Preaching sermon series is an effective way of focusing your church on a particular subject. You have the opportunity to extend the point and spend time concentrating on God's Word for better retention. Using sermon series also helps the busy pastor in sermon preparation, providing a clear plan for the weeks ahead.
You'll get 3 complete sermon series in Sermon Outlines for Busy Pastors: Sermon Series Box Set 2. This book contains the entire contents from 3 Sermon Outlines for Busy Pastors books: Disciple, Questions from Corinth, and 40 Days of Prayer.
Disciple is a series of 11 sermons to help you teach discipleship to your church and lay the groundwork for disciple-making. If discipleship is a priority for you, this sermon series will help you begin true disciple-making in your church.
Questions from Corinth is a series of 12 sermons. Throughout the Bible, God speaks directly to the church of the 21st century, and He speaks no louder than in 1 Corinthians. These sermons examine the answers Paul has for the Corinthian church in 1 Corinthians. These answers address the many facets of modern church life.
40 Days of Prayer is a series of 7 sermons. Throughout the Bible we see God working through periods of 40 - 40 days, 40 years, etc. This sermon series covers 40 days, bringing the church into a concentrated 40 days of prayer.
That's 30 complete sermon outlines. These are not the typical 3 point sermons. Each sermon is completely fleshed out, with points and subpoints. The sermon outlines in this book are taken directly from the notes I carry into the pulpit each week.
Rob Westbrook became a follower of Jesus Christ at the later age of thirty. Called into the preaching ministry at thirty–two, Rob attended New Orleans Baptist Theological Seminary, earning a Bachelors of Arts degree in Pastoral Ministry. He later earned forty–six hours toward a Masters of Divinity degree.
Rob became pastor of his first church, Hebron Baptist Church, in Amite County, Mississippi, in 1998, while attending seminary. By 2002 the time commitments to both seminary and the church became strained, and Rob chose to leave seminary behind for the church. Around 2005, God began preparing him for planting a new church. He left his first church pastorate in 2006 to become a church planter in his hometown of Amory, Mississippi. LifePointe Church had its first service in January 2008. Rob currently serves there, at LifePointe Church.
Rob has been married to Teresa since 1989. He and Teresa have one daughter, Lauren, who is married to Brandon Britt. They also have two dogs: Malachi and Gabby.