Speaking to a room is different than speaking online. Here’s why:
When you speak to a live audience you enjoy an attention monopoly. A crowd has gathered specifically to hear you speak. You have the floor.
Even if a sermon is dull, people rarely get up and leave a church service. It’s considered rude.
But when you post your sermon online, it becomes a part of the attention economy. Now it’s one of a billion different voices, all competing for the audience’s attention. Viewers can depart with the tap of a button.
You must compete for the audience’s attention without compromising your message. I can train you to speak up for Jesus in the attention economy.