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26th Festival of Homiletics - 2018 Washington, D.C.

"Preaching and Politics"

  • The Festival of Homiletics is a week-long conference that brings together top-notch preachers and professors of Homiletics to inspire a discourse about preaching, worship and culture.
  • Lectures and worship services are open only to paid participants to maintain adequate seating for all of our registered participants. Single day registration is available to accommodate spouses or visiting guests.
  • We will not be recording the workshops to create a safe space for personal interaction to take place. We will also not be recording Anna Carter Florence's lecture due to contractual obligations.
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"Workshop: Part 2 "Rocking the Flock with Stories" Not Recording" by Geraldine Buckley

05/24/2018 11:00AM—Luther Place Memorial Church

* We will not be recording the workshops to create a safe space for personal interaction to take place.

Presenter: Geraldine Buckley

Title: "Rocking the Flock with Stories"

Part 1 of two-hour workshop

Description

This workshop is designed for preachers, Sunday school teachers, counselors, prison chapel volunteers, and anyone who wants to change people’s lives through story.  It explores:

  • The power of personal stories in communicating with a faith based audience
  • Using humor to transform lives
  • Using stories as an outreach tool
  • Shaping a personal story.

Part lecture and part group discussion with an interactive element, you will be telling stories before the time is through!