Tag: sermon writing
5 Things Preachers Should Stop Doing!
Today’s post is written by Mark Clark. Mark is Senior Pastor of Village Church in Vancouver, a close friend, and co-creator of our course The Art of Better Preaching. By Mark Clark I have the great opportunity to not only communicate as part of my job – as a preacher, writer, conference […]
5 Ways To Get Feedback On Your Preaching Without Crushing Your Feelings
by Carey Nieuwhof: I admit it, I can be a little sensitive to criticism. Whenever I’m finished giving a sermon or talk, you know what I really want to hear? You crushed it. That was world-class. Best message ever. That was spectacular. Show me the secret sauce. Okay that’s over-the-top, […]
7 tips to eliminate boring from your sermons (and avoid writer’s block)
by Carey Nieuwhof: Ever write a message or talk that even you suspected was boring? That’s exactly where I found myself a while back. I’d outlined my message for our current series weeks ago, but when I went back into it 6 days before delivery, I realized I’d written a […]