To improve any sermon, pastors should consider the three hearts of preaching: God’s heart (what He meant), our heart (how we embrace it and deliver it with passion), and the listeners’ hearts (if they want to do it). Learn practical strategies about the three hearts of preaching from veteran pastor Knute Larson at the Lunch & Learn event.
Larson will present three sessions at Clarks Summit University on the morning of March 31, 2022.
Larson has coached more than 100 churches in the last 12 years, drawing from his experience serving two strong churches in Ohio for more than four decades. He directs “Pastorpedia,” a monthly video and blog for church leaders, and has written six books, two of which are about the church. His website KnuteLarson.com shares ideas and resources for pastors and church boards. Larson and his wife Jeanine live in southwestern Michigan and have two married daughters.
$20 registration includes:
- Continental breakfast
- Chick-fil-A boxed lunch
- Three main sessions with Knute Larson
- Q&A time
The first 50 individuals to register will also receive the complimentary book, “Scripture’s Story,” written by Baptist Bible Seminary professors. Seating is limited; early registration is encouraged.
Spouses are welcome and will need to register separately.
This leadership event is a ministry of Clarks Summit University and Baptist Bible Seminary.
Register by March 25
Clarks Summit University Recreation Center, room 209
Schedule: March 31, 2022
- 8:30 a.m.: Registration/Continental Breakfast
- 9 a.m.: Session 1: God’s Heart
- 10 a.m.: Session 2: My Heart (with CSU students)
- 11 a.m.: Session 3: Listener’s Heart
- Noon: Lunch and Q&A time with Knute Larson
- 1:15 p.m.: Event concludes
Paul Golden, email@example.com, 570-585-9202