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Ray Evans | National | Articles
At the end of his series on giving a great talk, Ray Evans offers a postscript. Here he focuses on the way a talk is delivered, heard and received. In other words, what pitfalls do you need to avoid so that the gospel message is clear?
In this penultimate part of Communication 101, Ray Evans focuses on the key ingredient of a great talk. Prayer.
How can we engage our audiences more effectively? In this fourth instalment of Communication 101, Ray Evans considers the preacher’s use of words and illustrations.
In this third part of Communication 101, Ray focuses on what people hear when you preach, not what you think they should hear.
In the second of his series on communication, Ray Evans continues to unpack what preachers need to be thinking about as they work on the passage in front of them. This time he looks at sermon headings.
In a six part series, Ray Evans unpacks some advice for preachers. In this first part of 'Communication 101' he begins to explore what it means to preach the passage.
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