As preachers, we make points in every sermon we preach.
We try to communicate at least one point. One idea. One bottom line.
We may have one major point but a number of supporting points. The point is, you make points. Get the point?
So, what do you do with every point you make? Is it enough just to say the words. “My main point is _________. Okay, let’s close in prayer.” Well, we both know that would be insufficient.
We have to do more than just say a point for it to stick. But how do we do this? How do we develop sticky points that land on people in powerful ways.
In this video, I suggest doing at least three things with every point you make in your sermons. Using these as a base line allows you to do more if you’d like, but make sure you’re at least doing these three things with every point you make in your sermons. Give it a watch and let me know what you think in the comments. What do you do with every point you make?