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Theology On Mission Podcast #12: What is Preaching and Why Bother?

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Big Idea: Preaching = Announcing the new world has come in Jesus Christ.

In an image driven culture, why do we still have sermons? What good can a Sunday sermon have when everyone is bombarded by other messages all week long? What is preaching for anyway?

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David Fitch and Geoff Holsclaw talk about preaching as proclamation (different than teaching) and how the “imagination” is essential for it transforming people toward Christ-likeness.

 

unnamedDon’t miss the MISSIONAL LEARNING COMMONS on “The Mission of Preaching”, Nov. 6-7, Chicago, IL.
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Topics and Presenter will be:

PREACHING: Proclaiming or Teaching, or…? ~ David Fitch
POUR OVER SERMONS: Brewing in the Spirit ~ Tara Beth Leach
RESURRECTION IMAGINATION: Good News in the Religious Marketplace ~ Matt Tebbe
PREACHING “THROUGH” AND “TO” VULNERABILITY ~ Mandy Smith

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