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The Art of Teaching

John Mark Comer, Jon Tyson, & Jefferson Bethke
ChristianityReligion & Spirituality

how do we become more compelling communicators in the way of Jesus? Join John Mark Comer, Jon Tyson, and Jefferson Bethke as they try to answer that question in this podcast. Includes larger thematic episodes alongside smaller Q&A episodes.


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Latest Episodes

In this episode JMC, Jon, and Jeff chat about part 2 of burnout--how to spot it, and what to do about it. more

8 months ago

In this episode JMC, Jon, and Jeff chat about contextualization. It's importance, how to/not to, and so much more. more

8 months ago

In this episode JMC, Jon, and Jeff chat about part 2 of burnout--how to spot it, and what to do about it. more

8 months ago


4.9 out of 5 stars from 100 ratings
  • Love the idea here

    Love the podcast/idea here. Would really appreciate if Jefferson would slow down a bit/not talk over JM or Jon!

    Apple Podcasts
    United States8 months ago
  • Not in pastoral ministry, but I relate

    When John Mark Comer said, he only felt the grace of God to preach, then it left him. I nodded. As a mom, there are blocks of days/weeks, where the grace is only to complete the tasks God has given me, and once I’m done, I don’t have energy for anything. I also relate to preaching to the principalities of the air. Humble brag, but I knew about that reality before this podcast. Only because of experience. There are seasons, where I can feel strong opposition to pray and worship. And when I do pre... more

    Apple Podcasts
    Canada8 months ago
  • Very thought provoking

    Really enjoy these conversations, has been very thought provoking! Just two critiques: more

    Apple Podcasts
    Canada8 months ago
  • Great and…

    This is great- would love to have a female voice join the table!

    Apple Podcasts
    United States8 months ago
  • Great leadership podcast

    Although I’m not a public speaker, I’ve found a lot to what is mentioned here relevant to overall growth in leadership and what it means to be a great speaker. more

    Apple Podcasts
    United States9 months ago

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