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Dr. Bill Miller

HighPower eNews -- March 2017

"Power Tools for Pastors"

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A Word from Bill

Dear Church Leader,

We have been steadily improving SermonBase Cloud for you. Here are the changes just made this past month:

1. Three file containers
– You can store your Sermon, or PPT, or any other file you would like to keep with your sermon, such as a video
– This is found on the Message/Details section

2. Scripture Text Popover
– This is found on the Messages/Detals tab.
– You can enter your Scripture here, and then get a very quick view/look at it by clicking the button. Then you can copy and paste it anywhere in your Message.

3. Proposition field
– We've addd a separate section to store your Proposition, which if you've read my book, you know is one of the most important elements of the sermon to get right.
– This is part of the Message/Content tab

Give it a try, and hope you like it.

It is still in beta, so feel free to send any suggestions our way.

God's blessings to you and your church,

Dr. Bill

NEW this Month

  • Sermons:  
    • Broken Jars & Shattered Lives: How Jesus Transforms Hearts

A to Z Spiritual Gifts Bible Study and Inventory

"Spiritual Gifts"

The A to Z Spiritual Gifts Bible Study and Inventory is a complete solution to study, understand, and discover your spiritual gifts.


CHURCH GROWTH FACTOIDS

CHURCH GROWTH FACTOIDS:

Take a look at these two Factoids

 

Factoid #1: “An incorporation strategy that focuses on these second-time visitors specifically will result in 70 to 75 percent of these visitors joining within a year.” Source: (Win Arn, “How to Use Ratios to Effect Church Growth”, in Wagner, C. Peter, ed. Church Growth: State of the Art. Wheaton, IL: Tyndale, 1986, ch. 8, p. 101.)


Factoid #2: “Our studies indicate that typical nongrowing churches see only 10 to 12 percent of their first-time visitors join.” Source: (Win Arn, ‘How to Use Ratios to Effect Church Growth’, in Wagner, C. Peter, ed. Church Growth: State of the Art. Wheaton, IL: Tyndale, 1986, ch. 8, p. 102.)

These and other Factoids can be found at ChurchGrowth Factoids


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"SermonBase Cloud"

We are now offering FREE subscriptions to "SermonBase Cloud". This is a web-based version of SermonBase! We are happy to offer this to all HighPower Resources eNews subscribers on a trial basis. The software is still currently in beta-test mode, and we have some pastors who are trying it out, and offering their opinions of it as beta-testers.

Let us know if you want to be on that team. Meanwhile, feel free to try out this link and sign up for your free subscription to SermonBase Lite. This is free for six-months, for as many sermons as you want to create or store in it for your own use.

Go to this link and give it a try. Then be sure to send your comments to DrBill@HighPowerResources.com to let us know how you like SermonBase Cloud.


HighPower Sermon Available

Sermons - New Sermon Available

Broken Jars & Shattered Lives: How Jesus Transforms Hearts -- This message examines the three themes related to heart transformation. It provides an interesting contrast between the judgmental Pharisee and the contrite woman. The message helps to show how the very same heart themes are happening in people today, and how Jesus can transform a broken person into a person of wholeness. Read more…

More HighPower Sermons can be found here.


HighPower Dramas

New Bible Study Series Available

Quiet Time -- This unique study examines the Israelite’s experience with manna in the desert from Exodus 16 to help believers understand the importance of a consistent daily habit of meeting with the Lord in prayer. Then it provides a number of tools to have a good devotional experience, including teaching on the SPECS Bible Study method and the ACTS prayer method. The Bible Study packet also includes freely reproducible forms for daily quiet time use. Read more…

More Bible Studies can be found here.


This Month's Freebie

This Month's Freebie

No Coffee in the Auditorium – – A humorous sketch that takes place during announcements to remind people not to drink in the auditorium. Designed for those renting school facilities, but could be easily adapted to church auditoriums as well.



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