Are you a relatively inexperienced speaker? Are you younger than many of the people to whom you speak? I have a class series coming up that might be useful for you.
In the month of October I shall be teaching a three-part series in the Thames Valley churches of Christ for relatively young and relatively inexperienced speakers.
The series will cover the basics of speaking in a church congregational context. Provisionally, the three classes will be as follows:
- Why we speak
- What to speak about
- How to speak
I would be very grateful for your input into this class series. If you are an experienced speaker, please answer these questions:
- What would you liked to have known when you started speaking?
- What one tip would have made all the difference?
- Now that you have the experience you have, what would you tell a speaker starting out?
If you are an inexperienced speaker, please answer these questions:
- What would you like to know?
- What is the greatest challenge you face in speaking?
- What kind of support would help you most to develop as a speaker?
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“Worship the LORD with gladness; come before him with joyful songs.” (Psalms 100:2 NIV11)
God bless, Malcolm
PS: You might also be interested in my book: “An elephant’s swimming pool”, a devotional look at the Gospel of John