Getting out of the pulpit and getting involved in the community where you serve is a great way to build and grow relationships and get to know yourself. Bob Kaylor talks with Jim Kinder how he stepped out of the pulpit to connect with those outside of his church.
Many preaching experts tell us that shorter sermons are better due to the short attention spans of 21st century people. The evidence from sermons from some of the most popular preachers in America, however, indicates that sermons over 30 minutes are standard. In this episode of the podcast, Bob Kaylor talks with Teddy Ray about debunking the myth that shorter is better.
Hindsight is 20/20. Looking back, what advice would you give your younger self? Listen as Bob Kaylor talks about five pieces of wisdom he would impart on his younger self.
Often times as we prepare for Holy Week and Easter Sunday we overlook Holy Saturday. Listen as Bob Kaylor talks about confronting the grave.
This week, Bob Kaylor talks about the three D's of storytelling—details, dialogue, and delayed denouemen.
This week, Bob Kaylor shares some ideas about what to do with the content that gets cut from your sermon.
This week, Bob Kaylor sits down with Adam Kline to talk about preaching to new christians and not-yet christians.
This week, Bob Kaylor sits down with Adam Kline to talk about how he has been preaching thematically through the Epistles and how it has fit into the current place of the church.
This week, Bob Kaylor talks about preaching the Epistles and why it's important.
This week, Bob Kaylor talks about using sermon starters to help jump start your sermon prep each week and how to use it effectively.
This week, Bob Kaylor talks about the seven habits of highly effective preachers.
This week, Bob Kaylor talks about three books on the cross and crucifixion that may help you prepare for the Lenten season.
This week, Bob Kaylor continues his discussion with Adam Kline about sustaining longevity in preaching.
This week, Bob Kaylor sits down with Adam Kline to discuss sustaining longevity in preaching.