Process Preaching: Speaking Freely in the Extemporaneous Mode

September 24, 2013 - September 26, 2013
Offered by Luther Seminary
St. Paul MN


September 24-26, 2013


Have you ever tried to get away from reading your sermons? Over the years many pastors hone their skills at writing and are able to fill their sermons each week with creative and inspiring material. The problem comes with delivering those carefully crafted messages in a powerful way. Perhaps you are a pastor who would like to speak your sermon freely without reading it word for word but need a method for doing so. Process Preaching can help you speak your sermon manuscripts freely in the extemporaneous mode.

This method has been taught to over 300 pastors in the Kairos program during the past 10 years.
Here are some things these students are saying about the seminar.
* “This process is the missing piece I’ve been looking for. It’s a game changer for me. I am energized because it is challenging to write the sermon and then prepare to speak it freely.”
* “Since taking the workshop many people have commented to me about how much of a difference they see and how much better my preaching is now.”
* “I continue to be inspired by your class and feel that I have been given a fresh, engaging approach to sermon delivery.”
* “Thank you for the workshop. I think I’ve had good content in my preaching, but this goes to the next level.”

Maximum Enrollment: 15


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Dates: September 24-26, 2013

Seminar Leader: Jerry Larson, Pastor Emeritus, Calvary Lutheran Church, Edina, Minn

Tuition: $160

Contact Hours: 11

Class Times:
Tuesday, 1-4 p.m.
Wednesday, 8:30 a.m.-5:00 p.m.
Thursday, 8:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m.

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