Pastors and seminary students---looking for a fresh way to communicate to their congregations? You'll appreciate Garner's expert advice for "non-actors" on crafting and delivering first-person narrative sermons. Discover how taking on the voice of a biblical character, fictional person, or present-day personality can illustrate gospel messages with extraordinary and memorable power.
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Review 1 for Getting into Character: The Art of First-Person Narrative Preaching
Helpful in every way.
Date:February 27, 2012
Packed full of helpful tips and hints for delivering biblical narrative!
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Review 2 for Getting into Character: The Art of First-Person Narrative Preaching
Date:July 6, 2010
A good resource for personal reflection and sermon prepatation. Implementing all the suggestions and insights in the book will take time, but should be worth the effort. You will learn valuable tools to help you 'see' the character (biblical or non-biblical) and presnt his/her perspective in your message.