PLP 10: Better Sermon Delivery: 5 Surprising Steps

All of us, no matter how long we’ve been preaching, can improve at our sermon delivery. But we have to work on it intentionally. Here are 5 surprising steps toward better sermon delivery.

PLP 10: Better Sermon Delivery: 5 Surprising Steps

PLP 10: Better Sermon Delivery: 5 Surprising Steps


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Helpful Links/Notes

Improve Your Sermon Delivery: 5 Unexpected Steps

Gallup Poll on why people attend church

Enneagram 8 with a wing 7 – Myers-Briggs Personality Test

Preaching Sticky Sermons: A Practical Guide to Preparing, Writing, and Delivering Memorable Sermons

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Written by Brandon Kelley

Brandon Kelley is the co-founder of Rookie Preacher and the author of Preaching Sticky Sermons and Crucified to Life. He serves as the Lead Pastor of First Church of Christ in Bluffton, IN. He also writes at You can follow him @BrandonKelley_. Watch his sermons here.


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