Mother’s Day Sermons: Yes or No?

Mother’s Day sermons, at least in certain circles, can be a bit controversial. After all, Mother’s Day is not liturgical holiday, an official part of the Church calendar.

So, should you preach Mother’s Day sermons? In a word, yes. This year (2022), let me say it even more strongly, “You’d better!”

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By |2022-05-01T16:40:08-05:00May 4th, 2021|Categories: For Pastors, Opinion, Preaching|Tags: , , |1 Comment

Should You Preach a Mother’s Day Sermon? (UPDATED for COVID–19)

For reasons that only the Google gods know, the blog post I wrote last year on preaching a Mother’s Day sermon was a hit. However, it was written before the days of the new “abnormal,” and now needs to be updated.

But the question is still valid. “Should you preach a Mother’s Day sermon?” In a word, yes. This year, […]

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Ten Thoughts for the Mother’s Day Sermon

Motherhood is one of the most fundamental human roles, given by God and knit into our DNA.

Hallmark’s calendar doesn’t dictate our preaching, but this particular holiday seems worth some attention.

Some Mother’s Day Sermon tips are listed below and can be developed into whole sermons; others are just words of advice. Use this list to re-imagine how you could approach this […]

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