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What’s the Preaching Collective?

The Preaching Collective represents a growing cadre of contributors from across the Wesleyan connection committed to providing you with some of the experienced preaching help you may not have learned in seminary.

Each week you’ll have the opportunity to view new content that will provide you with tools for your preaching toolbox, including practical tips for preaching in different situations, sermon series ideas and outlines, wisdom from veteran preachers and professors, and a host of other resources that you can read and use with your congregation or share with other preachers in your network. The Preaching Collective will be a place where preachers can share ideas, ask questions, get advice, and learn from one another.

Who’s it for?

Preachers. Plain and simple.

Recent Articles


This week we sat down with Lenny Luchetti and Aaron Perry, both professors of preaching at Wesley Seminary in Marion, Indiana to talk about the pros and cons of video venues when it comes to preaching.

Need a sermon series to teach about ministry in the marketplace? Chris Howlett will help you teach your congregation that they can minister in any vocation.

Is God calling a young person in your life to be a preacher? Rich Jones shares helpful tips on how to invest in their lives and help them walk into their calling.

This week we sat down with Lenny Luchetti and Aaron Perry, both professors of preaching at Wesley Seminary in Marion, Indiana to talk about transformational preaching.

Was your sermon really good? Timothy Merrill shares how you can tell.

Adam Kline shares more wisdom on how storytelling can enhance your congregation's ability to retain your sermons.

Adam Kline shares more wisdom on how generational storytelling can help your congregation get more out of your sermon.

Storytelling can speak to the needs of every season. Adam Kline shares how it can help with topical preaching when it becomes necessary.

How can you help your congregation get a good grip on your sermon? Jim Kinder explains how to provide handles to hold onto.

This week we're talking technology with Chris Howlett.

Is preaching solitary or social? Yes. Talbot Davis explains the nature of what it is to be a preacher.

We constantly evaluate the value of resources. So, sometimes, we tend to treat people like they are resources and make judgments about their value to us. Jim Kinder shares a sermon about what happens when we choose to value all people.

We are back this week with Dr. Scott Wenig talking about structuring the sermon.

Looking for some summer reading? Look no further. Preaching Collective has the list of must-read books for pastors!

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