Art of the Sermon Episode 020: Why You Should Podcast Your Sermons

Art of the Sermon Episode 020: Why You Should Podcast Your Sermons
July 21, 2016 Dan Wunderlich

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Pokemon GO (0:26)
Social Media Graphics Tutorial Video (2:13)
Experimentation with the Show (2:37)
Back to Podcasting (3:38)
Podcasting Your Sermons (4:32)
Reason 1: Time (5:23)
Reason 2: Church Attendance (7:07)
Reason 3: Sermons have Purpose (11:46)
Reason 4: Value Beyond Your Church (13:02)

Links to things mentioned in the episode

Pokemon GO Blog
Pokemon GO Location Registration (UPDATE: The Developer Has Removed the Form)
Social Media Graphics Tutorial
AOTS 018
AOTS 019
Rainer on Leadership Podcast
Pat Flynn Podcasting Tutorials
Podcast Method
The Podcast Answer Man
Howe Original Blog Post on Podcasting Equipment
Blue Icicle XLR to USB Adaptor
Blue Yeti USB Microphone
Sure SM58 Microphone
Heil PR40 Microphone Package
Focusrite Digital Audio Interfaces
Blueberry Podcasting Plugin
Libsyn Podcast Hosting
Rainer Twitter Poll on Sermon Prep Length
Barna Data on Church Attendance
Carey Nieuwhof Blog on Church Attendance

Next Episode arrives August 4, 2016!

An interview with Adam Weber – Founding and Lead Pastor at Embrace Church, the fastest growing United Methodist Church

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