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Art of the Sermon

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“Art of the Sermon” is a show for preachers, teachers, and communicators. My aim is to make a show for leaders in ministry–formally or informally, inside or outside the church–who have an interest in preaching/public speaking and church communication. The primary format for this show is the interview. This allows us to engage with a wide-range of guests on many different aspects of preaching, teaching, and communication. While many of the guests are pastors and preachers, I also believe it is important to learn from those outside the profession of preaching who have something to teach us. Disclosure of Material Connection: Some of the links on this site are “affiliate links.” This means if you click on the link and purchase the item, I will receive an affiliate commission. Defining Grace is a participant in the Amazon Services LLC Associates Program.

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“Art of the Sermon” is a show for preachers, teachers, and communicators. My aim is to make a show for leaders in ministry–formally or informally, inside or outside the church–who have an interest in preaching/public speaking and church communication. The primary format for this show is the interview. This allows us to engage with a wide-range of guests on many different aspects of preaching, teaching, and communication. While many of the guests are pastors and preachers, I also believe it is important to learn from those outside the profession of preaching who have something to teach us. Disclosure of Material Connection: Some of the links on this site are “affiliate links.” This means if you click on the link and purchase the item, I will receive an affiliate commission. Defining Grace is a participant in the Amazon Services LLC Associates Program.

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Art of the Sermon

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“Art of the Sermon” is a show for preachers, teachers, and communicators. My aim is to make a show for leaders in ministry–formally or informally, inside or outside the church–who have an interest in preaching/public speaking and church communication. The primary format for this show is the interview. This allows us to engage with a wide-range of guests on many different aspects of preaching, teaching, and communication. While many of the guests are pastors and preachers, I also believe it is important to learn from those outside the profession of preaching who have something to teach us. Disclosure of Material Connection: Some of the links on this site are “affiliate links.” This means if you click on the link and purchase the item, I will receive an affiliate commission. Defining Grace is a participant in the Amazon Services LLC Associates Program.

Rank #1: Episode 50: Preaching as Leadership - An Interview with Carey Nieuwhof

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Thanks for checking out this episode of Art of the Sermon! Be sure to subscribe through Apple Podcasts, Google Play Music, or your favorite podcast app. If you enjoy this episode, leave a review on our podcast’s page in the iTunes store. This will help others discover the show! Guest: Carey Nieuwhof - Podcaster, Author, and Pastor of Connexus Church (Barrie, Ontario) General Topic: Preaching as Leadership Introduction to Carey (2:37) Philosophy of preaching (6:15) Passion for leadership (11:14) Communication and leadership (15:25) Preaching as an act of leadership (17:03) Selecting sermon topics (22:32) Sharing the pulpit with Andy Stanley (26:21) Listening to other preachers (28:31) Sermon preparation and follow-up (32:27) Favorite and challenging preaching experiences (39:27) Easter or Christmas Eve (40:50) Impactful communicators (42:01) Recommended books and resources (44:59) How to follow Carey (46:52) Reaching out to our guest CareyNieuhwof.com @cnieuwhof (Twitter) @careynieuwhof (Instagram) @cnieuwhof (Facebook) Next Episode arrives November 2, 2017! An interview with Rev. Katie Z. Dawson - Lead Pastor, Immanuel United Methodist Church (Des Moines, IA) Connect with the Show I would love to hear what you think about the show—especially this episode. You can connect with the show and send me your feedback through the following channels: Facebook - Facebook.com/ArtOfTheSermon Twitter- Twitter.com/ArtOfTheSermon Instagram- Instagram.com/ArtOfTheSermon Comment on the Show Notes post at ArtOfTheSermon.com Art of the Sermon is a project by Dan Wunderlich of Defining Grace. Learn more at DefiningGrace.com Disclosure of Material Connection: Some of the links in these show notes may be “affiliate links.” This means if you click on the link and purchase the item, I will receive an affiliate commission. Defining Grace is a participant in the Amazon Services LLC Associates Program. Links: Carey Nieuwhof's Website and BlogThe Carey Nieuwhof Leadership PodcastCanadian Church Leader's PodcastConnexus ChurchNorth Point Community ChurchAndy StanleyThe Problem of God: Answering a Skeptic's Challenges to Christianity by Mark Clark, Larry OsborneJon AcuffOrange - Reggie JoinerTimothy KellerLouie GiglioMedia | The City Church (Judah Smith)Steven FurtickJoshua GagnonCraig GroeschelJim GaffiganNate BargatzeMitch HedbergBreaking 200 - CareyNieuwhof.comThe Tim Ferriss ShowCharlie RoseHow I Built This with Guy Raz : NPRMasters of Scale — WaitWhatAndy Stanley Leadership PodcastCraig Groeschel Leadership Podcast5 Leadership QuestionsBuilding a StoryBrand with Donald MillerHere's The ThingLaunch Life Podcast with Jeff WalkerThe Leadership Momentum PodcastRainer on Leadership PodcastunSeminary PodcastTimothy Keller Sermons Podcast by Gospel in LifeSocial Triggers Insider with Derek HalpernFreakonomics RadioFORTUNE Unfiltered Podcast

Oct 19 2017
48 mins
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Rank #2: Episode 11: How To Be Here - An Interview with Rob Bell

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Thanks for checking out this episode of Art of the Sermon! Be sure to subscribe through iTunes, Google Play Music, or your favorite podcast app. If you enjoy this episode, leave a review on our podcast’s page in the iTunes store. This will help others discover the show! Guest: Rob Bell – Author, Preacher, Podcaster General Topic: How to Be Here Catching up with Rob Bell (0:33) Podcast title inspiration (3:02) Jesus is captivating and sermons should be too (4:12) Creating space (6:39) The diversity of Rob’s audience (9:07) Sermons are participatory events (13:20) Preaching as an exchange of energy (14:25) Preaching vs. Transmission of information (15:10) You are the medium (16:41) Being authentic vs. Talking about authenticity (18:10) How to Be Here (22:52) Toughest and favorite preaching experiences (26:38) Orienting life around preaching (30:23) The value of asking questions (33:43) Impactful communicators (35:29) Influential books (37:41) How to follow Rob (40:06) Reaching out to our guest RobBell.com @RealRobBell (Instagram) Next Episode arrives March 17, 2016! Reflection and building on the conversation with Rob — including your feedback on the show! Get yours in now using the links below. Connect with the Show I would love to hear what you think about the show—especially this episode. You can connect with the show and send me your feedback through the following channels: Facebook - Facebook.com/ArtOfTheSermon Twitter- Twitter.com/ArtOfTheSermon Instagram- Instagram.com/ArtOfTheSermon Comment on the Show Notes post at ArtOfTheSermon.com Art of the Sermon is a project by Dan Wunderlich of Defining Grace. Learn more at DefiningGrace.com Disclosure of Material Connection: Some of the links in these show notes may be “affiliate links.” This means if you click on the link and purchase the item, I will receive an affiliate commission. Defining Grace is a participant in the Amazon Services LLC Associates Program. Links: Rob’s Amazon PageThe RobCastHow to Be HereLargoPoets, Prophets, PreachersRobert Farrar CaponJPS Torah Commentaries“Heart and Mind: The Four-Gospel Journey for Radical Transformation” by Alexander Shaia“On Writing” by Stephen King“A Year With Swollen Appendices: Brian Eno’s Diary “ by Brian Eno“Honest to God” by John A. T. RobinsonScott Shuman

Mar 03 2016
42 mins
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Rank #3: Episode 62: Secrets of a Top 5 TED Talk

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Thanks for checking out this episode of Art of the Sermon! Be sure to subscribe through Apple Podcasts, Google Play Music, or your favorite podcast app. If you enjoy this episode, leave a review on our podcast’s page in the iTunes store. This will help others discover the show! Topic: Secrets of a Top 5 TED Talk Intro (0:13) Feeling comfortable (1:41) But not too comfortable (4:09) Passion plus familiarity (5:50) Focus on the "why" of what you're saying (7:19) Make a connection with the room (9:15) Being vulnerable (10:55) But not too vulnerable (12:38) Next Episode arrives May 3, 2018! Connect with the Show I would love to hear what you think about the show—especially this episode. You can connect with the show and send me your feedback through the following channels: Facebook - Facebook.com/ArtOfTheSermon Twitter- Twitter.com/ArtOfTheSermon Instagram- Instagram.com/ArtOfTheSermon Comment on the Show Notes post at ArtOfTheSermon.com Art of the Sermon is a project by Dan Wunderlich of Defining Grace. Learn more at DefiningGrace.com Disclosure of Material Connection: Some of the links in these show notes may be “affiliate links.” This means if you click on the link and purchase the item, I will receive an affiliate commission. Defining Grace is a participant in the Amazon Services LLC Associates Program. Links: Brené BrownThe power of vulnerability | TED TalkThe Tim Ferriss Show #100: Brené Brown on Vulnerability and Home Run TED TalksDaring Greatly by Brené BrownRising Strong by Brené BrownBraving the Wilderness by Brené Brown

Apr 19 2018
15 mins
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Rank #4: Episode 56: Breaking the First Rule of Preaching

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Thanks for checking out this episode of Art of the Sermon! Be sure to subscribe through Apple Podcasts, Google Play Music, or your favorite podcast app. If you enjoy this episode, leave a review on our podcast’s page in the iTunes store. This will help others discover the show! Topic: Choosing How to Begin Sermons Introduction (0:13) 1 - Compelling preachers are interesting—even when the content is not (3:41) 2 - Recaps and small talk don’t have to be ad-libbed (4:58) 3 - The beginning of a sermon can be used to communicate priorities (6:03) 4 - Consider the context of the entire service (7:03) 5 - Consider the context of your relationship with the congregation (9:07) Wrap up (10:36) Next Episode arrives February 1, 2018! An interview with Robert Carnes - Author, Managing Editor for the Orange Group (Atlanta, GA) Connect with the Show I would love to hear what you think about the show—especially this episode. You can connect with the show and send me your feedback through the following channels: Facebook - Facebook.com/ArtOfTheSermon Twitter- Twitter.com/ArtOfTheSermon Instagram- Instagram.com/ArtOfTheSermon Comment on the Show Notes post at ArtOfTheSermon.com Art of the Sermon is a project by Dan Wunderlich of Defining Grace. Learn more at DefiningGrace.com Disclosure of Material Connection: Some of the links in these show notes may be “affiliate links.” This means if you click on the link and purchase the item, I will receive an affiliate commission. Defining Grace is a participant in the Amazon Services LLC Associates Program. Links: Andy Stanley Sermon PodcastAdam Hamilton Sermon PodcastDan Carlin's Hardcore HistoryTED: Ideas worth spreadingBreaking the First Rule of Preaching - Defining Grace

Jan 18 2018
12 mins
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Rank #5: Episode 57: The Original Storyteller - An Interview with Robert Carnes

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Thanks for checking out this episode of Art of the Sermon! Be sure to subscribe through Apple Podcasts, Google Play Music, or your favorite podcast app. If you enjoy this episode, leave a review on our podcast’s page in the iTunes store. This will help others discover the show! Guest: Robert Carnes - Author, Managing Editor for the Orange Group (Atlanta, GA) General Topic: Elements for Storytelling Introduction to Robert (0:32) Philosophy of communication (5:07) The Original Storyteller (6:45) Why storytelling is important (10:03) Why the recent focus on story? (13:18) Context is key (15:50) The missing element in many "church" stories (19:25) Authentic resolution (23:16) Guarding against manipulation (25:36) Most challenging project (29:43) Easter or Christmas Eve (31:51) Impactful communicators (32:30) Recommended resources (34:09) How to follow Robert (36:06) Reaching out to our guest JamRobCar.com (Robert's website) OriginalStoryteller.com (The book's website) @JamRobCar (Facebook) @JamRobCar (Twitter) @JamRobCar (Instagram) Next Episode arrives February 15, 2018! An interview with Rev. Justin Coleman, Lead Pastor at University United Methodist Church (Chapel Hill, NC) Connect with the Show I would love to hear what you think about the show—especially this episode. You can connect with the show and send me your feedback through the following channels: Facebook - Facebook.com/ArtOfTheSermon Twitter- Twitter.com/ArtOfTheSermon Instagram- Instagram.com/ArtOfTheSermon Comment on the Show Notes post at ArtOfTheSermon.com Art of the Sermon is a project by Dan Wunderlich of Defining Grace. Learn more at DefiningGrace.com Disclosure of Material Connection: Some of the links in these show notes may be “affiliate links.” This means if you click on the link and purchase the item, I will receive an affiliate commission. Defining Grace is a participant in the Amazon Services LLC Associates Program. Links: Robert Carnes' WebsiteThe Original Storyteller WebsiteThe Original Storyteller: Become a Better Storyteller in 30 Days by Robert CarnesThink OrangeMake-A-Wish® GeorgiaChurch Marketing SucksChurchMagSunday MagazineThat Church ConferenceCreated for More: 30 Days to Seeing Your World in a New Way by Jonathan MalmJon AcuffJeff GoinsBuilding a StoryBrand: Clarify Your Message So Customers Will Listen by Donald MillerLess Chaos. Less Noise.: Effective Communications for an Effective Church by Kem MeyerJab, Jab, Jab, Right Hook: How to Tell Your Story in a Noisy Social World by Gary Vaynerchuk

Feb 01 2018
38 mins
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Rank #6: Episode 3: Productivity and Preaching - An Interview with Rev. Chad Brooks

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Thanks for checking out this episode of Art of the Sermon! Be sure to subscribe through iTunes, Google Play Music, or your favorite podcast app. If you enjoy this episode, leave a review on our podcast’s page in the iTunes store. This will help others discover the show! Guest: Rev. Chad Brooks – Pastor at Foundry in Monroe, LA; Host of The Productive Pastor Podcast and Co-Host of The Threshing Floor Podcast General Topic: Productivity and Preaching Introduction to Chad, his ministry, and his church plant (1:02) Philosophy and approach to worship and preaching (3:29) How preaching fits into the larger worship service (4:51) Focusing the sermon (6:30) Story behind The Productive Pastor Podcast (7:34) Secret to staying on top of the challenges and demands of ministry (9:19) Preaching productivity challenges and solutions (11:54) Chad’s sermon preparation process (14:30) Thoughts on delivery style and length (17:46) Using Evernote for collecting and organizing material (24:29) Chad’s toughest and favorite preaching experiences (27:37) Impactful preachers/communicators in Chad’s life (30:06) Influential Books (32:59) How to follow Chad (34:29) Links to things mentioned in the episode The Productive Pastor Podcast - Episode on Chad’s process for reading notes and cataloging The Threshing Floor Podcast Preaching Rocket Evernote TEDx Talk by Aaron Draplin (with use of slides as Chad describes) Nancy Duarte on Amazon Communicating for Change - Andy Stanley We Speak Because We Have First Been Spoken: A "Grammar" of the Preaching Life - Michael Pasquarello III Narrative Reading, Narrative Preaching: Reuniting New Testament Interpretation and Proclamation - Michael Pasquarello III and Joel B. Green (editors) Reaching out to our guest RevChadBrooks.com @revchadbrooks on Twitter RevChadBrooks on Facebook RevChadBrooks on Instagram WeAreFoundry.com Connect with the Show I would love to hear what you think about the show—especially this episode. You can connect with the show and send me your feedback through the following channels: Facebook - Facebook.com/ArtOfTheSermon Twitter- Twitter.com/ArtOfTheSermon Instagram- Instagram.com/ArtOfTheSermon Comment on the Show Notes post at ArtOfTheSermon.com Art of the Sermon is a project by Dan Wunderlich of Defining Grace. Learn more at DefiningGrace.com Disclosure of Material Connection: Some of the links in these show notes may be “affiliate links.” This means if you click on the link and purchase the item, I will receive an affiliate commission. Defining Grace is a participant in the Amazon Services LLC Associates Program.

Oct 26 2015
36 mins
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Rank #7: Episode 51: Preparing for and Preaching Advent - An Interview with Rev. Katie Z. Dawson

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Thanks for checking out this episode of Art of the Sermon! Be sure to subscribe through Apple Podcasts, Google Play Music, or your favorite podcast app. If you enjoy this episode, leave a review on our podcast’s page in the iTunes store. This will help others discover the show! Guest: Rev. Katie Z. Dawson - Lead Pastor, Immanuel United Methodist Church (Des Moines, IA) General Topic: Advent Introduction to Katie (2:09) Philosophy of preaching (3:54) Current events and preaching (4:54) Advent planning and preparation (7:03) Planning chronologically (9:19) Getting in the Advent spirit (11:07) Katie's ideal schedule (13:12) Opportunities and challenges of preaching advent (16:33) Keeping Advent fresh (18:05) All Earth is Waiting - Katie's new Advent book (19:30) Advent is about the future too (23:46) Most challenging communication experience (26:03) Easter or Christmas Eve (27:29) Impactful communicators (28:51) Recommended books and resources (29:36) How to follow Katie (31:17) Reaching out to our guest SalvagedFaith.com (Katie's blog) @PastorKatie (Twitter) Next Episode arrives November 16, 2017! An interview with Andrew Root - Author, Theologian, and Professor at Luther Seminary (St. Paul, MN) Connect with the Show I would love to hear what you think about the show—especially this episode. You can connect with the show and send me your feedback through the following channels: Facebook - Facebook.com/ArtOfTheSermon Twitter- Twitter.com/ArtOfTheSermon Instagram- Instagram.com/ArtOfTheSermon Comment on the Show Notes post at ArtOfTheSermon.com Art of the Sermon is a project by Dan Wunderlich of Defining Grace. Learn more at DefiningGrace.com Disclosure of Material Connection: Some of the links in these show notes may be “affiliate links.” This means if you click on the link and purchase the item, I will receive an affiliate commission. Defining Grace is a participant in the Amazon Services LLC Associates Program. Links: Salvaged Faith (Katie's Blog)All Earth Is Waiting by Katie Z. DawsonAll Earth Is Waiting: Devotions for the Season by Katie Z. DawsonImmanuel United Methodist ChurchDivinity School | Vanderbilt UniversityArt of the Sermon Episode 1: The Blessing and Challenge of Preaching Advent - An Interview with Rev. Magrey deVegaSongs for Christmas | Sufjan StevensClassical Christmas (Spotify Playlist)Vince Guaraldi Trio - A Charlie Brown ChristmasThe Text This WeekAwaiting the Already: An Advent Journey Through the Gospels by Magrey deVegaMichael WilliamsThe Third Plate: Field Notes on the Future of Food by Dan BarberWendell Berry

Nov 02 2017
32 mins
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Rank #8: Episode 58: Identity and Preaching - An Interview with Rev. Justin Coleman

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Thanks for checking out this episode of Art of the Sermon! Be sure to subscribe through Apple Podcasts, Google Play Music, or your favorite podcast app. If you enjoy this episode, leave a review on our podcast’s page in the iTunes store. This will help others discover the show! Guest: Rev. Justin Coleman - Lead Pastor, University United Methodist Church (Chapel Hill, NC) Introduction to Justin (0:47) Philosophy of communication (3:40) Justin's background (7:40) Cross-racial ministry (10:55) The role preaching played in Justin's call to ministry (14:48) How preaching fits into Justin's identity and role as a pastor (16:38) Preaching as a tool for vision and leadership (20:32) How Justin begins every sermon (26:01) Most challenging preaching experience (29:34) Easter or Christmas Eve (34:09) Impactful communicators (36:46) Recommended resources (39:49) How to follow Justin (42:08) Reaching out to our guest @RevColeman (Twitter) @justin.coleman7 (Facebook) UniversityUMC.church (Justin's church website) Next Episode arrives March 1, 2018! An interview with David Van Biema, Author and former head religion writer for Time Connect with the Show I would love to hear what you think about the show—especially this episode. You can connect with the show and send me your feedback through the following channels: Facebook - Facebook.com/ArtOfTheSermon Twitter- Twitter.com/ArtOfTheSermon Instagram- Instagram.com/ArtOfTheSermon Comment on the Show Notes post at ArtOfTheSermon.com Art of the Sermon is a project by Dan Wunderlich of Defining Grace. Learn more at DefiningGrace.com Disclosure of Material Connection: Some of the links in these show notes may be “affiliate links.” This means if you click on the link and purchase the item, I will receive an affiliate commission. Defining Grace is a participant in the Amazon Services LLC Associates Program. Links: University UMC - Chapel Hill, NCUnited Methodist Publishing HouseDuke Divinity SchoolMike SlaughterGinghamsburg ChurchZan Wesley Holmes, Jr.St. Luke Community United Methodist ChurchSMU Perkins School of TheologyRev. William LawsonGardner C. TaylorBishop Will WillimonRev. Bill GattisSam WellsAndy StanleyTimothy KellerRob BellFather Greg BoyleTattoos on the Heart: The Power of Boundless Compassion by Gregory BoyleBarking to the Choir: The Power of Radical Kinship by Gregory BoylereClaimed: Dialogues on Justice and KinshipMinistry MattersJustin Coleman's articles on Ministry Matters

Feb 15 2018
44 mins
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Rank #9: Episode 22: Communicating and Leading As a Woman - An Interview with HBR's Sarah Green Carmichael

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Thanks for checking out this episode of Art of the Sermon! Be sure to subscribe through iTunes, Google Play Music, or your favorite podcast app. If you enjoy this episode, leave a review on our podcast’s page in the iTunes store. This will help others discover the show! Guest: Sarah Green Carmichael, Senior Editor at the Harvard Business Review, Host of the HBR Ideacast General Topic: Leading and Communicating as a Woman in Business Introduction to Sarah and her work (0:45) Experiences where gender was front and center (1:37) Speaking authoritatively (3:22) Reactions to Hillary Clinton (6:09) What has surprised Sarah (7:46) What women can uniquely bring (10:50) Leading large organizations (14:03) Female leaders that Sarah admires (15:24) Opportunities for women leaders (16:32) Advice for male colleagues (19:04) Mentoring female employees (21:15) Words of encouragement (23:21) Favorite and most challenging communication experiences (25:00) Impactful communicators in Sarah’s life (26:22) Book recommendations (27:00) How to follow Sarah (27:54) Reaching out to our guest @skgreen (Twitter) Next Episode arrives September 1, 2016! An interview with Leslie Jordan and David Leonard of All Sons & Daughters Connect with the Show I would love to hear what you think about the show—especially this episode. You can connect with the show and send me your feedback through the following channels: Facebook - Facebook.com/ArtOfTheSermon Twitter- Twitter.com/ArtOfTheSermon Instagram- Instagram.com/ArtOfTheSermon Comment on the Show Notes post at ArtOfTheSermon.com Art of the Sermon is a project by Dan Wunderlich of Defining Grace. Learn more at DefiningGrace.com Disclosure of Material Connection: Some of the links in these show notes may be “affiliate links.” This means if you click on the link and purchase the item, I will receive an affiliate commission. Defining Grace is a participant in the Amazon Services LLC Associates Program. Links: Harvard Business ReviewHBR IdeacastDan Ariely“Famous quotes, the way a woman would have to say them during a meeting.”Therese Huston on the HBR Ideacast"How Women Decide" by Therese HustonMargarita Mayo"Act Like a Leader, Think Like a Leader" by Herminia Ibarra"Lean In" by Sheryl SandbergRevisionist History podcastJoan WilliamsSylvia Ann Hewlett"Failure to Communicate" by Holly Weeks

Aug 18 2016
29 mins
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Rank #10: Episode 39: That'll Preach! - An Interview with Rev. Charley Reeb

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Thanks for checking out this episode of Art of the Sermon! Be sure to subscribe through Apple Podcasts, Google Play Music, or your favorite podcast app. If you enjoy this episode, leave a review on our podcast’s page in the iTunes store. This will help others discover the show! Guest: Rev. Charley Reeb- Author, Pastor at Pasadena Community Church (St. Petersburg, FL) General Topic: That’ll Preach: 5 Simple Steps to Your Best Sermon Ever Introduction to Charley Reeb (0:42) Philosophy of preaching (2:39) Curse of Knowledge and Imposter Syndrome (4:51) Inspiration for “That’ll Preach” (5:48) Why we forget communication fundamentals (8:22) Charley’s passion for preaching (9:49) Balancing the call to preach with pastoral responsibilities (11:34) Preaching in a Biblically illiterate culture (13:27) Bold, passionate proclamation (15:16) Line between being bold and being authoritarian (21:52) Explosion of inspiration (23:34) Favorite and challenging preaching experiences (26:43) Easter or Christmas Eve (28:13) Impactful communicators (28:55) Recommended books and resources (31:14) How to follow Charley (32:58) Reaching out to our guest Charley@CharleyReeb.com CharleyReeb.com (Charley's Website) Next Episode arrives May 18, 2017! An Interview with Rev. Chris Abel, Young Adult Pastor at The United Methodist Church of the Resurrection (Leawood, KS) Connect with the Show I would love to hear what you think about the show—especially this episode. You can connect with the show and send me your feedback through the following channels: Facebook - Facebook.com/ArtOfTheSermon Twitter- Twitter.com/ArtOfTheSermon Instagram- Instagram.com/ArtOfTheSermon Comment on the Show Notes post at ArtOfTheSermon.com Art of the Sermon is a project by Dan Wunderlich of Defining Grace. Learn more at DefiningGrace.com Disclosure of Material Connection: Some of the links in these show notes may be “affiliate links.” This means if you click on the link and purchase the item, I will receive an affiliate commission. Defining Grace is a participant in the Amazon Services LLC Associates Program. Links: That'll Preach!: 5 Simple Steps to Your Best Sermon Ever by Charley ReebCharleyReeb.com | Pastor and Author Charley ReebPasadena Community ChurchMade to Stick: Why Some Ideas Survive and Others Die by Chip Heath, Dan HeathFred B. CraddockNarrative preaching (New Homiletic) - WikipediaUnited Methodist Course of Study | Candler School of Theology | Emory UniversityStart with Why: How Great Leaders Inspire Everyone to Take Action by Simon SinekSimon Sinek: How great leaders inspire action | TED Talk | TED.comBarbara Brown TaylorEugene L. LowryThe Homiletical Plot, Expanded Edition: The Sermon as Narrative Art Form by Eugene L. LowryCommunicating for a Change: Seven Keys to Irresistible Communication by Andy Stanley, Lane JonesIn the Minister's Workshop by Halford E. LuccockNancy DuarteResonate: Present Visual Stories that Transform Audiences by Nancy Duarte

May 04 2017
34 mins
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Rank #11: Episode 32: Interesting Preaching - An Interview with Rev. Eric Huffman

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Thanks for checking out this episode of Art of the Sermon! Be sure to subscribe through iTunes, Google Play Music, or your favorite podcast app. If you enjoy this episode, leave a review on our podcast’s page in the iTunes store. This will help others discover the show! Guest: Rev. Eric Huffman – Lead Pastor, The Story (Houston, TX) General Topic: Keeping Preaching Interesting Introduction to Eric Huffman (0:35) The Story in Houston (2:02) What do you mean by interesting? And why? (4:53) Communicating the Gospel (8:20) What makes some preaching boring (9:38) What interests preachers versus their congregations (12:31) Thoughts on "performance" (17:28) Humor in preaching (23:10) Favorite and challenging preaching experiences (26:24) Impactful communicators (30:29) Recommended resources (35:32) Connecting with Eric (38:17) Reaching out to our guest @EricTheStory (Twitter) @PastorEricHuffman (Instagram) @PastorEricHuffman (Facebook) Next Episode arrives February 2, 2017! An Interview with Rev. Narcie Jeter - Lead Pastor at Point Hope UMC (Mt. Pleasant, SC) Connect with the Show I would love to hear what you think about the show—especially this episode. You can connect with the show and send me your feedback through the following channels: Facebook - Facebook.com/ArtOfTheSermon Twitter- Twitter.com/ArtOfTheSermon Instagram- Instagram.com/ArtOfTheSermon Comment on the Show Notes post at ArtOfTheSermon.com Art of the Sermon is a project by Dan Wunderlich of Defining Grace. Learn more at DefiningGrace.com Disclosure of Material Connection: Some of the links in these show notes may be “affiliate links.” This means if you click on the link and purchase the item, I will receive an affiliate commission. Defining Grace is a participant in the Amazon Services LLC Associates Program. Links: The Story HoustonSt. Luke's United Methodist Church Houston, TexasLouis CKGeorge CarlinAdam HamiltonRob BellWalter BrueggemannWill WillimonStanley HauerwasMark DriscollAndy StanleyBarbara Brown TaylorAnne LamottCraig GroeschelNadia Bolz-WeberJen HatmakerJustin MorganMatt MiofskyJessica LaGroneEmanuel Cleaver"You're Scaring the Children" - Andy Stanley

Jan 19 2017
39 mins
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Rank #12: Episode 40: Young Adult Ministry - An Interview with Rev. Chris Abel

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Thanks for checking out this episode of Art of the Sermon! Be sure to subscribe through Apple Podcasts, Google Play Music, or your favorite podcast app. If you enjoy this episode, leave a review on our podcast’s page in the iTunes store. This will help others discover the show! Guest: Rev. Chris Abel, Young Adult Pastor at The United Methodist Church of the Resurrection (Leawood, KS) General Topic: Young Adult Ministry Introduction to Chris (1:30) Defining "young adult" (4:54) Millennials stereotype (8:12) Philosophy of preaching (10:01) Value of personal invitation (15:02) Where do churches fail? (17:33) Where do churches succeed? (21:15) Tension over worship style (26:13) Cool versus authentic (30:19) Burlap (36:33) Favorite and challenging preaching experiences (37:43) Impactful communicators (39:25) Recommended books and resources (41:02) How to follow Chris (41:39) Reaching out to our guest ChristopherAbel.com (Chris's Website) @christopherabel (Twitter) @christopherabel (Facebook) @christopherabel (Instagram) Next Episode arrives June 1, 2017! An Interview with Rev. Adam Hamilton, Author and Senior Pastor of The United Methodist Church of the Resurrection (Leawood, KS) Connect with the Show I would love to hear what you think about the show—especially this episode. You can connect with the show and send me your feedback through the following channels: Facebook - Facebook.com/ArtOfTheSermon Twitter- Twitter.com/ArtOfTheSermon Instagram- Instagram.com/ArtOfTheSermon Comment on the Show Notes post at ArtOfTheSermon.com Art of the Sermon is a project by Dan Wunderlich of Defining Grace. Learn more at DefiningGrace.com Disclosure of Material Connection: Some of the links in these show notes may be “affiliate links.” This means if you click on the link and purchase the item, I will receive an affiliate commission. Defining Grace is a participant in the Amazon Services LLC Associates Program. Links: Christopher AbelChurch of the ResurrectionBurlapThe Gathering (St. Louis)Holy Trinity Brompton ChurchAlphaBishop Robert “Bob” FarrThe Story HoustonBishop Kenneth H. CarterFresh ExpressionsFresh Expressions USBar Church - The GatheringBurlap PodcastRob BellNOOMAHenry RollinsN. T. WrightBig Magic by Elizabeth Gilbert

May 18 2017
43 mins
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Rank #13: Episode 12: Structure Breeds Spontaneity - Reflecting on Rob Bell

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Thanks for checking out this episode of Art of the Sermon! Be sure to subscribe through iTunes, Google Play Music, or your favorite podcast app. If you enjoy this episode, leave a review on our podcast’s page in the iTunes store. This will help others discover the show! Thank you and hello to new listeners (0:15) Listener Feedback: Joshua (1:45) Rationale behind standard closing questions (2:05) Inspired by comedians (3:00) Listener Feedback: Ryan (4:38) Having something to say (4:57) Noticing and collecting (5:40) Interested, curious, and passionate (7:02) Time is a multiplier (8:22) Rob Bell advice: Make a sermon “to do” list (8:58) Get your voice on the podcast (10:22) Rob Bell: Structure breeds spontaneity (11:14) Rob Bell’s key to memorizing (12:39) Andy Stanley and when things don’t come out right (13:49) Announcements (18:04) Links to things mentioned in the episode Rob’s Amazon Page The RobCast How to Be Here Poets, Prophets, Preachers Sleepwalk with Me My Girlfriend’s Boyfriend AOTS 001 AOTS 010 AOTS 003 Photo of Rob Bell’s “Everything is Spiritual” structure Andy Stanley’s Christianity Today interview Chuck Knows Church AOTS Facebook Page (live streams coming soon - like to be notified!) Reaching out to our guest RobBell.com @RealRobBell (Instagram) Next Episode arrives April 7, 2016! An interview with Derrick Scott III - Executive Director at CCW (Campus to City Wesley Foundation), a multi-campus college ministry in northeast Florida Connect with the Show I would love to hear what you think about the show—especially this episode. You can connect with the show and send me your feedback through the following channels: Facebook - Facebook.com/ArtOfTheSermon Twitter- Twitter.com/ArtOfTheSermon Instagram- Instagram.com/ArtOfTheSermon Comment on the Show Notes post at ArtOfTheSermon.com Art of the Sermon is a project by Dan Wunderlich of Defining Grace. Learn more at DefiningGrace.com Disclosure of Material Connection: Some of the links in these show notes may be “affiliate links.” This means if you click on the link and purchase the item, I will receive an affiliate commission. Defining Grace is a participant in the Amazon Services LLC Associates Program.

Mar 17 2016
20 mins
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Rank #14: Episode 25: A Career in Preaching - Part 1 with Bishop Ken Carter

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Thanks for checking out this episode of Art of the Sermon! Be sure to subscribe through iTunes, Google Play Music, or your favorite podcast app. If you enjoy this episode, leave a review on our podcast’s page in the iTunes store. This will help others discover the show! Guest: Bishop Ken Carter, Florida Conference of the United Methodist Church and President-Elect of the UMC Council of Bishops General Topic: The role preaching has played from local pastor to bishop Introduction to Bishop Carter (1:10) Philosophy and general approach to preaching (3:04) Preaching in the local church (4:39) Adapting sermons to multiple churches (7:33) Finding opportunities to preach while serving as an associate pastor (9:18) How preaching changed while serving a larger church (11:43) Bishop Carter’s sermon preparation process (15:01) Serving as a District Superintendent (19:11) Role of preaching in serving as a bishop (21:13) Role of sermons at Annual Conference/Church Meetings (24:54) Reaching out to our guest Bishop[at]FLUMC[dot]org @BishopKenCarter (Twitter) Next Episode arrives October 20, 2016! Part 2 of our interview with Bishop Ken Carter of the Florida Conference of the United Methodist Church Connect with the Show I would love to hear what you think about the show—especially this episode. You can connect with the show and send me your feedback through the following channels: Facebook - Facebook.com/ArtOfTheSermon Twitter- Twitter.com/ArtOfTheSermon Instagram- Instagram.com/ArtOfTheSermon Comment on the Show Notes post at ArtOfTheSermon.com Art of the Sermon is a project by Dan Wunderlich of Defining Grace. Learn more at DefiningGrace.com Disclosure of Material Connection: Some of the links in these show notes may be “affiliate links.” This means if you click on the link and purchase the item, I will receive an affiliate commission. Defining Grace is a participant in the Amazon Services LLC Associates Program. Links: Florida Conference of the United Methodist ChurchThe UMC Council of Bishops"Talk Like TED: The 9 Public-Speaking Secrets of the World’s Top Minds" by Carmine GalloZan Holmes, Jr.Will Willimon

Oct 06 2016
29 mins
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Rank #15: Episode 34: The Sermon as a Literal Conversation - An Interview with Rev. Brian Combs

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Thanks for checking out this episode of Art of the Sermon! Be sure to subscribe through iTunes, Google Play Music, or your favorite podcast app. If you enjoy this episode, leave a review on our podcast’s page in the iTunes store. This will help others discover the show! Guest: Rev. Brian Combs - Pastor at The Haywood Street Congregation (Asheville, NC) General Topic: Including Two-Way Conversation in Sermons Introduction to Brian Combs (0:44) Keeping the focus of the church (4:03) Conversational preaching (7:08) Evolution of Brian’s process (11:39) Brian’s sermon preparation (12:56) Giving everyone a chance to speak (15:17) Encountering tangents (19:00) Reactions in different contexts (22:17) Tips for trying this style (27:39) Challenging preaching experience (29:25) Impactful preacher (32:50) Recommended books and resources (34:22) How to follow Brian (36:20) Reaching out to our guest Haywood Street Congregation @HaywoodStreet (Twitter) Next Episode arrives March 2, 2017! An Interview with Kenny Jahng, church communications expert Connect with the Show I would love to hear what you think about the show—especially this episode. You can connect with the show and send me your feedback through the following channels: Facebook - Facebook.com/ArtOfTheSermon Twitter- Twitter.com/ArtOfTheSermon Instagram- Instagram.com/ArtOfTheSermon Comment on the Show Notes post at ArtOfTheSermon.com Art of the Sermon is a project by Dan Wunderlich of Defining Grace. Learn more at DefiningGrace.com Disclosure of Material Connection: Some of the links in these show notes may be “affiliate links.” This means if you click on the link and purchase the item, I will receive an affiliate commission. Defining Grace is a participant in the Amazon Services LLC Associates Program. Links: The Haywood Street Congregation - Asheville, NCHoward ThurmanFred B. CraddockDr. Rob BlackburnPeter J. GomesBarbara Brown TaylorWilliam Sloane CoffinFrederick BuechnerCollegeville InstituteMary OliverA Tribe Called Quest

Feb 16 2017
38 mins
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Rank #16: Episode 44: Ministry in Rural Communities - An Interview with Rev. Allen Stanton

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Thanks for checking out this episode of Art of the Sermon! Be sure to subscribe through Apple Podcasts, Google Play Music, or your favorite podcast app. If you enjoy this episode, leave a review on our podcast’s page in the iTunes store. This will help others discover the show! Guest: Rev. Allen Stanton, Pastor at Merritt’s Chapel UMC (Chapel Hill, NC) General Topic: Ministry in Rural Communities Introduction to Allen (1:03) Philosophy of preaching (6:23) Connection to the rural church (10:59) Diversity in the rural church (13:16) Opportunities and challenges of ministry in rural communities (16:37) Fish-out-of-water experiences (18:58) Role of the rural church in the community (23:25) Favorite and challenging preaching experiences (27:54) Easter or Christmas Eve (28:45) Impactful communicators (29:28) Recommended books and resources (30:28) How to follow Allen (31:12) Reaching out to our guest @atstanton (Twitter) MerrittsChapel.org Next Episode arrives August 3, 2017! An interview with Alisha Gordon, Writer and Executive For Spiritual Growth at United Methodist Women Connect with the Show I would love to hear what you think about the show—especially this episode. You can connect with the show and send me your feedback through the following channels: Facebook - Facebook.com/ArtOfTheSermon Twitter- Twitter.com/ArtOfTheSermon Instagram- Instagram.com/ArtOfTheSermon Comment on the Show Notes post at ArtOfTheSermon.com Art of the Sermon is a project by Dan Wunderlich of Defining Grace. Learn more at DefiningGrace.com Disclosure of Material Connection: Some of the links in these show notes may be “affiliate links.” This means if you click on the link and purchase the item, I will receive an affiliate commission. Defining Grace is a participant in the Amazon Services LLC Associates Program. Sponsored By: Conspiritor Collective: The Conspiritor Collective podcast features interviews with musicians, poets, visual artists and writers who live out their Christian discipleship through artistic witness. Through these conversations we meet new artist friends, learn more about God’s call in their lives and hone our understanding of the craft of artistic Christian witness.Links: Merritt's Chapel UMCInstitute for Emerging IssuesAOTS 42: Ministry in a Big City - An Interview with Rev. Olu BrownAOTS 025: A Career in Preaching - Part 1 with Bishop Ken CarterAOTS 026: Preaching as a Tool for Unity - Part 2 with Bishop Ken CarterTown Of Nashville, NCThe Demon DeaconThriving Rural Communities | Duke Divinity SchoolPilgrimageTop 10 CNN Hero Richard JoynerAllen T. Stanton: Community engagement and the rural church | Faith and LeadershipAllen T. Stanton: What can the rural church offer a declining community? Hope | Faith and LeadershipLuke Powery | Duke Divinity SchoolRev. Jeremy Troxler | Spruce Pine United Methodist ChurchRev. David Reeves | Cullowhee United Methodist ChurchPreaching as Local Theology and Folk Art by Leonora Tubbs TisdaleDem Dry Bones: Preaching, Death, and Hope by Luke A. Powery

Jul 20 2017
32 mins
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Rank #17: Episode 7: The Artist Preacher - An Interview with Rev. Sarah Heath, Part 1

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Thanks for checking out this episode of Art of the Sermon! Be sure to subscribe through iTunes, Google Play Music, or your favorite podcast app. If you enjoy this episode, leave a review on our podcast’s page in the iTunes store. This will help others discover the show! Guest: Rev. Sarah Heath – Teaching/Preaching Site Pastor at Shepherd of the Hills UMC in Rancho Santa Margarita, CA General Topic: The Artist Preacher Introduction to Sarah and her ministry (1:25) Philosophy and approach to preaching (6:00) The reemergence of storytelling (10:00) Appreciating the ordinary (11:25) Artistic Sarah and Pastor Sarah (14:46) Commitment to being challenged (20:20) Accountability and staying honest (21:46) The inherent challenge of being artistic in ministry (23:58) Influencing and being influenced (27:12) Authenticity and identity (28:43) Non-artists in the creative church (33:23) The need for a diversity of identities (35:24) How to follow Sarah (37:27) Links to things mentioned in the episode Storyline — Donald Miller 2016 UMC Lead Conference “I Am a Pastor” — Sarah Heath Brené Brown’s TED Talk Defining Grace blog post on Brené Brown’s TED Talk Steal Like an Artist — Austin Kleon Reaching out to our guest RevSarahHeath.com @RevSarahHeath (Twitter) @RevSarahHeath (Instagram) Next Episode arrives January 14, 2016! More from the conversation with Sarah. Connect with the Show I would love to hear what you think about the show—especially this episode. You can connect with the show and send me your feedback through the following channels: Facebook - Facebook.com/ArtOfTheSermon Twitter- Twitter.com/ArtOfTheSermon Instagram- Instagram.com/ArtOfTheSermon Comment on the Show Notes post at ArtOfTheSermon.com Art of the Sermon is a project by Dan Wunderlich of Defining Grace. Learn more at DefiningGrace.com Disclosure of Material Connection: Some of the links in these show notes may be “affiliate links.” This means if you click on the link and purchase the item, I will receive an affiliate commission. Defining Grace is a participant in the Amazon Services LLC Associates Program.

Jan 01 2016
39 mins
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Rank #18: Episode 21: The Role of Preaching in a Growing Church - An Interview with Adam Weber

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Thanks for checking out this episode of Art of the Sermon! Be sure to subscribe through iTunes, Google Play Music, or your favorite podcast app. If you enjoy this episode, leave a review on our podcast’s page in the iTunes store. This will help others discover the show! Guest: Adam Weber – Founding and Lead Pastor at Embrace Church, the fastest growing United Methodist Church General Topic: The Role of Preaching in a Growing Church Introduction to Adam and his work (1:11) Growth and Heath of Embrace Church (3:36) Philosophy of communication and preaching (6:16) How growing up outside the church shapes preaching (7:16) Role of preaching at Embrace (11:38) Guest preachers (13:29) Adam’s upcoming book on prayer (17:47) Teaching from within the community (20:24) Authenticity in preaching (23:45) Challenging and favorite preaching experiences (28:45) Recommendations (32:54) How to follow Adam (35:07) Reaching out to our guest AdamWeber.com @AdamWeber (Twitter) @AdamAWeber (Instagram) Next Episode arrives August 18, 2016! An interview with Sarah Green Carmichael - Senior Editor at Harvard Business Review and Host of “HBR Ideacast” Connect with the Show I would love to hear what you think about the show—especially this episode. You can connect with the show and send me your feedback through the following channels: Facebook - Facebook.com/ArtOfTheSermon Twitter- Twitter.com/ArtOfTheSermon Instagram- Instagram.com/ArtOfTheSermon Comment on the Show Notes post at ArtOfTheSermon.com Art of the Sermon is a project by Dan Wunderlich of Defining Grace. Learn more at DefiningGrace.com Disclosure of Material Connection: Some of the links in these show notes may be “affiliate links.” This means if you click on the link and purchase the item, I will receive an affiliate commission. Defining Grace is a participant in the Amazon Services LLC Associates Program. Links: Embrace ChurchThe Conversation with Adam Weber"Talking with God: What to Say When You Don’t Know How to Pray" by Adam WeberTED TalksEagle Brook Church – Bob MerrittSouthland Christian – Jon Weece

Aug 04 2016
36 mins
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Rank #19: Episode 43: When Sermon Illustrations Aren't "Family Friendly" - An AOTS Minisode

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Thanks for checking out this episode of Art of the Sermon! Be sure to subscribe through Apple Podcasts, Google Play Music, or your favorite podcast app. If you enjoy this episode, leave a review on our podcast’s page in the iTunes store. This will help others discover the show! General Topic: Discernment and Pop Culture Sermon Illustrations Happy 4th of July! (0:41) Pulpit Fiction Podcast (2:04) Intro to the Minisode Topic (3:01) Step 1: Pray about it (4:21) Step 2: Don’t automatically reject something because it’s messy (4:56) Step 3: Let the stories of Scripture be your guide (5:47) Step 4: Use Philippians 4:8 as a test (6:32) Step 5: Just because it is messy or ambiguous doesn’t mean it’s profound (7:54) Step 6: Understand that the medium matters (9:08) Step 7: Be clear and intentional about why you want to reference something (10:09) Step 8: Are there other options? (11:07) Step 9: Context, context, context (12:04) Wrap up (13:00) Next Episode arrives July 20, 2017! An Interview with Rev. Allen Stanton, Pastor at Merritt’s Chapel UMC (Chapel Hill, NC) Connect with the Show I would love to hear what you think about the show—especially this episode. You can connect with the show and send me your feedback through the following channels: Facebook - Facebook.com/ArtOfTheSermon Twitter- Twitter.com/ArtOfTheSermon Instagram- Instagram.com/ArtOfTheSermon Comment on the Show Notes post at ArtOfTheSermon.com Art of the Sermon is a project by Dan Wunderlich of Defining Grace. Learn more at DefiningGrace.com Disclosure of Material Connection: Some of the links in these show notes may be “affiliate links.” This means if you click on the link and purchase the item, I will receive an affiliate commission. Defining Grace is a participant in the Amazon Services LLC Associates Program. Links: When Sermon Illustrations Aren’t “Family Friendly" - Defining Grace Blog PostPulpit Fiction Podcast

Jul 06 2017
15 mins
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Rank #20: Episode 36: Love, Joy, Creativity, and Space Jam - An Interview with Brad Montague

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Thanks for checking out this episode of Art of the Sermon! Be sure to subscribe through iTunes, Google Play Music, or your favorite podcast app. If you enjoy this episode, leave a review on our podcast’s page in the iTunes store. This will help others discover the show! Guest: Brad Montague, the creative mind behind Kid President General Topic: The power of love, joy, and creativity Introduction to Brad Montague (0:51) Brad's love for kids (2:25) Philosophy of communication (5:51) Source of Brad's hope and joy (9:13) Responding to life's challenges (13:05) Faith like a child (16:18) Smuggling hope (20:07) Kids' advice on being a better grown up (23:07) What's your Space Jam? (25:12) Challenging creative experience (32:11) Impactful communicators (35:09) Recommended books and resources (37:44) How to follow Brad (41:00) One more thing! Brad emailed me afterward and said he forgot to mention some friends of his who "help me see God in ways I often forget." Check out their current project on YouTube here: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCanZUyabsUrhSF8wRz6ADtQ Reaching out to our guest MontagueWorkshop.com @TheBradMontague (Twitter) @BradMontague (Instagram) Next Episode arrives April 6, 2017! An interview with Rev. Jim Harnish, author and retired United Methodist pastor Connect with the Show I would love to hear what you think about the show—especially this episode. You can connect with the show and send me your feedback through the following channels: Facebook - Facebook.com/ArtOfTheSermon Twitter- Twitter.com/ArtOfTheSermon Instagram- Instagram.com/ArtOfTheSermon Comment on the Show Notes post at ArtOfTheSermon.com Art of the Sermon is a project by Dan Wunderlich of Defining Grace. Learn more at DefiningGrace.com Disclosure of Material Connection: Some of the links in these show notes may be “affiliate links.” This means if you click on the link and purchase the item, I will receive an affiliate commission. Defining Grace is a participant in the Amazon Services LLC Associates Program. Links: Montague WorkshopKid PresidentMontague Workshop on YouTubeA Balloon's Story.Smuggling Hope.A Pep Talk About a Pep Talk.The Fred Rogers CompanyInky JohnsonMike FosterPeople of the Second ChanceWalking on Water: Reflections on Faith and Art by Madeleine L'EngleOn Being with Krista TippettThe Orbital Perspective: Lessons in Seeing the Big Picture from a Journey of 71 Million Miles by Astronaut Ron GaranLove Stuff - YouTube

Mar 16 2017
42 mins
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