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"Lane provides practical tools to help pastors deliver engaging messages. Anyone who preaches or teaches will benefit from this book." (Mark Batterson, New York Times best-selling author of The Circle Maker, lead pastor of National Community Church)   

Today’s audiences are more distracted than ever, but sermons can only be effective if people are listening. You have to capture people's attention. But how? In Preaching Killer Sermons, author and Pastor Lane Sebring reveals practical preparation and delivery techniques that will enable you to better connect with your listeners.   

Discover how to:  

  • Capture and maintain the interest of your listeners  
  • Structure each sermon for the greatest impact  
  • Maximize your prep time on a tight schedule  
  • Overcome distractions and communicate with clarity  
  • Inspire people toward life change   

If you want to discover practical methods to communicate clearly every time you preach, this audiobook is for you.  

What church leaders are saying about Preaching Killer Sermons:   

"Lane has written a very helpful, practical book for preachers and teachers. I think there are two great sins in preaching: misusing the text and boring your audience. In teaching pastors and seminary students, I find there are plenty of resources and attention given to avoid the first great sin. But there is a lack of resources on how not to bore people. And too many preachers feel that if they have rightly divided the Word of Truth, they have done everything God requires them to do. I think accuracy and effectiveness are equally important in preaching. Preaching Killer Sermons is a great resource to help pastors truly be effective in communicating the powerful truth of God's Word. I plan to start using this with the preaching students I teach." (David Whiting, executive search consultant, Vanderbloemen, former lead pastor, Northridge Church, Rochester, NY)

©2016 Lane Sebring (P)2019 Lane Sebring

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a great addition to my preaching books

this has some more practical advice than perhaps some other books on preaching as communication - doesn't pull punches about the preacher's responsibility to plan as a lifestyle as well as a job. definitely some fresh takeaways. the style of this book appeals to me (no waffle, no repetition [points to other chapters rather than regurgitates] and just honest) i am a lay preacher, but Lane is a full time pastor, with a team, so while some parts might seem straight forward to the well-trained, full-time leader, its worth paying attention to as we all hold ourselves to God, and those we are leading and mission in to/with.