Application is vitally important in preaching. If no one applies your message, then why did you preach it? It's SOO much better when we know that our listeners are latching on to what we're saying and it's making a difference. In this video, we are going to explore three ways we can give application in our messages that makes them more applicable.
Preaching plays such a vital role in your church's ability to attract and retain first-time guests. What can you do to position your preaching to reach more people and encourage your church to invite more people? Rich Birch of Unseminary is on today to share some practical tactics to leverage your preaching for growth!
So much in preaching can get lost in transition! When moving from one thought to another, how do you make the connections? In this video we dive into four ways to smoothly navigate transitions in your sermons.
I've always been fascinated with stand-up comedy, and I've always wanted to try it. I finally did recently and I wanted to share with you what I am learning from the experience and what the take always are for us as preachers.
The fear of public speaking is very common. This fear plagues preachers just as much as anyone else. How do you overcome nervousness before you preach? In this video, we'll deal with what commonly makes preachers nervous before a sermon and 5 ways to overcome nerves before any message.
Perfectionism is something all of us deal with but very few preachers realize it! The need to have everything perfectly prepared for my sermon is something I often strive for. But is that helpful? Is there a better way? Yes! In this video, I'll show you how this has affected me and what I'm doing about it.
In the final video of this "How to Write a Sermon" series, we dive into the Holy Spirit's vital role in sermon prep!
In step 6 of this series, we dive into why and how you should rehearse every sermon you preach!
In this video, we dive into the concept of collaborating on your sermons. We'll explore why it's so helpful to get feedback on your message BEFORE you preach it.