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WorkingPreacher.org Sermon Brainwave

By cbp@luthersem.edu

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WorkingPreacher.org's Sermon Brainwave podcast is a weekly conversation on the Revised Common Lectionary readings for the coming Sunday. The conversations (hosted by Luther Seminary faculty) are fun, informative and creative -- and just may give you the spark that ignites your own sermon brainwave!

Customer Reviews

Working Preacher Sermon Brainwave

These guys are good, relevant to parish life. There isn't time for full exegesis here, but there is time for helpful comments and stimulating suggestions. Listen on Mondays, and it'll get you thinking creatively for the entire week.

Very Helpful!

Each time I listen to this podcast it has given me key insight into one or more of the lessons. Since I preach every Sunday, I always look for new ways of approaching a text I may have dealt with several times before. These folks never fail to provide what I need or to send me off in a new direction. Thank you!

Great way to get started for the week...

It's funny listening to former profs, I get this pit in my stomach like I might have a paper to write... Because we write so many papers in the church. That aside, we do preach often in the parish, every week for some of us, and it is great just to get another perspective, another little tidbit from the text that we might overlook. It is a good launching point into your own weekly prep and I find it valuable as one of my commentary resources. As a bonus, they seem to think they're really funny... (they're moderately funny...)

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