2012 Sermon Recap

With 2012 winding down, I wanted to analyze my sermons from the last year to see what we covered as a church. Part of what I was doing was making sure there was broad coverage of Scripture. I also wanted to see which authors influenced my thinking the most in the last year. So, for better or worse, here is the breakdown of my sermons from 2012:

2012 Sermons Recap

Finally, since it’s a favorite lunchtime sport of churchgoers to armchair quarterback sermons, I thought I would throw my two cents in and say what my favorite and least favorites were, too. For reasons that I have of my own, here are my picks:

Favorite Sermon: “The Grey” from Christ and Culture
Least Favorite Sermon: “A Redeemed Vocation” from East of Eden
Favorite Series: Deep Roots
Least Favorite Series: The Externally Focused Church
Most Disappointing Series: On the Margins

What about you? Which sermons do you remember from 2012 when thinking about what God has taught you in the last year?

1 thought on “2012 Sermon Recap”

  1. Your blog was a big talk at our life group last night as we discussed your “on the margins” series. Everyone also loved that Woody Allen is on your list, but no one could remember a quote from him. Keith M, I think it was, suggested we live on the margins further by referencing Ozzy Osborne instead of Larry in 2013. Everyone is looking forward to what you bring next year. Keep up the great work!

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