The Convergence of Conversation and Proclamation in Public Space

Do you sense that God's spirit should speak from within a community during the sermon? Are you looking for a way to incorporate conversation into your public preaching? For the sake of mission in post-Christian spaces, should the one-way monologue be reconsidered? Does dialogue seem like chaos in a worship service?

Let's dive into the possibilities.

Friday, May 29th

2pm ET

Brought to you by:


Dan White

Dan White Jr (MA Capitol Seminary) is a full-time consultant and coach with the V3 Movement, coaching cohorts from around the country through a 9-month system for movement and mission. He co-founded The Praxis Gathering: A Yearly Conference for Innovation and Immersion in Discipleship. Dan’s has written four books The Art of Dialogical Preaching (2020) Love Over Fear (2019), Subterranean (2014) and co-authored the award winning The Church as Movement (2017). Dan is married to Tonya (22 yrs), dad to Daniel and Ari, and can be found enjoying conversations at his local neighborhood coffee shop. Connect @ danwhitejr.com


Taeler Morgan

Taeler Morgan (PCUSA, MDiv Bethel Seminary) is planter/pastor of Gather Tacoma, church planting coach with the V3 Movement, and co-host of the Women Planters Connection Facebook community. She and her family love hanging out in their neighborhood, exploring the Pacific Northwest, and finding adventure in the ordinary!