90 Second (Pul)Pit Stop

godvertiser —  2010/08/14 — Leave a comment

Sometimes, pastors are pressured to pump out sermons that detail the Scriptures and it ends up becoming a sit and soak extravaganza that only the pastor is paying attention to.

Although the average sermon length is now at about 15 minutes these days, sometimes, even that is too much.

Once in awhile you come across a way of doing things that is just refreshing, inspiring and attention-grabbing. And you don’t need more than 90 seconds to do it apparently!

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This is what Tamara Lowe, an international motivational speaker, who happens to be a Christ follower displayed when sharing her version of the Gospel.

Check out how she tells the story and I’m sure you’ll crack a smile along they way.  It has been dubbed the “one minute sermon” . . .

If you’re like most friends I’ve shared this with, the response was pure active listening with edge-of-he-seat posture…go ahead and play the video below.

Yes, you are correct that it is a bit gimmicky.
Yes, you are correct that you can’t preach in this format 52 Sundays a year.

But also — Yes, you are correct especially if you’re arguing back these things right now, that you are exactly the type of ministry leader who could use some shaking up in your preaching and leadership style!


QUESTION: IS 90 SECONDS REALLY TOO SHORT TO CONVEY WHAT JESUS HAS DONE FOR YOU AND ME?

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