Posts Tagged ‘Sermon Feedback’
Would You Do THIS To Improve Your Skills As A Preacher?
Being a preacher is easy… As long as you don’t want to get any better. If you want to improve, you have to pull back the curtain and walk into this terrifying arena called FEEDBACK. Before you have a nervous breakdown, take a deep breath and relax. This doesn’t have to be like dental surgery. Think…Read More
The Lonely Preacher
Preachers are often lonely. In fact, as we’ve talked with hundreds of pastors, we’ve found a common denominator that isn’t being talked about in too many circles. 1. Most preachers prepare alone. How do you prepare to preach? Do you take 1 day? Do you scramble on Saturdays? Do you study every day? There are…Read More
Building a Sermon Feedback Team
In Part 1 of the Leveraging Feedback series, we discussed the fact that feedback is inevitable in the world of preaching and speaking. It comes with the territory. And yet, that doesn’t mean you have to absorb the feedback and give it credibility. In fact, we gave you the permission to ignore feedback. Suggesting that…Read More
This is Part 1 in a series on feedback from Jeff Henderson, the co-founder of Preaching Rocket and the Lead Pastor of Gwinnett Church. If you’re going to be a communicator, feedback is inevitable. It comes with the territory and arrives in all sorts of ways. Sometimes, you get feedback immediately after your presentation. Other…Read More