By Peter Mead on Feb 19, 2019
Not all feedback is created equal. How you handle it can shape your preaching.
By Eric Mckiddie on May 6, 2014
We need brutally honest, educated and constructive feedback, but how can we get it?
By Peter Mead on Apr 6, 2018
Do you want quality feedback on your sermons? Peter Mead offers insights into the right kind of questions preachers should be asking.
By Carey Nieuwhof on Aug 15, 2014
Every week, gifted communicators kill the messages they bring by making at least seven predictable, fixable mistakes.
By Brandon Hilgemann on Jul 8, 2019
11 tips to help make you a better guest preacher—one they will actually want to invite back.
By David Fitch on Oct 29, 2021
There are better compliments than "I really enjoyed your sermon."
By Peter Mead on Nov 9, 2019
To stay effective in the preaching ministry, we need the humble, hearing heart of novice.
By Brian Orme on Apr 15, 2014
What you think about your preaching while preparing your message might be just as important as the words you say when you deliver it.
By Brandon Cox on Sep 20, 2017
"If you want to grow up on the inside, then you have to get more comfortable with correction."
By Peter Mead on Mar 28, 2019
If listeners aren't satisfied, it could be a good sign, or it could be a bad sign. In the same way, happy listeners may mean something is wrong.
By Ray Hollenbach on Dec 17, 2018
Beyond the weekly phrase, "Good word, Preacher," the spiritual lives of the people in your church provide excellent feedback regarding the effectiveness of your preaching.
By Dr. Larry Moyer on Jun 14, 2021
Not everyone will tell you how they feel about your preaching. Larry Moyer offers three popular frustrations about preaching that people often keep to themselves.
By Lance Witt on Aug 28, 2017
One of the reasons the word accountability gets a bad rap is because of the way some people have carried out accountability. Holding people accountable is not using your position as a club to embarrass, humiliate, mistreat, belittle or shame people. Our accountability of people should make those on our team better not bitter.