Must I become a televangelist?

I was speaking to a pastor about the Online Preaching coach. Here were his questions:

Must I turn the worship service into a TV show?

Do I need a completely new preaching style?

Must I become an entertainer or comedian?

Do I need a huge tech team and a bunch of expensive equipment to pull this off?

Must I water down doctrine?

Will this take more time, because I barely have time to finish my sermons as it is.

The answer to these questions is no, no, no, no, no and no. I’m not trying to turn you into a televangelist.

The difference between a mediocre and a great online sermon can be as simple as a timely object lesson, an impactful illustration, a hand-drawn diagram or well placed video clip. I can show you how to approach your sermon with an eye toward creativity and clarity.

You may be thinking, “I don’t have time for this. I barely get my sermons done each week.” The method I teach does require more advance planning. But once you learn how this works you will save time in preparation, by avoiding unprofitable rabbit trails. I’ll teach you how to identify what you really needs to be said, and what can end up “on the cutting room floor.”

You handle the exegesis. Together, we’ll work on your execution.

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Published On: February 4, 2022 / Categories: Church, Church growth, Online Preaching /

David Murrow, The Online Preaching Coach, is the author of Why Men Hate Going to Church and many other bestselling books. David is an award winning television producer whose work has been seen on ABC, NBC, PBS, CBS, Discovery Networks, BBC World Service and dozens more. His Online Preaching Cohort trains pastors in the art of on-screen communication.

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