I'm yanking it.
Sermon prep includes perusing movie clips because, well, there's so much spiritual truth to be found in there.
Prepares only one quarter of the message because the rest is sure to come on Sunday.
Brainstorms what kind of objects can be handed out at the entrance to confuse the attenders until the sermon reveals their purpose.
Uses a dictionary to prepare for sermons because the audience surely wants to know the correct definition of a word before it is expounded upon.
"The Verse by Verse"
It's Easter, but gosh darn it, you're in Habakuk by God's sovereignty, so Habakuk it is.
Can somehow insult the congregation week after week, but they like it and come back for more, because of an off-the-charts likability factor.
Frequently supplements sermons with melancholy video segments that feature themselves musing on subjects in interesting locations.
Somehow every sermon ends with the same application - the church's short-coming to reach the entire city for Christ - regardless of how the message starts out - stewardship, marriage, worry, doesn't matter.
I think I'm a mutt: a cross of verse-by-verse, ranter, and visionary.
What kind of preacher are you?