Coming up with a sermon for a Pentecostal congregation isn't always the easiest thing, especially if you need to come up with one every week. However, finding inspiration for a sermon can be as easy as a few clicks of the mouse. There are plenty of websites out there with ready-made sermon outlines you can download and print.
Other People Are Reading
Joywell (see resources) has a list of sermons for many different denominations sorted by the preacher who originally wrote them. David Wilkerson has a good number of sermons for the Pentecostal faith. Click on his name and you will see a list of over 100 different sermons you can download. These sermons are organised alphabetically for easy topic searches. These are mostly HTML files, so if you want to print one of them, the best thing would be to copy and paste it into your word processor. You can use the sermons as they are, or you can edit them however you wish to fit your topic of discussion.
Kenbirks (see resources) is totally devoted to the Pentecostal faith. The sermons on this site are sorted by category. These categories include topics such as Christian Life Messages, Christian Essentials, Prayer Messages, Breaking Free, Character Building Messages and Spiritual Warfare Messages. Every sermon listed on this site can be downloaded in either PDF or Microsoft Word formats. If you intend to edit the sermon, it is recommended you download it in Microsoft Word format. This site has many of the sermons available as audio files as well, so you can listen to the original sermons themselves.
The Source for Young Ministers
This site (see resources) is for those of you whose target audiences are more young people than adults. There are only a few sermons on the site itself, but the site also offers links to other sites that have sermons targeted to youth. At the beginning of each of these sermons is listed the "Main Point" or "The Big Idea" so you know what the purpose of the sermon is. The site also has a section for "Illustrations" you can use for your sermons. These sermons are in HTML format. To print or edit these, you should copy and paste them into a word processing document.
The greatest resource for any of your sermons is right under your nose. The bible is full of stories and quotes you can base your entire sermon around. Just flip through and ideas easily spring to mind.
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