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Leonard Sweet

Leonard Sweet is a scholar of USAmerican culture; a semiotician who “sees things the rest of us do not see, and dreams possibilities that are beyond most of our imagining;” and a preacher and best-selling author who communicates the gospel with a signature bridging of the worlds of faith, academe, and popular culture. In 2006 and 2007, Len was voted by his peers “One of the 50 Most Influential Christians in America” by ChurchReport Magazine, and in 2010, he was selected by the top non-English Christian website as one of the “Top 10 Influential Christians of 2010.” His popular podcast, “Napkin Scribbles,” is widely quoted, and he wrote for sermons.com for eight years. Now, he currently hosts his own preaching website, PreachTheStory.com. For nine years, he and his wife wrote the entire content for the weekly preaching resource Homiletics. In 2005 Len introduced the first open-source preaching resource on the Web, wikiletics.com. Len’s microblogs on twitter and facebook rank as two of the most influential social media sites in the world.

Science – The Only Narrative?

Eczema of the Soul

Bald Eagles and the Dove

Pain Passes, Beauty Remains

You’re Not Home Yet

Barf Bag Theology

Reading the Scriptures in the Vernacular

By Dr. Leonard Sweet Christianity’s greatest preaching, its best preachers, are yet to come. My mission is to help you become one of them. Hence I have written one or two sermons a week, every week, ever since I was in my 20s. These were first published briefly in Pulpit Resources. Then I launched on […]

Hay and Straw

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Empty Tombs

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Learn Your Living

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