Art of the Sermon Episode 18: Design and the Dangers of Storytelling – More with Brady Shearer

Art of the Sermon Episode 18: Design and the Dangers of Storytelling – More with Brady Shearer
June 16, 2016 Dan Wunderlich

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Guest: Brady Shearer – CEO of Pro Church Tools and Host of the Pro Church Podcast
General Topic: Design, Storytelling, and Ministry Online

Summer moves and retirements (0:15)
Advent Prep (2:24)
How to create social media images (4:41)
Church branding (9:56)
Dangers of storytelling (10:49)
Online ministry (17:44)

Links to things mentioned in the episode

Pro Church Tools
Pro Church Podcast
Awaiting the Already: An Advent Journey Through the Gospels – Magrey deVega
Songs for the Waiting: Devotions Inspired by the Hymns of Advent – Magrey deVega
Art of the Sermon Episode 1: The Blessing and Challenge of Preaching Advent – An Interview with Rev. Magrey deVega
Adobe Spark
Church Branding on Pro Church Tools
Simple Church Branding on Defining Grace
Pro Church Podcast 102 – Lessons For Young Filmmakers with Elle Ginter

Reaching out to our guest

@BradyShearer (Twitter, Instagram)
@BradyShearer1 (Snapchat)

Next Episode arrives July 7, 2016!

An interview with Jonathan Howe – Director of Strategic Initiatives at LifeWay

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