Breathing Patterns

Breathing Patterns Preaching To The Choir Is Always Complicated, But Especially So When That Choir Happens To Be A Seminary Community In This Collection Of Sermons, Delivered In The Chapel Of The University Of Dubuque Theological Seminary PCUSA , Robert P Hoch, Assistant Professor Of Homiletics And Worship, Weaves Together Life Experiences, Careful Readings Of The Scripture, And Pastoral Wisdom For The Benefit Of Seminarians, Pastors, And Educators Often Poetic, Dr Hoch S Sermons Are Crafted So That They Speak Not Only To The Peculiar Life Of A Seminary Community, But Broadly To The Larger Life Of The Church Beyond The Sermons Themselves, Readers Will Hear Dr Hoch S Reflections On Individual Sermons, Reflections That Sometimes Betray The Sermon Behind The Sermon Whether As A Student, Seasoned Pastor, Or Officer In The Church, Readers Will Find In These Pages A Partner With Whom They Can Share The Journey Of Faith. I ve written the book so I think I m biased either to love or loathe it beyond its merits So, if you don t mind, I ll leave off reviews and move straight to narrative The book emerged as an almost reflective exercise on chapel preaching why do we preach in chapel what is chapel s relationship to the church what is

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  • Paperback
  • 159 pages
  • Breathing Patterns
  • Robert P. Hoch
  • English
  • 10 July 2017
  • 9781606085264