Ever use Wikipedia? The readers of the online encyclopedia at Wikipedia.com are invited, empowered participants who contribute, edit, add, and subtract to the content of the articles.
Well, you’re invited–empowered–to be part of the “open source” sermon prep conversation at Good News. For example, the message next Sunday (August 23rd, 2009) is from John 15:1-15, the well-known “I am the vine, you are the branches…” portion.
Here’s your invitation–your opportunity–to be part of the sermon prep conversation. Read over the text–John 15:1-15–then click on “leave a comment” to add your own comments, questions, observations, quotes… whatever! Others will see what you’ve written and interact with your note. If you want to, leave your name and email, facebook page or texting address.
All I promise is that I’ll read what you contribute to the conversation. And as the Spirit leads, I might incorporate it into the actual sermon. Either way, we all win as we examine God’s Word together and share our thoughts.
And don’t forget to pray as God speaks to all of us through His Word.
Resting in Him,