You want people to take action from your preaching, right? Of course you do. That’s why we do it – so that people will respond to God’s word and God’s grace. It’s amazing how much God can do with a single sermon in someone’s life.
What we’re going to talk about today are some essential principles or ingredients for motivating action from your preaching. We believe these 5 things will put you in a position where you can do as much as you can possibly do in order to set people up for a successful response to God’s word. Obviously God is the one who causes the growth in people’s lives, but we have the responsibility to sow the seed. So why not sow it with some intention?
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Show Notes: 5 Principles for Motivating Action From Your Preaching
The 5 Principles:
- Preach with one point
- Be application driven throughout
- Boil it down to an action item
- Be inspiring
- Show passion
How do you intentionally motivate people to take action from your preaching?