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2014 Festival Bulletins, Handouts and Recordings

Download the bulletins and handouts from the 2014 Festival of Homiletics:

2014 Festival of Homiletics bulletin (May 19, 2014)Worship service bulletins:

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We're Ready for the Festival!

festivalImage Credit: Ready for Festival 2013 by Luther Seminary on Flickr

The Festival of Homiletics begins in a few days! We are very blessed and excited to welcome all of the speakers and attendees to this year's Festival, centered around "Preaching with Holy Imagination." For those of you who are unable to join us in person, be sure to check the blog daily for photos and recaps, as well as updates throughout the day on Facebook and Twitter. Welcome everyone!

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Welcome!

Image Credit: Minneapolis Reflection by Matthew Paulson on Flickr

Welcome to Minneapolis! We are so excited you are here, and we hope you are looking forward to the Festival of Homiletics 2014, which begins tomorrow. If you haven't left yet, don't forget to pack an umbrella and a few layers - Minnesota weather this time of year can change quickly. Enjoy your week in "Preaching with Holy Imagination!"

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Festival Line-Up Recap

The Festival of Homiletics will begin in a little less than two months! Here is a recap of the speakers you can look forward to, as well as some of the highlights that Minneapolis has to offer! 

Speakers

Check out this link for more information about each speaker

Barbara Brown Taylor

Mike Slaughter

Anna Carter Florence

Peter Rollins

Yvette Flunder

David Lose

John Bell

Lauren Winner

Walter Brueggemann

Karoline Lewis

Brian McLaren

Michael Curry

Craig Barnes

Angela Hancock

Grace

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Vendors Profile #1

Here are a few vendors you can expect to see at the Festival of Homiletics this May:

Shop the World Gifts

Shop the World Gifts is a Fair Trade gift shop that is fighting world poverty by bringing together thousands of poor, but very talented artisans with people who will appreciate their works. Our merchandise comes to us through missionaries and several fair trade organizations from the largest to the smallest ones.
 
Our physical store opened in 2006 and is located in Englewood, Tennessee,

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