You are not logged in. Would you like to login or register?

Homiletics1

Forum Topics Replies Last post

Week 1 Nov 3-9

1. Write a 1-3 page funeral sermon for someone you didn’t know keeping in mind the balance to deal with the hearers as well as be faithful to the Lord. 2. Evaluate each other’s sermons using the form provided. Remember honesty not flattery is needed for growth. Comments not simple ratings are the most effective for growth and correspondence. Use some of the coaching techniques you learned in your last course to encourage each other to excellence! For each item, (after each question mark) readers select a response on a scale of 1 to 5 (with 1 being less and 5 being more). Then write some comments that would be helpful under each section. I. Organization 1. Introduction Does it get your attention? Does it directly or indirectly address a human need? Does it provide an overview and move toward the first point? Is the length about right? Does it help the listener get into the topic? Comments: 2. Structure Can you identify the big idea? Is the progression easy to follow? Do the major points relate back to the main idea? Are the sub-points clearly related to their main points? Comments: 3. Conclusion Does the sermon go anywhere? Does it reach a compelling climax? Are you requested to do anything? Is there a final summary of ideas? Does the ending tie it all together? Comments: II. Content 4. Content Is this subject important? Does the sermon contain good exegesis? Do you know where the speaker is in the biblical text? Is the subject thoroughly covered? Is the speaker passionate? Comments: III. Style 5. Style The message is delivered with personal flare and originality? Grammar usage is concise and correct? The words chosen aid the sermon's effectiveness? The speaker seems comfortable with his or her style? Comments: IV. Delivery 6. Person to Person The person definitely has something to say? The person comes across as a friendly person? The person knows how to make people relax? 7. Audience Reception Would the message speak to the listeners’ interests? Does the message spark a desire to learn more? Does it meet people's needs? Is the speaker in tune with audience response? Comments:
3 6 Week 1 Nov 3-9
by Charissa

Week 2 Nov 10-16

1. Write and evangelistic message 1-3 pages for a mixed group of people in age in your community. 2. Evaluate each other’s sermons using the form provided. Remember honesty not flattery is needed for growth. Also know that much of what you’re dealing with is somewhat subjective in terms of what speaks to one person does not resonate with another. Also comments not simple ratings are the most effective for growth and correspondence. For each item, (after each question mark) readers select a response on a scale of 1 to 5 (with 1 being less and 5 being more). Then write some comments that would be helpful under each section. I. Organization 1. Introduction Does it get your attention? Does it directly or indirectly address a human need? Does it provide an overview and move toward the first point? Is the length about right? Does it help the listener get into the topic? Comments: 2. Structure Can you identify the big idea? Is the progression easy to follow? Do the major points relate back to the main idea? Are the sub-points clearly related to their main points? Comments: 3. Conclusion Does the sermon go anywhere? Does it reach a compelling climax? Are you requested to do anything? Is there a final summary of ideas? Does the ending tie it all together? Comments: II. Content 4. Content Is this subject important? Does the sermon contain good exegesis? Do you know where the speaker is in the biblical text? Is the subject thoroughly covered? Is the speaker passionate? Comments: III. Style 5. Style The message is delivered with personal flare and originality? Grammar usage is concise and correct? The words chosen aid the sermon's effectiveness? The speaker seems comfortable with his or her style? Comments: IV. Delivery 6. Person to Person The person definitely has something to say? The person comes across as a friendly person? The person knows how to make people relax? 7. Audience Reception Would the message speak to the listeners’ interests? Does the message spark a desire to learn more? Does it meet people's needs? Is the speaker in tune with audience response? Comments:
3 4 Week 2 Nov 10-16
by andy

Week 3 Nov 17-23

Week 3. 1. Write a sermon on giving to the members of your congregation of 1-3 pages. 2. Evaluate each other’s sermons using the form provided. Remember honesty not flattery is needed for growth. Also know that much of what you’re dealing with is somewhat subjective in terms of what speaks to one person does not resonate with another. Also comments not simple ratings are the most effective for growth and correspondence. For each item, (after each question mark) readers select a response on a scale of 1 to 5 (with 1 being less and 5 being more). Then write some comments that would be helpful under each section. I. Organization 1. Introduction Does it get your attention? Does it directly or indirectly address a human need? Does it provide an overview and move toward the first point? Is the length about right? Does it help the listener get into the topic? Comments: 2. Structure Can you identify the big idea? Is the progression easy to follow? Do the major points relate back to the main idea? Are the sub-points clearly related to their main points? Comments: 3. Conclusion Does the sermon go anywhere? Does it reach a compelling climax? Are you requested to do anything? Is there a final summary of ideas? Does the ending tie it all together? Comments: II. Content 4. Content Is this subject important? Does the sermon contain good exegesis? Do you know where the speaker is in the biblical text? Is the subject thoroughly covered? Is the speaker passionate? Comments: III. Style 5. Style The message is delivered with personal flare and originality? Grammar usage is concise and correct? The words chosen aid the sermon's effectiveness? The speaker seems comfortable with his or her style? Comments: IV. Delivery 6. Person to Person The person definitely has something to say? The person comes across as a friendly person? The person knows how to make people relax? 7. Audience Reception Would the message speak to the listeners’ interests? Does the message spark a desire to learn more? Does it meet people's needs? Is the speaker in tune with audience response? Comments:
3 4 Week 3 Sermon on Giving
by andy

Week 4 Nov 24-30

1. Imagine yourself as a candidate for a pastoral position within a church where you don’t know anyone. These people are diverse ages and walks of life. Write a short sermon of 1-3 pages that would introduce yourself and give people the ability to make up their mind about you to be their pastor or not. 2. Evaluate each other’s sermons using the form provided. Remember honesty not flattery is needed for growth. Also know that much of what you’re dealing with is somewhat subjective in terms of what speaks to one person does not resonate with another. Also comments, not simple ratings are the most effective for growth and correspondence. For each item, (after each question mark) readers select a response on a scale of 1 to 5 (with 1 being less and 5 being more). Then write some comments that would be helpful under each section. I. Organization 1. Introduction Does it get your attention? Does it directly or indirectly address a human need? Does it provide an overview and move toward the first point? Is the length about right? Does it help the listener get into the topic? Comments: 2. Structure Can you identify the big idea? Is the progression easy to follow? Do the major points relate back to the main idea? Are the sub-points clearly related to their main points? Comments: 3. Conclusion Does the sermon go anywhere? Does it reach a compelling climax? Are you requested to do anything? Is there a final summary of ideas? Does the ending tie it all together? Comments: II. Content 4. Content Is this subject important? Does the sermon contain good exegesis? Do you know where the speaker is in the biblical text? Is the subject thoroughly covered? Is the speaker passionate? Comments: III. Style 5. Style The message is delivered with personal flare and originality? Grammar usage is concise and correct? The words chosen aid the sermon's effectiveness? The speaker seems comfortable with his or her style? Comments: IV. Delivery 6. Person to Person The person definitely has something to say? The person comes across as a friendly person? The person knows how to make people relax? 7. Audience Reception Would the message speak to the listeners’ interests? Does the message spark a desire to learn more? Does it meet people's needs? Is the speaker in tune with audience response? Comments:
1 0 Week 4 Pastoral Interview Sermon
by donw

Week 5 Dec 1-7

1. Write a sermon on John 1:1-13 of 1-3 pages. Choose whatever topic or exegesis you wish to emphasize. Before you write your sermon introduce your congregation to those who are evaluating your sermon. 2. Evaluate each other’s sermons using the form provided. Remember honesty not flattery is needed for growth. Also know that much of what you’re dealing with is somewhat subjective in terms of what speaks to one person does not resonate with another. Also comments not simple ratings are the most effective for growth and correspondence. For each item, (after each question mark) readers select a response on a scale of 1 to 5 (with 1 being less and 5 being more). Then write some comments that would be helpful under each section. I. Organization 1. Introduction Does it get your attention? Does it directly or indirectly address a human need? Does it provide an overview and move toward the first point? Is the length about right? Does it help the listener get into the topic? Comments: 2. Structure Can you identify the big idea? Is the progression easy to follow? Do the major points relate back to the main idea? Are the sub-points clearly related to their main points? Comments: 3. Conclusion Does the sermon go anywhere? Does it reach a compelling climax? Are you requested to do anything? Is there a final summary of ideas? Does the ending tie it all together? Comments: II. Content 4. Content Is this subject important? Does the sermon contain good exegesis? Do you know where the speaker is in the biblical text? Is the subject thoroughly covered? Is the speaker passionate? Comments: III. Style 5. Style The message is delivered with personal flare and originality? Grammar usage is concise and correct? The words chosen aid the sermon's effectiveness? The speaker seems comfortable with his or her style? Comments: IV. Delivery 6. Person to Person The person definitely has something to say? The person comes across as a friendly person? The person knows how to make people relax? 7. Audience Reception Would the message speak to the listeners’ interests? Does the message spark a desire to learn more? Does it meet people's needs? Is the speaker in tune with audience response? Comments:
0 0 None

Week 6 Dec 8-14

1. Write a sermon about end times 1-3 pages in length. Write about any part of eschatology you wish. This is to a group of people in their 20s. 2. Evaluate each other’s sermons using the form provided. Remember honesty not flattery is needed for growth. Also know that much of what you’re dealing with is somewhat subjective in terms of what speaks to one person does not resonate with another. Also comments not simple ratings are the most effective for growth and correspondence. For each item, (after each question mark) readers select a response on a scale of 1 to 5 (with 1 being less and 5 being more). Then write some comments that would be helpful under each section. I. Organization 1. Introduction Does it get your attention? Does it directly or indirectly address a human need? Does it provide an overview and move toward the first point? Is the length about right? Does it help the listener get into the topic? Comments: 2. Structure Can you identify the big idea? Is the progression easy to follow? Do the major points relate back to the main idea? Are the sub-points clearly related to their main points? Comments: 3. Conclusion Does the sermon go anywhere? Does it reach a compelling climax? Are you requested to do anything? Is there a final summary of ideas? Does the ending tie it all together? Comments: II. Content 4. Content Is this subject important? Does the sermon contain good exegesis? Do you know where the speaker is in the biblical text? Is the subject thoroughly covered? Is the speaker passionate? Comments: III. Style 5. Style The message is delivered with personal flare and originality? Grammar usage is concise and correct? The words chosen aid the sermon's effectiveness? The speaker seems comfortable with his or her style? Comments: IV. Delivery 6. Person to Person The person definitely has something to say? The person comes across as a friendly person? The person knows how to make people relax? 7. Audience Reception Would the message speak to the listeners’ interests? Does the message spark a desire to learn more? Does it meet people's needs? Is the speaker in tune with audience response? Comments:
0 0 None

Board information

Board statistics
Total number of registered users: 32
Total number of topics: 10
Total number of posts: 24
User information
Newest registered user: GaryHolt
Registered users online: 0
Guests online: 1

Board footera

 

Powered by Boardhost Free Forums