33: When Cancer Steals Your Voice – An Interview with Rev. Narcie Jeter – Art of the Sermon

33: When Cancer Steals Your Voice – An Interview with Rev. Narcie Jeter – Art of the Sermon
February 2, 2017 Dan Wunderlich

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Guest: Rev. Narcie Jeter – Lead Pastor, Point Hope UMC (Mt. Pleasant, SC)
General Topic: Trusting in God while recovering from cancer surgery

Introduction to Narcie Jeter (1:16)
The power of meaningful conversation (4:25)
Narcie’s story begins (5:44)
Diagnosed with brain tumor at age 30 (9:17)
The second surgery (10:03)
The power of memory (14:36)
Wrestling with God and calling (19:38)
Encouragement for others who are struggling (22:16)
How Narcie is doing now (27:28)
Most challenging preaching experience (29:16)
Impactful communicators (30:24)
Recommended resources (31:32)
Connecting with Narcie (32:37)

Links to things mentioned in the episode

Reaching out to our guest

@NarcieJeter (Twitter)
@NarcieJeter (Facebook)
Narcie’s Blog

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Next Episode arrives February 16, 2017!

An Interview with Rev. Brian Combs – Lead Pastor at The Haywood Street Congregation (Asheville, NC)

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