24 Aug Preaching a Children’s Sermon

Preaching a Children’s Sermon

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Completion Time: 2 weeks
CEUs: 0.5
Tuition: $25
Instructor(s): Elaine Short
Contact Info: Lisa Buffum

Class Description

Do you find writing a 3-5 minute children’s sermon more intimidating than a 20 minute adult sermon?  You’re not alone. Preparing and delivering a children’s sermon can be daunting, and countless people admit to being terrified at the thought of being asked to do so.

Fear not — Instructor Elaine Short has been preaching children’s sermons for many years and can help you to be more comfortable writing and delivering a sermon to the children in your church. This course will last 2 weeks and will introduce several approaches to writing a children’s sermon.  Participants will write practice sermons during the course and share them with the class for feedback.

Take this important step in becoming more comfortable preaching to children, and make a difference in the lives of children today!

This course is eligible for 0.5 CEU.

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