EthicsDaily.com’s sermons have become an invaluable part of the Web site. With nearly 200 sermons in the online sermon library, there’s something for everyone.
You can search an extensive library of sermons divided into categories: Issues, Virtues, Vices, Sermon Series, Seasonal Sermons and more. And, if you have a sermon to share you can submit it to the sermon library.
The sermon library is a free service offered by EthicsDaily.com. Several sermons are added weekly.
Also, EthicsDaily.com has handpicked seven pastors to post their sermons regularly. They are:
- Howard Batson, pastor of First Baptist Church in Amarillo, Texas
- Robert Browning, pastor of Smoke Rise Baptist Church in Stone Mountain, Ga.
- Robert Creech, pastor of University Baptist Church in Houston, Texas
- Heather Entrekin, pastor of Prairie Baptist Church in Prairie Village, Kan.
- David Hughes, pastor of First Baptist Church in Winston-Salem, N.C.
- Joel Snider, pastor of First Baptist Church in Rome, Ga.
- David Wheeler, pastor of First Baptist Church in Los Angeles, Calif.
Among the most-viewed sermons are:
- “Is the Homosexual Your Neighbor?” (viewed 199 times)
- “What Are You Doing That Confuses Jesus?” (viewed 110 times)
- “The Elephant in the Living Room” (viewed 102 times)
Sermons aren’t just for pastors! They are an excellent resource for laypeople as well. Visit the sermon library to see how ministers are tackling tough issues facing today’s Christians.