Gregory's Sermon Synopses

For decades the preaching of Joel C. Gregory has been synonymous with pulpit work of rare excellence. He has repeatedly been heralded as one of the great preachers of the modern era. In pulpits from Spurgeon's College and Westminster Chapel in London to the remote mountains of Java, multitudes have heard Gregory preach.

A Summa cum Laude undergraduate of Baylor University, Gregory also holds the Doctor of Philosophy degree from Baylor as well as a Master of Divinity degree from Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary where he also served on the preaching faculty.

Gregory's Commanding pulpit presence led him to the leading churches in the country, including a call to pastor the First Baptist Church of Dallas. A perennial favorite at colleges, universities, seminaries and assemblies, Gregory continues an active preaching and writing schedule today. He is the author of five books and co-editor of two others. Many have heard Gregory for years on national radio and television ministries.

Today Gregory has broken new ground as a widely demanded cross-cultural preacher, often featured at national meetings in the African American community as well as a perennial guest at churches across America.

Gregory's Sermon Synopses is a seminal work of reference reprinted by popular demand. Thousands of preachers, professors, theological students and devoted lay readers are blessed by these digested sermon outlines. In a few hundred words, Gregory presents the condensed version of a sermon he preached before living congregations. The timeless nature of these abridged sermons has helped thousands of ministers and lay readers.