Sketchnote Preaching, You Say?

Over at The Antioch Session, you’ll find this interesting post about how C. Wess Daniels has discovered the value of using Sketchnotes as his primary method for outlining his sermon: This process of learning to incorporate visual note-taking and sketches into my workflow has helped me immensely in my writing and preaching. For more than a year I have been … Read More

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AJ Sherrill

AJ Sherrill is the parish pastor of Trinity Grace Church in the Chelsea neighborhood of New York City. AJ describes how his philosophy of preaching led to a five step prep process, how he sees preaching as primarily an act of compassion, and how he mines his own private blog as he prepares each sermon. (more…) http://media.blubrry.com/sermonsmith/p/audio.srmn.co/2014/28-AJ_Sherrill.mp3Podcast: Play in new … Read More

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Have you seen MacSparky’s Presentations Field Guide?

Previous Sermonsmith guest, David Sparks, has published another MacSparky Field Guide on Presentations. While they’re all great, this one is most relevant to all of us preacher types. Thanks to David, I have several copies to give away. Interested? Here’s four ways you can enter: 1) Leave a comment below 2) Let me know on Twitter by sending a tweet. … Read More

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Michael Hyatt on Evernote for Speakers

Michael Hyatt recently posted on how he has started using Evernote to build a library of quotes of illustrations, quotes and statistics for speaking: Recently, I started using it to manage the raw components of my speeches. I have seen a lot of different systems for this. One of my authors, who is also a popular public speaker, once showed … Read More

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