Preaching as a Tool for Unity – Part 2 with Bishop Ken Carter

Episode 26 · October 20th, 2016 · 19 mins 7 secs

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Guest: Bishop Ken Carter, Florida Conference of the United Methodist Church and President-Elect of the UMC Council of Bishops
General Topic: Preaching as a tool for unity

The role of preaching in times of conflict (1:11)
Wesleyan theology in today's world (5:30)
Preaching in fresh expressions of the Church (7:35)
Favorite and most challenging preaching experiences (10:08)
Impactful preachers and communicators (12:00)
Influential books (13:00)
Recommended preachers (15:02)
How to follow Bishop Carter's work (17:35)

Reaching out to our guest
@BishopKenCarter (Twitter)

Next Episode arrives November 3, 2016!
An interview with Kristen Soltis Anderson, Co-Founder of Echelon Insights and Political Contributor to ABC News

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