Are you preaching from a manuscript? Do you have a bullet point list that serves as your sermon notes? Are you stepping into the pulpit with no notes with your entire message memorized and ready to deliver?
Very few pastors ever start out, completely satisfied with how they handle their sermon notes for every sermon — maybe over time you get a bit more comfortable, but in the end many preachers aspire to handle the notes part of preaching with a greater level of effectiveness.
In this episode of Preaching Through Podcast we talk about the different type of sermon note concepts most preachers use, the pros and cons of some of those concepts, and provide insightful discussion around the concept of reading from a manuscript along with the desire to preach with no notes.
You want to deeply connect with the material you're preaching and that means finding the right level of connectedness to your notes so you can preach a faithful and fruitful message. In the end, there isn't a right way — there is really the right way for you.
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