Art of the Sermon Episode 14: Learning As You Go – More with Derrick Scott III

Art of the Sermon Episode 14: Learning As You Go – More with Derrick Scott III
April 21, 2016 Dan Wunderlich

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Guest: Derrick Scott III – Executive Director at CCW (Campus to City Wesley Foundation)
General Topic: The Blessings and Challenges of New Ministry Forms

Ministry Matters and Google Play Music (0:15)
Announcement: NC Preaching Festival (1:13)
Listener Email: Abby (2:21)
Listener Feedback: Haley (4:27)
When Things Don’t Come Out Right with Rick (5:28)
Congratulations to Father Jonathan and family (7:01)
Derrick Scott III on mobile ministry (7:48)
Derrick on the challenges of new ministry (13:00)

Links to things mentioned in the episode

CCW (Campus to City Wesley)
Urban Soul
Intuition Ale Works
Justin McRoberts

Reaching out to our guest

@Dluruth3 (Twitter)

Next Episode arrives May 5, 2016!

An interview with Dr. Brian Russell – Professor of Biblical studies and Dean of the School of Urban Ministries at Asbury Theological Seminary, Writer, and Speaker

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