Easter Sunday is like the Superbowl of preaching.
This may be your largest attended service of the year. Statistically, people are more open to visiting a church on Easter (and Christmas) than any other time of year.
Because of this, your Easter sermon is infinitely important.
The eternal destination of many people in attendance is hanging in the balance. For many of them, this is the only chance you will get this year to reach them. For some, it will be your last chance ever.
The weight of responsibility on a pastor to preach on Easter Sunday should not be underestimated.
As you put in the study, hard work, and spiritual preparation to preach this Easter, here are 20 questions to ask yourself.
20 Questions to Ask Before Preaching This Easter
- Have I prayed about my sermon, given it over to God, and asked for the supernatural guidance of the Holy Spirit?
- Have I faithfully interpreted the Bible without addition or subtraction?
- Does this sermon make a clear presentation of the Gospel message?
- Have I used any Christian terminology that may be confusing or need explanation for visitors?
- Is this…