Hello Church!

How to Get Feedback On Your Messages

April 19, 2022 Ministry Pass Season 2 Episode 11
How to Get Feedback On Your Messages
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Hello Church!
How to Get Feedback On Your Messages
Apr 19, 2022 Season 2 Episode 11
Ministry Pass

Among all the responsibilities you have in your life as a pastor, improving your sermon writing and delivery should be of high importance. One of the biggest contributor to improvement is the lack of critical feedback.

Because pastors preach the good news every week, improving and growing as a communicator is very important. 90% of people chose the church they attend based on the pastor's preaching so your message needs to be biblical, clearing, interesting, and relevant and practical.  

This episode of Hello Church! explains why asking for feedback from members of your congregation is so crucial; being critiqued will help your sermons become more potent and more compelling than ever.

Get the free Sermon Evaluation Form
http://hellochurchpodcast.com/critique

Watch & Subscribe on YouTube

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Among all the responsibilities you have in your life as a pastor, improving your sermon writing and delivery should be of high importance. One of the biggest contributor to improvement is the lack of critical feedback.

Because pastors preach the good news every week, improving and growing as a communicator is very important. 90% of people chose the church they attend based on the pastor's preaching so your message needs to be biblical, clearing, interesting, and relevant and practical.  

This episode of Hello Church! explains why asking for feedback from members of your congregation is so crucial; being critiqued will help your sermons become more potent and more compelling than ever.

Get the free Sermon Evaluation Form
http://hellochurchpodcast.com/critique

Watch & Subscribe on YouTube

Welcome
Pastors Don't Get Feedback on Their Sermons
Get the Ultimate Sermon Evaluation Form
Give the Form to Someone You Trust
Questions on the Form and Who to Ask
Final Thoughts