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Performing Sermons Latinamente
Jared E. Alcántara, Elizabeth Conde-Frazier, and Lis Valle explore how their shared Latinx identity shapes the way they preach. They define the sermon performed latinamente as an improvisational, interactive, and transformative event embodied in community.
Academic Article | February 08, 2021
Does Anybody Really Know What Time It Is? Thoughts on Preaching and the Teaching of Preaching
Looking at today’s North American cultural climate, Alyce McKenzie reflects on what it’s time to let go of in preaching and in the teaching of preaching—and what it’s time to grab hold of.
Academic Article | November 09, 2020
Preparing Our Preaching Pedagogies for the Year 2030
In this paper, Jared Alcántara proposes a twenty-first century preaching pedagogy that he describes as “a turn toward improvisational teaching that is technologically innovative, intentionally collaborative, and strategically diverse.”
Academic Article | July 06, 2020
Deep Calls to Deep: Nurturing Preachers for the Work of Proclamation
Deep Calls to Deep is a program to strengthen preaching by using communities of peer groups to nurture pastors’ own spiritual, emotional, physical, and imaginative lives. In this paper, Ruthanna Hooke discusses the structure and themes of Deep Calls to Deep, a peer group learning program rooted in the conviction that preaching is soul-work.
Academic Article | June 17, 2020
Pedagogical Insights on Teaching African American Preaching
This essay reflects on Frank Thomas' unique journey through the pastorate to become a teacher of preaching, and on the pedagogy he developed along the way.
Academic Article | December 11, 2019
A Difficult Assignment: Suggestions for Leading in the Sanctuary
This lecture offers some concrete suggestions as to how clergy and musicians can better work together to inspire a worship life that helps others to unwrap the gift of grace.
Academic Article | July 11, 2012
Baptizing the Nations: Mission, Culture, and Liturgy in the Gospel of Matthew
Research/writing project for 2003 Luce Seminar, “Prospects of Historic Liturgies in a Postmodern Age.” A work in progress.
Academic Article | May 15, 2012