The Preaching Consulting is Free

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The Preaching Consulting is now Free.

I’ve been exploring Preaching Consulting for the better part of a year now and have come to two conclusions.

First, I believe wholeheartedly in the benefits of getting direct feedback on one’s preaching.

I have seen the impact and heard that the people I have worked with have seen immediate benefits to their weekly preaching. I know that this close look at one’s preaching gives a preacher a place to start to grow and work toward improving their preaching.

Second, the benefits out way the costs.

By this I mean, I believe in preaching consulting so much that I no longer want to charge for it.

We are co-labourers, and I want to join with the average pastor to encourage and strengthen their ministry. I don’t want to be another person offering a program or advertising to take your money. I want to help, and the benefits of working with pastors are worth my time.

This does mean some changes to how I structure things here on The Preaching Consultant.

For now, it means that I am scaling back opportunities for consulting and focusing on offering only “One Sermon Consults.”

The content on the site, regarding articles and interviews, will continue with no interruption. I encourage you to sign up to my email list to receive these updates.

Finally, I will be exploring some options to help fund these efforts. The website, the posts, and now the services have a cost, and if you are interested in supporting me in this effort, I invite you to donate. With that in mind, I have set up a Patreon account to manage that kind of support. That said, don’t worry. There isn’t a plan to constantly ask for donations. Instead, I consider this an opportunity to accept help, but it will not be my sole focus.


I hope that I can continue to offer help to the average preacher and to be an encouragement and support to the local church.  And I look forward to what that will look like in the years to come.

Patrick SutherlandComment