Art of the Sermon Podcast
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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.
Use the links below to connect with the show and send in your feedback. I would love to hear what you’re learning, what has made an impact for you, and if you have any guests you would love to hear on the podcast!
Art of the Sermon Episode 022: Communicating and Leading As a Woman – An Interview with HBR’s Sarah Green CarmichaelRead more
Sarah Green Carmichael is a Senior Editor at Harvard Business Review who has closely studied leadership and strategy. She joins us for a conversation about the role gender plays for women in communicating and leading.
Art of the Sermon Episode 021: An Interview with Adam Weber – The Role of Preaching in a Growing ChurchRead more
Adam Weber, the founding and lead pastor of the fastest growing United Methodist Church, joins us to talk about the role preaching plays in his community. He also emphasizes the importance of authenticity.
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The most important impact your sermon should make is with the gathered community in worship. However, there are some good reasons why you should extend your sermon through podcasting.
Art of the Sermon Episode 019: Podcasting for Pastors and Ministries – An Interview with Jonathan HoweRead more
Jonathan Howe joins us to talk about the potential benefits and pitfalls found in podcasting for pastors and ministries. This is a great conversation touching on both theory and practice.