You pray, plan, and preach.
Do you connect?
The Sermon is a Big Deal
Pastor, ours is a difficult job. We’re supposed to lead, be present in the big moments of life, cast vision, clean toilets, etc. In the middle of it all, we’re preparing a sermon. It has to be deep (but not too deep), profound (but not aloof), funny (but not disrespectful). Oh, and you’ve gotta do it again in 6 days. Difficult? How about impossible — especially during a pandemic!
The sermon sets the tone and culture of a church. It is often the only source of hope and Truth in a disheartened and confused world. Yet… preparing the message gets the least of our attention. With limited time and energy, how can we grow as communicators? Perhaps if someone came alongside as an encourager, challenger, and fellow pastor…
You need someone to coach your preaching and help develop your voice. I can help.
My name is Adam. I’ve been serving in the local church for years, cranking out a weekly sermon and doing my best to keep up with everything, but I’ve also spent countless hours in the college classroom, teaching courses in public speaking, and business communication, as well as nonprofit management and leadership.
I love pastors, I love the local church, and I love the art of preaching. I’m a lifelong student of communication and a passionate teacher. That’s why I started Coach My Preaching.
How Coach My Preaching Works:
Every pastor has a unique voice. My coaching approach is to first make sure the essentials of communication theory are in place. After that, it’s all about working together to keep discovering your voice in your context. I believe God designed you to communicate in the place He’s got you. My goal is to help you to communicate well and, ultimately, to connect. For more on my coaching philosophy, click here.
Is this for me? Will it help? Have other pastors done this? Click here for testimonials.
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