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Brandon J. O'Brien on Writing for Life and Ministry
Is writing an article or book all that different from writing a sermon or Sunday school lesson? Listen as Brandon J. O'Brien talks about his new book, Writing For Life and Ministry: A Practical Guide to the Writing Process for Teachers and Preachers.
Mitchell Chase on Allegory and Typology
Mitch Chase (PhD, The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary) is the pastor at Kosmosdale Baptist Church and an adjunct professor at Boyce College in Louisville, Kentucky. He’s the author of Behold Our Sovereign God, The Gospel Is for Christians (2nd ed.), and 40 Questions About Typology and Allegory. He is married to Stacie, and they have four boys.
J.T. English on Deep Discipleship
J. T. English, Ph.D., is an author and teacher, and currently serves as the lead pastor of Storyline Fellowship in Arvada, CO. Previously, JT served as a pastor at The Village Church in Flower Mound, TX, where he founded and directed The Village Church Institute, which is committed to theological education in the local church. Listen as J.T. and I talk about his new book, Deep Discipleship: How the Church Can Make Whole Disciples of Jesus.
Jen Oshman on Writing and Enough About Me
Jen Oshman is a wife and mom to four daughters and has served as a missionary for almost two decades on three continents. She currently resides in Colorado, where she and her husband serve with Pioneers International, and she encourages her church-planting husband at Redemption Parker. Her passion is leading women into a deeper faith and fostering a biblical worldview. She writes about that at www.jenoshman.com
Brandon Crowe on Writing and Productivity
Dr. Brandon Crowe joins the show today to talk about writing and his new book, Every Day Matters: A Biblical Approach to Productivity.
Courtney Reissig on Writing and Emotions
Courtney Reissig is a writer and Bible teacher living in Little Rock, Arkansas. She is the proud mom of four sons, happy wife to Daniel, and author of three books: The Accidental Feminist, Glory in the Ordinary, and Teach Me to Feel: Worshiping Through the Psalms in Every Season of Life. Her writing has appeared in the Washington Post, The Gospel Coalition, and Christianity Today (among other publications). When she is not writing or wrangling kids, she enjoys running and a relaxing Friday night. Her family belongs to Immanuel Baptist Church. You can follow her on Twitter or Instagram (@courtneyreissig).
Informative & Encouraging
As a man in ministry and relatively new to writing, I find this podcast to be very insightful from a wide-range of writers. They have encouraged me to find my own voice, be consistent in fine-tuning my craft, and finding the right perspective for my motivation to write. I’m working my way through the episodes starting at episode 1 (currently on episode 7) and I’m looking forward to making this a weekly digestion of wisdom towards writing!
Christian writers, you need this!
I can't remember how I stumbled upon this podcast, but the guest line up alone should encourage you to subscribe. What I love about Home Row the most, however, is the practical "nuts and bolts" writing talk. I've gleaned so much for my own writing life, and I'm encouraged to continue wrestling down the words.