, it involves being “in the moment,” not solely relying on pre-written notes (though they can still be helpful), and staying open to what God might have in store during any given preaching appointment. It all adds up to a heart-to-heart style of delivery that makes preaching a joy for both the orator and listener time and again. Aspiring and veteran pastors alike will find much to consider and implement in this refreshing new volume on homiletics.

About the Author

Fred R. Lybrand is founding executive director of Free Grace Alliance and senior pastor of Northeast Bible Church near San Antonio, Texas. His public speaking career began thirty-four years ago and has also included teaching Speech Communication at the University of Alabama. Furthermore, Lybrand holds a D.Min. degree from Phoenix Seminary and has maintained a consistent pulpit ministry since 1986. He says that learning to preach on his feet in 1994 has since completely revitalized his work.


The Bible was meant to be connected heart to heart, soul to soul, and mind to mind. That's what Preaching on Your Feet is all about. In a practical, excellent way, Fred Lybrand shows how to prepare a message in the study but deliver a sermon on your feet with fewer notes and a whole lot of passion and real life connection.
Dr. Roger Ball, Dean of Pastoral Ministries, Phoenix Seminary
Fred Lybrand offers a priceless gift: the freedom to be the preaching God made YOU to be! Preaching on Your Feet will unleash in your preaching a spiritual authenticity and impact you've never thought possible.
Dr. Keith Bower, Adjunct Professor, Dallas Theological Seminary