Incorporating closed-captions on your sermons allows people to engage with your content if they don’t have headphones or are hearing impaired. Reading closed-captions while listening to the audio of a sermon can also help people process and internalize the message.
Don’t be a Moses.
“Don’t be a Moses?” you think. “But Moses was an incredible leader!”
Yeah, an incredible leader who almost burned out.
Until Jethro stepped in. [Read more…]
Raise your hand if you’ve been here before:
You’re about to transition to a new verse or point in your sermon, when all of a sudden you can’t remember what’s next. Or you allude to the next slide in the presentation, only to see that you were wrong about the next slide. Now you’re busy backtracking.
These are the blunders a confidence monitor can save you from.
If you’re writing expository sermons, it means you’ve developed skills for serious Bible study.
And not only that, you’ve developed skills for sharing the wealth you discover with others.
As you know, that process takes a lot of time, demands many steps, and requires a number of resources. How can you tighten it up without skipping the steps you know you need to take for an accurate, thorough, transformative sermon? [Read more…]