Ben's Eval for 2/15

Go down

Ben's Eval for 2/15

Post by Tfay88 on Sun Feb 15, 2015 10:57 am


I. What was the main point of the sermon (telos)?
The real importance of the Sabbath. How to rest to
the glory of God.
II. Textual Faithfulness (1-4):4
Comments: Exodus 20:8-11

III. Instruction (1-4):4

A. How did this sermon engage your mind?
Encouraged me to prepare for worshipping on Sunday, earlier and better.
B. Were you persuaded by the sermon’s main point?
C. Was the passage adequately explained?

IV. Gospel Tone (1-4):3

A. Was Christ preached in this sermon?
B. Was the Gospel made clear as a challenge to unbelievers?
C. Were the Gospel and its benefits preached to challenge, comfort, and encourage Christians?
V. Communication

A. Movement
1. Introduction got my attention (1-4):4
2. Introduction laid foundation for the sermon (1-4):4
3. Did sermon have clear outline? (1-4):4
4. Sense of momentum? (1-4):4

B. Order and Unity
1. Main headings developed (1-4):4
2. Organized progression to sermon (1-4):3
3. Illustrations subservient to truth (1-4):4
4. Imperatives were specific (1-4):3
5. Transitions were clear (1-4):4
6. Was the sermon unified? (1-4):4
7. Length of sermon (1-4):4

C. Point
1. Did the sermon affect you? (1-4):4
2. Was the sermon compelling? (1-4):4

D. Delivery
1. Language and vocabulary (1-4):4
2. Voice inflection/volume/clarity (1-4):4
3. Eye contact (1-4):4
4. Pulpit presence (1-4):4

VI. Overall Evaluation of sermon (1-4):4

I offer the following advice and suggestions to the preacher that he might continue to grow in effectiveness as a preacher:
Good use of personal illustration to support the main ideas.
Momentum was good, conclusion could of been a bit stronger.


Posts : 5
Join date : 2015-01-25

View user profile

Back to top Go down

Back to top

Permissions in this forum:
You cannot reply to topics in this forum