41: Preaching with Purpose – An Interview with Rev. Adam Hamilton – Art of the Sermon

41: Preaching with Purpose – An Interview with Rev. Adam Hamilton – Art of the Sermon
June 1, 2017 Dan Wunderlich

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Guest: Rev. Adam Hamilton, Founding and Lead Pastor at The United Methodist Church of the Resurrection (Leawood, KS)
General Topic: Purposeful Preaching

Introduction to Adam (1:22)
Philosophy of preaching (2:13)
Church mission statements (3:30)
How Adam’s preaching has evolved (5:48)
Categories of sermons (7:21)
Adam’s “travel” series (12:24)
Young preachers (17:13)
Handling distractions (19:43)
Two approaches to preaching (25:13)
Favorite and challenging preaching experiences (28:39)
Recommended resources (32:48)
How to follow Adam (35:18)

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Reaching out to our guest

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Next Episode arrives June 15, 2017!

An Interview with Rev. Olu Brown, Founding and Senior Pastor at Impact Church (Atlanta, GA)

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