UNCHARTEDA PODCAST FOR MEN
REDESIGN, RETELLING, + A “SPIN”
Hosted by Justin Adams, Danny Oertli, Colin McFarland
w/ Special Guest(s) Craig Smith, Stacy Ludwig, Chris Goble, + Zac Anderson
REDESIGN, RETELLING, + A "SPIN"
IN THIS EPISODE
- A focus inside this [MHC] church? | 2:51
- An Expository Teacher by nature | 7:51
- There’s nothing new under the sun | 9:37
- The Word is ALIVE | 15:05
- How a weekend is developed | 18:51
- Tangibility is key | 25:15
- Adaptived Movie Draft | Shakespeare: w/ Stacy Ludwig, Chris Goble, + Zac Anderson | 33:52
1 | Expository Teaching
Expository instruction involves an organized teaching method where information is presented in a specific order. This helps to keep your focus and attention and lays out all of the information you need to know in a way that helps you to remember it.
2 | The Word is Alive
The whole heart of what we’re talking about today is centered around this concept. Even though the Bible was written a long, long time ago (in what could seem like, a galaxy far away) there are themes and lessons that we still apply today. The Word of God is a living, breathing thing, that we should be wholly immersing ourselves in daily!
Rules to the Movie Draft
We wanted to emphasize that STORIES, no matter hold old, can still have meaning today. And who better to embody that than the original man himself, William Shakespeare. In this movie draft, we will be picking movie adaptations of Shakespeare plays, no matter how obscure. We hope that this opens your eyes that there can be modern applications, renditions, and lessons learned through the power of good storytelling. No matter when it was written.
Colin, Danny, and Justin are joined by Craig as they go through a deep dive on what goes into sermon series planning, how the Bible is still relevant today, the different types of preaching styles and topics and so much more. We really wanted to focus on bridging that gap between non-Christians’ arguments on how “The Bible is old and doesn’t have anything to say about today’s problems or what I’m going through in this modern age.” Stay tuned for the end of the episode as we do a fun movie draft focused on Shakespeare adaptations and what that means to modern movie watchers. You’re not going to want to miss this episode, as always, thanks for tuning in.
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