Table of contents for More power in the pulpit : how America's most effective Black preachers prepare their sermons / Cleophus J. LaRue, editor.

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Introduction 
Contributors
1. Willette Burgie-Bryant
The Presence and Power of Christian Preaching 
Sermon: You are on God's Mind
2. William Epps
Sunday Comes Early 
Sermon: Found By Much More Than You Are Looking For (John 20:11-18) 
3. Veronica Goines
Listening for God
Sermon: Neckbone Faith
4. Cynthia Hall
Rightly Dividing the Word 
Sermon: Whatever Happened to Black Love? (Song of Songs 1:1-5, 9-15)	
5. Clifford McLain
Preaching: A Holy and Human Venture
Sermon: Words We Cannot Say (Judges 12:1-6)
6. Otis Moss Jr.
How I Prepare to Preach
Sermon: Ministering to a Murder and All God's Children (Acts 9:10-19)
7. Otis Moss III
Preaching the Prophetic Contradiction
Sermon: "When Thugs Get Saved" (Judges 11:1-11) 
8. Raquel St. Clair
Preaching from the Overflow
Sermon: "Wet Feet" (Joshua 3:1-13)
9. Walter Thomas
The Power of Narrative Preaching
Sermon: Take a Journey With Me (Matt 4:18-22)
10. Melvin Wade
Devotion to Delivery
Sermon: The Gospel According to the Ants (Proverbs 6:6-8)

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Sermons, American -- African American authors.
African American preaching.