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Anthony Bailey

Lead Minister, Parkdale United Church, Ottawa, Canada

Craig Barnes

President and Professor of Pastoral Ministry at Princeton Theological Seminary

Nadia Bolz Weber

Founding Pastor, House for All Sinners and Saints, Denver

Walter Brueggemann

Professor Emeritus of Old Testament at Columbia Theological Seminary

Diana Butler Bass

Author, speaker and independent scholar of American religion and culture

Anna Carter Florence

Peter Marshall Associate Professor of Preaching, Columbia Theological Seminary

Michael Curry

Bishop of the Episcopal Diocese of North Carolina

Donald Davis - New Voice

Storyteller

Pulpit Fiction - New Voice

Progressive Christian Podcast - Hosts Eric Fistler and Robb McCoy

The Fleshpots of Egypt

Bluegrass Music Group

Yvette Flunder

Founder and Lead Pastor of City of Refuge UCC Church; San Francisco, CA

Andrew Foster Connors - New Voice

Senior Pastor, Brown Memorial Park Avenue Presbyterian Church

Kent Gustavson

Author, Speaker, Educator & Musician

Adam Hamilton

Founding Pastor, United Methodist Church of the Resurrection, Leawood, KS

Mary Hess - New Voice

Professor of Educational Leadership and Chair of Leadership Division, Luther Seminary

Grace Imathiu

Minister, United Methodist Church

Rolf Jacobson

Associate Professor of Old Testament; Luther Seminary

Eunjoo Mary Kim - New Voice

Professor of Homiletics and Liturgics; Iliff School of Theology, Denver

Karoline Lewis

Alvin N. Rogness Associate Professor of Homiletics, Luther Seminary

David Lose

President, Lutheran Theological Seminary at Philadelphia

Barbara Lundblad

Joe R. Engle Professor of Preaching Emerita, Union Theological Seminary in New York City

MaryAnn McKibben Dana

Pastor, Idylwood Presbyterian Church & Co-Chair of NEXT Church

Brian McLaren

Author, speaker and activist

Sara Miles - New Voice

Author, Founder and Director, the Food Pantry, Director of Ministry, St. Gregory Nyssa Episcopal Church

Otis Moss III

Pastor, Trinity United Church of Christ, Chicago

Carrie Newcomer - New Voice

Songwriter, Recording Artist, Performer and Educator

John Philip Newell - New Voice

Poet, Peacemaker and Scholar

Luke Powery

Dean of Duke University Chapel & Associate Professor of the Practice of Homiletics at the Divinity School

Rabbi Ben Romer - New Voice

Spiritual Advisor, Bonay Kodesh, Chesterfield County, Vir.

Matt Skinner

Associate Professor of New Testament at Luther Seminary

Richard Ward - New Voice

Fred B. Craddock Professor of Homiletics and Worship Director of Denominational Formation (United Church of Christ), Phillips Theological Seminary

Will Willimon

Professor of the Practice of Christian Ministry

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"Preaching from the Mountain: Heralds of Good Tidings"

Isaiah 40: 9 Get you up to a high mountain,O Zion, herald of good tidings;

lift up your voice with strength, O Jerusalem, herald of good tidings,

lift it up, do not fear; say to the cities of Judah,“Here is your God!”

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Still time to sponsor!

We are still looking for sponsors for the 2015 Festival of Homiletics. If you are interested, please contactCall Teri Temple at ttemple001@lthersem.edu.

Sponsor a Large Break: $2500

Sponsor a break on one of the mornings of the festival (Tuesday- Thursday)  – morning breaks are catered and include beverages and breakfast items for the participants. The Festival coordinator handles all of the details. This sponsorship includes a Vendor Table - a $250 value, a program mention in the schedule – “Break sponsored by…”, signage at the all of the venues during the ...

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Speaker Profile: Otis Moss III

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The Rev. Dr. Otis Moss III is the Senior Pastor of Trinity United Church of Christ in Chicago, IL. Otis Moss III previously served as pastor of the historic Tabernacle Baptist Church in Augusta, Ga. He speaks and preaches at churches, seminaries and colleges worldwide. Pulpit Journal recently named Moss one of the 20 ministers to watch who will shape the future of the African-American church. Belief.net named Moss one of the future religious leaders who will impact the African- American church. Newsweek magazine cited Moss as one of “God’s foot soldiers,” committed to transforming ...

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