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Every Sunday twenty two thousand people come to hear Rick Warren speak. Twenty thousand come to hear Bill Hybles. Eight thousand listen to Tony Evans. Each ones sells thousands of copies of their sermons. They are able to connect effectively with 21st century audiences in a way that is unique. What makes them such effective communicators? Mega Speaking reveals the 12 skills that these three mega preachers have in common. It is an in depth study, summary and analysis based of their delivery, content, and forms their sermons take, and how they apply rules of communication. It examines what these…mehr

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Every Sunday twenty two thousand people come to hear Rick Warren speak. Twenty thousand come to hear Bill Hybles. Eight thousand listen to Tony Evans. Each ones sells thousands of copies of their sermons. They are able to connect effectively with 21st century audiences in a way that is unique. What makes them such effective communicators? Mega Speaking reveals the 12 skills that these three mega preachers have in common. It is an in depth study, summary and analysis based of their delivery, content, and forms their sermons take, and how they apply rules of communication. It examines what these super stars have in common. Tony Evans mentors while he preaches, Rick Warren councils, and Bill Hybels shares his personal struggles. But none them are orators. These preachers use slightly elevated street language. They have no thought of trying to impress with the linguistic skill. They are never crude, critical, judgmental or negative, but they sound more like spiritual truck drivers than seminary graduates. If you want to improve your speaking and gain insight from some of the most respected contemporary communicators, this book will be a great help to you.
Autorenporträt
Christopher Sherwood is an Assistant Pastor serving at Park Street Church in downtown Boston. He earned his Doctor of Ministry and MA from Gordon-Conwell Seminary in South Hamilton Massachusetts. He works with Young Adults, Arts and Care ministry teams.