Day: January 4, 2007

A compelling story of commitment

In a recent post, Earl Creps, professor at AGTS, said he was throwing out all his files of sermon illustrations.  Creps said we used to think of information (including sermon illustrations) as commodities — they were scarce, hard to find, and needed to be saved.  Now, however, Earl suggests we view information like we do our utilities — electricity and water.  They’re always available, always plentiful, and easily accessible.  Pretty interesting concept.  So in the interest of illustrations as utilities, let me share one with you that I used last Sunday. Continue reading “A compelling story of commitment”