alternatives to monologues from the pulpit

Guy Muse reports
However, where churches and cells reproduce in great numbers — as is the case in many lands today — few are able to preach well by monologue. Most who try to preach monologues communicate poorly, set an example that others cannot easily follow, and fail to make disciples.

Both the New Testament and church planting movements offer very effective alternatives to the monologue. As mentors of emerging leaders of new congregations, we should be able to train others in these alternatives.

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GuyMuse said…
I would simply add that the post you are quoting is not originally mine, but comes from George Patterson & Galen Currah's MentorNet.

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