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Welcome to WikiPreacher, a little corner of the internet where preachers can share sermon materials with one another, absolutely free.

Anyone can browse this site and use what's posted here, but those who join the related WikiPreacher Google Group (also free) have access to post material to this site or to edit what's already here, as long as they access the site through this URL:

      https://sites.google.com/site/wikipreacher/

To find out more, please click on "What Is WikiPreacher?" in the menu to the left.  Or, just start browsing our material - first, make sure the little arrow to the left of "Home" is clicked open, then click on either the topical list under "Quotations and Illustrations," or the companion "Bible Notes and Commentary" list, organized by biblical citations.

Like all wikis, WikiPreacher is a community effort.  Some preaching colleagues and I have put a good deal of material up here already, to prime the pump - and we'll continue to do so in the future.  Yet, this site will never realize its fullest potential unless you, too, contribute some of your own best resources, so together we may use them to spread the Good News even further.

It's like most things in life: with a wiki, the more you give, the more you get.

"How to Post,"
in the menu to the left, will tell you how to upload information to the site, and "Guidelines for Contributing" will give you a better idea of the sort of material we're most interested in seeing.

The Rev. Carl Wilton, Ph.D., Founder and Editor

Materials posted on this site that are not already in the public domain are copyright © 2010, 2011, 2012 by Carlos E. Wilton.  They are licensed for further use according to a Creative Commons copyright license.  Under that license, you can freely use them at no cost for non-commercial purposes, as long as proper attribution is given.  For the particulars, please scroll down in the window below and click on the gray Creative Commons logo.

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