Learn How You Can Easily Plan a Yearly Sermon Calendar
It’s Saturday night—what are you doing? If you’re preaching Sunday morning, you’re likely finishing up the details of your message. Pastors are busy people, and the weight of preparing a weekly sermon often falls later and later into the week, regardless of your best intentions. Then, suddenly, it’s Saturday, and you’re left praying and preparing for the next day.
You know how that usually ends—your messages are rushed, redundant, and underprepared. They are microwave meals instead of a well-seasoned dinner. Worse, you don’t have a discipleship plan for your congregation. You are dictated by the moment. And when the moment dictates your actions, you often fail to look to the future.
But what if it didn’t have to be that way? What if you really could plan your sermon more than two or three weeks in advance? While sometimes the Holy Spirit changes our course at the last minute, planning a preaching plan that leverages the seasons of the year will free you to be more studied, confident, and intentional.
If you take the time to prepare your sermons further in advance, you’ll have more time to prepare, leading to better messages. You’ll have more flexibility to adapt when needs arise. But even more than preaching, you’ll be able to minister to people better by being wholly present when you’re needed most.
We want to help you with the tools you need to succeed as you communicate the most important message on the planet. That’s why we’re hosting a live webinar on Thursday, September 15 at 2pm ET. In this webinar, Ministry Pass and Sermonary co-founders Justin Trapp and Wade Bearden will join Church Juice’s Bryan Haley to teach you how to plan your sermon calendar twelve months in advance, empowering you to preach the gospel more clearly and intentionally.
You’ll walk away with practical how-tos that will empower you to plan your sermon calendar without taking a ton of effort. We’d love to have you join us for this free webinar—sign-up below! Have questions? Shoot us a message.