Homiletic.com About Us

Homiletic.com is the largest subscription based preaching resource in the world and our resources are gathered from the largest collection of professional writers. eSermons and Homiletic.com are owned by Rev. Brett C. Blair and run by a team of Christians dedicated to the high ideals of the Christian faith. Homiletic.com is run out of Memphis, Tennessee and New York, New York. In operation since 1997, beginning as a single website it has grown to a network of sites (including Homiletic.com, eHomiletic.com, ChildrensHomiletic.com, ChildrensBulletins.org, SermonIllustrations.com, ChurchMail.com, BiblicalArcheology.com, Clergy.net, Lectionary.net, Christian-Dramas.com, and more) providing resources for sermon and worship development. Ministers of all denominations utilize our material. Homiletic.com dedicates itself to providing the highest quality of resources for communication of the Gospel of our Lord Jesus Christ and maintains an orthodox theological view.

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Homiletic.com Staff & Major Contributors

Rev. Brett Blair, President
United Methodist Minister
M.Div. Yale Divinity School
M.A. New Testament Literature

Mrs. Mary O’Connor, Managing Editor
B.A. University Chicago
English Language and Literature

Rev. Leonard Sweet, Chief Writer
E. Stanley Jones Professor of Evangelism at Drew
Visiting Distinguished Professor of Evangelism at Drew.

Rev. Maxie Dunnam, Writer & Resource Acquisitions
Chancellor of Asbury Theological Seminary

Rev. King Duncan, Contributing Author
United Methodist Minister
Founder SevenWorlds and Dynamic Preaching Online.

Rev. James W. Moore, Contributing Author
United Methodist Minister – Highland Park, Dallas
Author of many Bible Study books.

Rev. Timothy Carpenter, Contributing Author
United Methodist Minister
M.Div. Memphis Theological Seminary

Rev. Johnny Dean, Contributing Author
Christian Church (Disciple of Christ) Minister
M.Div. Memphis Theological Seminary

sermons.com presents Leonard Sweet