39: That’ll Preach! – An Interview with Rev. Charley Reeb – Art of the Sermon

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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)

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CharleyReeb.com (Charley’s Website)

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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)

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