Art of the Sermon Episode 023: Poets & Saints – An Interview with Leslie Jordan of All Sons & Daughters

Art of the Sermon Episode 023: Poets & Saints – An Interview with Leslie Jordan of All Sons & Daughters
September 1, 2016 Dan Wunderlich

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Guest: Leslie Jordan of All Sons & Daughters
General Topic: Poets & Saints, writing for worship, and her love for the local church

Introduction to Leslie and All Sons & Daughters (0:45)
Love for and work with the local church (2:49)
The relationship between pastors and worship leaders (6:52)
The story and inspirations behind Poets & Saints (8:39)
Leslie’s favorite parts of the new album (13:22)
Connecting the traditional and modern in worship (17:36)
The song “You Are Love and Love Alone” (21:06)
Influences (23:39)
How to follow All Sons & Daughters (25:21)

Links to things mentioned in the episode

All Sons & Daughters
Tour Dates
Poets & Saints (iTunes | Amazon)
Poets & SaintsBook, Participant’s Guide, Curriculum
Journey Church – Franklin, TN
Walking on Water by Madeleine L’Engle
“Great Are You, Lord” on Omaha Beach
Poems with Power to Strengthen the Soul
How the Light Gets In: Writing as a Spiritual Practice by Pat Schneider
Sandra McCracken
David C. Cook
Integrity Music

Reaching out to our guest

Next Episode arrives September 15, 2016!

An interview with “Science Mike” McHargue

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