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Getting Your Sea Legs And Finding Your Own Voice with Tucker Maile

By October 3, 2022December 2nd, 2022No Comments

Tucker Maile, lead pastor of Calvary Boise, speaks with Mike about getting his “preacher’s sea legs” after floundering about for the first few minutes at the start of each sermon. They also speak about their shared conviction about the power of monological preaching, and the supplementary value of conversational dialogical conversational didactic conversations – both before and after the preaching event.

Isaiah 40: 6-8The voice said, “Cry out!”And[d]he said, “What shall I cry?”“All fleshisgrass,And all its lovelinessislike the flower of the field.The grass withers, the flower fades,Because the breath of theLordblows upon it;Surely the peoplearegrass.The grass withers, the flower fades,Butthe word of our God stands forever.”

Tucker Mailespent four years heading the Kingdom Collective, post-college-age fellowship, before assuming his current position as Lead Pastor of Calvary Boise.“I love teaching people about God, encouraging them in their day-to-day life, and inspiring them to know Jesus better. Our God is the author of everyone’s walk of faith and I love to hear the stories of all He is doing in and through the people I’m privileged to serve.”

Resources Mentioned:

Tuck and Tom Show :

Conversation with Kirk Crager on Ecclesiates:

Top 10 Things to do in Boise, Idaho :

Recommended Episodes

Evan Wickham – Sermons should be prepared in community:

Nijay Gupta – How NOT to use commentaries:

Greg Jao – Collaboration and invitation:

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