It is easy for churches to fall victim to the plague of typos and poor grammar. While not the most important aspect of ministry, it may mean more than you think.
027: Understanding and Connecting with Emerging Generations – An Interview with Kristen Soltis Anderson – Art of the Sermon
Kristen Soltis Anderson is a pollster and a political contributor to ABC World News. She joins us to talk about what she’s learned about emerging generations and how to connect with them.
Art of the Sermon Episode 024: Science, Doubt, and Faith – An Interview with “Science Mike” McHargue
“Science Mike” McHargue is a podcaster and writer that helps people reconcile their faith with modern science. He joins us to talk about his new book “Finding God in the Waves” as well as the relationship between science, doubt, and faith.
Art of the Sermon Episode 022: Communicating and Leading As a Woman – An Interview with HBR’s Sarah Green Carmichael
Sarah Green Carmichael is a Senior Editor at Harvard Business Review who has closely studied leadership and strategy. She joins us for a conversation about the role gender plays for women in communicating and leading.
The most important impact your sermon should make is with the gathered community in worship. However, there are some good reasons why you should extend your sermon through podcasting.