55: Living for Another – An Interview with Brent Gambrell – Art of the Sermon
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Guest: Brent Gambrell – Author, President of Brent Gambrell Ministries (Nashville, TN)
General Topic: Living for Another
Introduction to Brent (1:02)
Call to traveling preaching (4:21)
Philosophy of preaching (7:15)
Connecting to your listeners (8:52)
Inspiration for “Living for Another” (11:49)
Why we still miss “one another” (16:14)
Why self-help isn’t helpful (19:34)
Brent’s love for Barnabas (25:46)
Favorite and most challenging preaching experience (29:03)
Easter or Christmas Eve (30:21)
Impactful communicators (31:12)
Recommended resources (32:41)
How to follow Brent (33:57)
Links to things mentioned in the episode
- Brent Gambrell Ministries
- Living for Another: More of Others, Less of You by Brent Gambrell
- Richard Ross
- Louis CK — Everything Is Amazing And Nobody Is Happy – YouTube
- Billy Graham Evangelistic Association
- When Helping Hurts: How to Alleviate Poverty Without Hurting the Poor . . . and Yourself by Steve Corbett, Brian Fikkert, John Perkins, David Platt
- A Man After God’s Own Heart by Jim George
- David Platt
- C. S. Lewis
Reaching out to our guest
BrentGambrellMinisstries.com (Brent’s website)
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Breaking the First Rule of Preaching
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