Current Exposition?

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  1. Dr. Bob

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    Just wondering what my fellow pastors are preaching on this Fall? :confused:

    I am in a 30+ message series in Philippians.
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    Not sure where my congregation is! :eek:
     
  2. Pastor Larry

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    I just today started a series from Revelation 1-3 entitled "What Kind of Church Does God Like?" I hoped it would be nine messages -- chapter 1 in two messages and one message each on the seven churches. I will probably devote the morning service to the main message and the evening service to an exegetical study of the same passage. However, today's message on 1:1-8 turned into tonight's message as well. I just can't help myself for some reason. Hopefully this will carry me right up till Christmas season.
     
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    Just finished a short survey of Malachi on Sunday mornings and will finish Galatians this Wednesday. Looking to move the parables of Jesus and 1 John next.
     
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    Well I am preaching in a different church every Sunday, but I am doing a series in the Book of Acts. Just finished Stephen...a rocking experience. :D In fact it gave me a headache. [​IMG]
     
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    On Sunday mornings, I'm doing an expositional series on worship. I'll finish that in time for Advent. On Sunday nights, I just finished a four week series in Acts 19. Wed nites I am starting a series on Women of the OT.

    On the immediate horizon is a series in 1 Corinthians on Sun AM, a series in Nehemiah on Sun PM. Mark's gospel, one sermon on each book of the OT and Colossians aren't too far behind. Next fall or spring 2004 I'll be in Genesis 1-11.

    [ October 22, 2002, 04:11 PM: Message edited by: TomVols ]
     
  6. Dr. Bob

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    Appreciate the insights. Can't imagine preaching a "series" in your MIND, as you are in a different church each week, Circuitrider!

    And don't know about PREACHING through Genesis 1-11. Seems I've taught it, but sermons would be a whole different ball game.

    Others?
     
  7. Jim1999

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    Being retired, I don't get to plan a preaching regimen. When I am called, it is pulpit supply or addressing a specific problem. In either case, I write a sermon appropriate, in my mind, for each situation.

    It is quite different to a pastoral role, but often a pleasant change. I think I prefer the pastoral role, however.

    Cheers, and blessings on all you lads in the trenches.

    Jim
     
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    Last year I put together a chronological Bible reading plan for the congregation and then took each week's Sunday morning teaching from the previous week's reading. This encouraged many who would normally not have done so to read along with me through the Bible in a year. So many asked me to do it again this year that I submitted to the request with one major alteration. I handed out the yearly Bible reading plan from Faith Baptist Seminary, which gives some O.T and N.T reading every day, and I am focusing on the previous weeks N.T. readings each Sunday morning, with occasional messages from the O.T. readings. This was to balance out the previous year when most of the messages came from the O.T. due to the chronological approach I took. So for this fall I will be taking the teachings from Hebrews through Revelation. I usually teach through individual books of the bible with the occasional topical series thrown in (although even my "topical" sermons are really expository), but I might take the current approach for one more year because it seems to have been so helpful to so many. On sunday evenings I have been teaching through the book of Revelation.

    Pastork

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  9. Circuitrider

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    I have been out of state, and so I could not reply in a timely way....

    Dr. Bob, actually it has worked out quite well. I just means I have to give a little extra background for each message to set the context. [​IMG] It's amazing how God has taylored the messages to the specific needs of each church. If he could do that in a single congregation week by week, he could certainly do it to different ones as well. [​IMG]
     
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    Romans on Sunday mornings. I take a break after 3-4 weeks and preach from another passage, as the church isn't accustomed to expository preaching totally. I'm going to pick up at Rom 8:18-23 Sunday, Lord willing.
    John on Wed. nights.
    Sunday nights I am moreso extemporaneous [​IMG] .
    JLS
     

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