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Public Speaking.
Preaching.
Prayer.

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  • Gentle and meek pastor?
  • Clown pastor?
  • Serious, direct could be sometimes boring…
  • Lashing pastor?
  • Crazy
  • Prayerful pastor
  • Or someone who is known as strong and pastor who prays so hard and teaches so hard.
  • Public Speaking is an amplified way of communication.
  • Do you unlock a battle plan for your congregation
  • Or you give them this?
  • It actually look like this when bigger
  • Good Afternoon, today I will be sharing you the A-Z of Public Speaking on a professional level and how it can be applied to preaching.
  • age
  • Size of an audience
  • Technical Knowledge
  • Industry Expertise
  • Political Interest
  • Male and Female Ratio
  • Cultural Background
  • What is their expectation to learn from you
  • Attitude. (toward you, the topic. Are they friendly or hostile.
  • Do’s and Don’ts in Public Speaking
  • NO – NO in public speaking
  • Crossed Arms
  • Arms Akimbo
  • Hands on the back
  • Parade Rest
  • Fig leaf
  • Eyes looking at the ceiling
  • slouching
  • Wild gesture
  • Hiding behind the podium
  • Stone-faced
  • Arms clasped
  • Pointing at the audience
  • Hands in the pocket
  • Now, let’s review what are the donts… now, we have do’s in public speaking
  • Stance
  • Instead of pointing you can do this
  • Do you know there is psychology behind every color
  • Find a style that fits your personality
  • I know all of you who are here are eagles.
  • Never drink coffee, camommile tea gives soothing effect
  • Rehearse
  • Can I ask a question?
  • Has there even been a time you were so filled of ideas
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  • You used all your delivery techniques
  • You burned the midnight oil and use all the eloquence you know
  • And yet you are still confused if they heard your message?
  • Chances are – you will give them information overload
  • Design experts recommend that presenters spend the majority of their time thinking, sketching and scripting. Nancy Duarte recommends that a presenter spend 90 hours creating an hour long presentation with 30 slides. But only one third of that time is spent building slides. Another third is rehearsing, but the first third is spent collecting ideas, organizing ideas, and sketching the story.
  • Place a 5 by 7 index card in case for your outline
  • Social Network
  • Is time a consideration? Should there be time limit in delivering the message of God? That is for you to answer
  • Personal Style
  • Thet don’t want to hear from you

A-Z of Public Speaking A-Z of Public Speaking Presentation Transcript

    • Are you aware of the image you project
    • as a public speaker?
    • as a pastor?
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  • to of Public Speaking Adapted from www.atozofpublicspeaking.com
    • Exclusively made for
    • This presentation is given live by Rimalyn Siriban
    • but so the knowledge can be shared in this format,
    • we’ve created notes for you to read.
  • OBJECTIVES:
    • A-Z of Public Speaking
    • Professional Level
    • 2. A-Z on how it can be applied to preaching
    • Spiritual Level
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    • "For the lips of a priest ought to preserve knowledge, and from his mouth men should seek instruction--because he is the messenger of the LORD Almighty.
    • Malachi 2:7 NIV
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    • "Do not touch my chosen people, and do not hurt my prophets.”
    • Psalm 105:15New Living Translation (©2007)
    • The preacher, who is the messenger of God
    • is the real master of the society; not elected but society
    • to be its ruler, but elected by God to form its ideal
    • and through them to guide
    • and rule it’s life.
    • The Romance of Preaching, C. Silvester Horne
    • A nointing.
    • B ody Language.
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    • “ Brains, brilliancy, genius, strength, natural gifts do not save. The gospel flows through the heart. All the mightiest forces have hearts forces.”
    • -Power Through Prayer
    • Grace from the Heart Rather than the head
    • E.M. Bounds
    • iblical Truth.
    • Costume.
  • Psychology of Colors
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    • The secret of power dressing is…
  • understatement and humility. Dress at the same level of the audience or at the level above, so you look professional.
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    • “ It is impossible for the preacher to keep his spirit in harmony with the divine nature of his high calling without much prayer.”
    • -Power Through Prayer
    • Prayer, The Great Essential
    • E.M. Bounds
    • loset.
    • D ynamic Delivery Technique.
  • Approachability
  • Voice Modulation
  • Facial Expression
  • “ One gesture maybe all it takes to get your message across.” Power Gesture Speak Like Churchill Stand Like Lincoln
  • ivorcement of all the things in the world.
    • Brainerd lived a life of holiness and prayer. “When I return home” he said “and give myself to meditation, prayer and fasting, my soul longs for mortification, self-denial, humility, and divorcement from all the things of the world.
    • -Power through Prayer
    • An Example of Devotion
    • E.M. Bounds
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  • night and day praying xceedingly . -Apostle Paul
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  • ired with divine flame
    • Preachers are preeminently God’s leaders. They are primarily responsible for the condition of the church. They shape its character, give tone and direction to its life. The preacher is to lay out in prayer for his people. Prayer is the eminent characteristics of strong leadership. The preacher must be a man given to prayer
    • -Power through Prayer
    • Preachers Need the Prayer of the People
    • E.M. Bounds
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    • Pictures – www.gettyimages.com
    • Professional Powerpoint – www.slideshare.net Username: 7philippines
    • Audio Sermons – www.sermonaudio.com
    • Preaching Materials – www.bible.org
    • Quotation – www.quotescentral.com
    • Worship Team - www.musicianaryexchange.webs.com
    • ospel can not be projected by a prayerless preacher. Preaching never edifies a prayerless soul. Christ knows nothing of prayerless Christians. The more the preachers eyes are opened to the nature, responsibility, and difficulties of his work, the more he will see, and if he be a true preacher the more he will feel, the necessity of prayer; not only the increasing demand to pray himself, but to call on others to help him by their prayers.
    • - Power Through Prayer
    • Preachers Need the Prayer of the People E.M. Bounds
  • andouts. BEFORE. For large conference give them a copy of the handouts beforehand so they can take notes and follow along. DURING. You may want to distribute papers at the point when you’ll be using the document. AFTER. Rule of thumb is to give out handouts at the end of the presentation.
  • igh and Divine Art of Intercession
    • “ The preacher who has never learned in the school of Christ the high and divine art of intercession for his people he will never learn the art of preaching, though homiletics be poured into him by ton, and though he must be the most gifted genius in the sermon-making and sermon delivery.”
    • - Power Through Prayer
    • Preachers Need the Prayer of the People
    • E.M. Bounds
    • Subject – What is the topic
    • Value – Why should the audience listen to it?
    • Qualifications – How has the speaker earned the right to talk about this topic.
    • Source: South East Asia Speakers and Trainers Bureau
    NTRODUCTION TO THE SPEAKER
    • Allowable time: less than a minute.
    • (ideally)
    • Make your own draft of introduction.
  • A preacher may preach in an official, Entertaining way, or learned way without prayer, but between this kind of preaching and sowing God’s precious seed with holy hands and prayerful, weeping hearts there is mmesurable distance. - Power Through Prayer Prayer Marks Spiritual Leadership E.M. Bounds
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    • self-induced jokes.
  • ey note Speaker, Opening Remarks, and General Session BIG DIFFERENCE Opening Keynote Speaker – sets the tone for the meeting and Closing Keynote Speaker – draws the main points and happening in the conference General Session – are delivered from the big picture themes. Opening remarks – short, concise.
  • ill. Preachings that kill. Preaching is not the performance of an hour. It is the outflow of a life. The man makes the preacher. God must make the man. Dead men give out dead sermons, and dead sermons kill. Everything depends on the spiritual character of the preacher.
    • What are the 3 main ingredient of being a preacher?
    • 1. blameless.
    • 2. blameless.
    • 3. blameless.
    • Listen to your audience.
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    • A professional ministry is a heartless ministry. When salary plays a great part in the ministry, the heart plays little part. We may make preaching our business, and not put our hearts in the business. He who puts self to the front in his preaching puts heart to the rear. He who does not sow his heart in the study will never reap a harvest for God.
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    • “ Do not teach them what you know.
    • Teach them what they need to know .”
    • -Bro. Butch Conde
    • Bro. Pete Galvez, Small Group Bible Study
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  • THINKING SKETCHING SCRIPTING 90 HOURS 30 SLIDES BUILDING SLIDES REHEARSING Design experts recommend that presenters spend the majority of their time thinking, sketching and scripting. Nancy Duarte recommends that a presenter spend 90 hours creating an hour long presentation with 30 slides. But only one third of that time is spent building slides. Another third is rehearsing, but the first third is spent collecting ideas, organizing ideas, and sketching the story. THINKING SCRIPTING BUILDING SLIDES Source: How to be insanely great in front of an audience by: Carmine Gallo, Columnist, Business Week
  • Truly great presenters like Steve Jobs visualize, plan and create ideas on paper (or whiteboards) well before they open the presentation software.
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  • penings. attention getter.
  • Your Personality Profile and your audiences’ personality MBTI How we gather energy Extrovert or Introvert How we gather information Sensor or iNtuitive How we make decisions Thinker or Feeler How we organize our lives Judge or Perciever
  • If he does not reach by life, Charater, conduct, he does not preach at all.
  • Q. E. D. Qoud Erat Demonstrada bottomline. one sentence.
  • ROOM LAYOUT Classroom Style Board Room Style Small Group Herringbone Style U Shaped
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  • The Future of Social Networks on the Internet: The Need for Semantics John G. Breslin, Stefan Decker, Uldis Bojars {firstname.lastname@deri.org } www.slideshare.net
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    • Interconnected
    • Universal
    • All encompassing
    • Enable global and local collaboration
    • The right information for the right people at the right time
  • So many social media sites… * Source: Smashcut Media, www.smashcut-media.com
  • Even more services…
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    • T =hink before you speak. A=pologize quickly when you blunder C=onverse, don’t’ compete T=ime your comments F=ocus on behavior – not on personality U=ncover hidden feelings L=isten for feedback Don Gabor, Speaking your mind
  • ndo the umms… Fillers. Aspirative Pauses.
    • ahh… uhmm… err…
    • basically…actually…
    • po… po… po…
    • tsaka…kasi..
    • Hallelujah…
  • isual Aids Take charge of your logistics.
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    • WII-FM (What’s In It For Me).
  • Water seeks it’s own level. Your Preaching is your Worship.
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  • Zeal. Passionate ardor in the pursuit of anything; eagerness in favor of a person or cause; ardent and active interest; engagedness; enthusiasm; fervor.
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    • wait.
    • there’s more.
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    • THINGS
    • CONGREGATION
    • Won’t tell you
    LOCAL SURVEY SHOWS
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    • THEY DON’T WANT TO
    • HEAR FROM YOU:
    • Apologies for being
    • unprepared / late.
    • Same example.
    • Same Illustration.
    • Old Common Story.
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    • THEY DON’T WANT TO
    • HEAR FROM YOU:
    • Long prayers.
    • Exhortation / preaching in
    • prayers.
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    • THEY DON’T WANT TO
    • HEAR FROM YOU:
    • Presenting a material that is
    • not your own and not
    • quoting the author.
    • Plagiarism in the ministry.
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    • THEY DON’T WANT TO
    • HEAR FROM YOU:
    • Selling of any products or any
    • form of endorsement to
    • patronize a product for
    • personal benefit.
    • Fundraising for the church
    • is ok.
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    • THEY DON’T WANT TO
    • HEAR FROM YOU:
    • Topics that does not have
    • relevance to the real
    • situation of the church.
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    • THEY DON’T WANT TO
    • HEAR FROM YOU:
    • Testimonies / stories about
    • personal family / self that
    • does not point to God but
    • serves personal purposes.
    • Confidential Counsel from
    • member told in the pulpit.
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    • THEY DON’T WANT TO
    • HEAR FROM YOU:
    • Words that are inappropriate
    • to say behind the pulpit just
    • to prove a point or tell a joke.
    • Bad words, Dirty jokes,
    • Offending words, Use of
    • vulgar words.
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    • THEY DON’T WANT TO
    • HEAR FROM YOU:
    • Sermon that has no theme.
    • No clear objective.
    • Not interconnected from the
    • beginning and some portions.
    • Dead Sermons.
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    • THEY DON’T WANT TO
    • HEAR FROM YOU:
    • Powerless declaration of the
    • word of God. Some are timid,
    • shy and unsure of their
    • message.
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    • THEY DON’T WANT TO
    • HEAR FROM YOU:
    • If you are preaching is different from your living.
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