2017 Year in Review

Episode 54 · December 21st, 2017 · 36 mins 2 secs

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In October 2017, this podcast celebrated its 2-year anniversary! Thank you all so much for listening and supporting the show for the last two years!

On this year-end episode, we look back at some memorable moments from 2017 on the podcast. Whether you’ve been a listener from the beginning or you have joined in along the way, this is a great recap.

Hint, hint: It would also be a perfect episode to share with friends or colleagues who have yet to listen!

Finally, every episode is available in full for listening and downloading completely free. Check out the archives at ArtOfTheSermon.com to find episodes you may have missed or favorites you’d like to listen to again.

Intro (1:09)
Carey Nieuwhof - Preaching as leadership (2:17)
Adam Hamilton - Preaching that connects with the non-religious (5:08)
Jorge Acevedo - The benefits of team sermon planning (8:37)
Sophia Agtarap - Finding the right voices to speak (12:32)
Olu Brown - Building a welcoming, diverse, and inclusive congregation (15:46)
Alisha Gordon - The fatherless of Scripture and single mothers (18:25)
Dalton Rushing - Preaching when you're not feeling it (21:12)
Narcie Jeter - Self care and learning to really trust God (24:15)
Ryan O'Neal - Guiding principles for creative work (27:51)
Brad Montague - The enduring power of hope (31:17)

Next Episode arrives January 4, 2018!
An interview with Brent Gambrell, author and President of Brent Gambrell Ministries (Nashville, TN)

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