Online resources for short, simple sermons include the websites SermonCentral.com, GEWatkins.net and HopeFaithPrayer.com. Another resource for short, simple sermons is the 1800s tract "Sixteen Short Sermons," which is also available online at 16sermons.tripod.com.
SermonCentral.com is an online database featuring different types of sermons of varying lengths. Searching under the Sermons section using the keyword "simple" reveals the site's complete list of short sermons. As of October 2015, this list consisted of over 200 sermons. Each entry consists of the name of the sermon, a short description, its contributor, the denomination for which it is intended and the scripture verses it references. Clicking on the name of a sermon lets the user read it in full.
GEWatkins.net and HopeFaithPrayer.com are similar to SermonCentral.com in that they also feature sermons and other resources for pastors of all faiths, with a designated category for short sermons. The short sermons on GEWatkins.com are each said to take about 10 minutes to deliver. The list entitled Short Sermons, Short Sermon Outlines provides the names of different sermons. Clicking on an individual sermon's link makes it possible to read it in full, to download it as a PDF file or to print it.
"Sixteen Short Sermons," a tract first published by the American Tract Society in the 1800s, is in the public domain. The sermons in this book are written in a dialogue style, each meditating on a certain line from the Gospels.