A survey from Barna research found that 90% percent of pastors rate themselves as “above average” speakers – which is of course, mathematically impossible.
So how do you address this delicate topic? Should you take your pastor aside and say, “Bro, your sermons stink. Get your act together.”
Let me suggest a better strategy.
Even pastors who think of themselves as good speakers are perplexed by online preaching. Seminary prepared them to speak to an audience, not a camera. Most pastors freely admit they need help reaching people online.
I offer a free online mini-course that can help your pastor become a more effective online communicator. It’s called The Nine Commandments of Great Online Preaching. This 52-minute video course will teach your pastor nine key skills that will sharpen his speaking skills – both on screen, and in person.