Welcome to The On Preaching Podcast, the podcast dedicated to helping you preach faithfully, clearly, and better.
In this episode, I want to talk to you about how to get healthy freedback on your preaching.
Each week, I talk to someone about my sermon before I preach. And I talk to someone about if after I preach. I believe growing preachings seek healthy feedback. But how can you get feedback on your preaching?
Here are ten ways to get healthy feedback on your preaching.
- Read your manuscript to team members.
- Greet members after services.
- Seek feedfack from others.
- Share your sermon notes or manuscripts.
- Start conversations about the sermon.
- Participate in a worship review.
- Ask your wife for feeback.
- Discuss the sermon with preaching friends.
- Listen or watch your sermon.
What do you do to get healthy feedback on your preaching?
Growing preachers seek healthy feeback. – H.B. Charles Jr.
- BOOK: On Preaching by H.B. Charles Jr.
- ARTICLE: 3 Things I Need God to Do For Me As I Preach | H.B. Charles Jr.
- PODCAST: How to Preach a Better Sermon Next Week (#058)
- BOOK Anointed Expository Preaching by Stephen Olford & David Olford
- BOOK: Preach: Theology Meets Practice by Greg Gilbert & Mark Dever
The Cutting It Straight Expository Preaching Conference will take place September 17-19, 2019 at the Shiloh Church in Jacksonville, Florida. This conference is dedicated to training, promoting, and modeling biblical preaching and teaching. There will be tracks for preaching, Christian education, Pastors’ Wives, Women’s Ministries, and Worship and Arts. Register today!
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