When I first went into vocational ministry in 1997, I discovered lots of things that I'd never encountered before. For one, I started getting junk mail from sermon services that will deliver to your door (or over the internet) three sermons a week, in outline, detailed outline, or complete text form. You can even select evangelical, fundamental, or liturgical sermons. I went to my mentor in the ministry with this stuff, and he said, "Oh, you did not know about that. Unfortunately, lots of guys use those." I knew one guy who used them, and you could tell--he had very poor grammar normally, but when reading from his notes, he sounded like an English teacher. I guess there wasn't an option for "redneck sermons." What do ya'll think of ordering your sermons like a pizza?