32: Interesting Preaching – An Interview with Rev. Eric Huffman – Art of the Sermon

32: Interesting Preaching – An Interview with Rev. Eric Huffman – Art of the Sermon
January 19, 2017 Dan Wunderlich

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Guest: Rev. Eric Huffman – Lead Pastor, The Story (Houston, TX)
General Topic: Keeping Preaching Interesting

Introduction to Eric Huffman (0:35)
The Story in Houston (2:02)
What do you mean by interesting? And why? (4:53)
Communicating the Gospel (8:20)
What makes some preaching boring (9:38)
What interests preachers versus their congregations (12:31)
Thoughts on “performance” (17:28)
Humor in preaching (23:10)
Favorite and challenging preaching experiences (26:24)
Impactful communicators (30:29)
Recommended resources (35:32)
Connecting with Eric (38:17)

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Reaching out to our guest

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@PastorEricHuffman (Instagram)
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Next Episode arrives February 2, 2017!

An interview with Rev. Narcie Jeter – Lead Pastor at Point Hope UMC in Mt. Pleasant, SC

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