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Preparation: Part 2: Self-Evaluation

How should I invest my limited study time so that I am ready to preach?

Self-Evaluation

How could your sermon preparation process be changed so that you consistently produce higher quality sermons? The following questions can lead your thinking in the possibilities.

  • Do you (a) look forward to sermon preparation, (b) accept it as a weekly discipline, or (c) dread it?

  • How satisfied are you with your preparation process? (a) very dissatisfied, (b) dissatisfied, (c) mixed feelings, (d) satisfied, or (e) very satisfied.

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francis robinson

March 17, 2008  2:33pm

This was a Blessing. I have been feeling worn while preparing sermons. Thank you for this!

siyabulela

June 23, 2007  1:01am

very good.i am interested in becomin one of your students because i can feel the calling of god upon my life

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