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SermonSmith is a series of interviews with thoughtful preachers about the craft of sermon preparation. Guests include Brian Zahnd, Steve Carter, John Mark Comer, Bryan Loritts, AJ Sherrill, Mark Sayers, David Guzik, Tara Beth Leach and more.

Customer Reviews

Important and Needed Discussion

Those of us who teach regularly have to be intentional about the kinds of workflows that we engage in, but we rarely talk about it. We like to talk about the great sermon, but negate to talk about the time, discipline and effort spent in getting the sermon to that place long before it was ever delivered.

This podcast is bringing that needed discussion to the surface. It's been so helpful for me to hear other people's workflows and to learn how to do the discipline of my craft better.

I've been recommending it to everyone I know who preaches or teaches regularly

Insightful and helpful.

For those who spend their time crafting sermons, this is well worth your time. Very insightful and helpful! I already have 2-3 ideas that I'm going to implement into my sermon prep from the first two interviews. Can't wait for more!

Prepare to get sermonized

I've known for a while that John Chandler hosts a podcast about creating sermons, but have only started listening recently. When I was looking for the podcast, I searched "The Sermonizer". Which is a ridiculous title and I have no reason why I thought it was the name of the podcast.

Luckily for you, the title and content are much better. The sermon smith interviews some great crafters of sermons and there's tons of gold to find as you sift through the episodes. Prepare to get sermonized.

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