Preach without Notes!!!
Many believe that notes hinder communication.
Do you want to learn how to preach without using notes?”
Imagine preaching more effective sermons that allow you to actually look at your people rather than your manuscript. You can do this and this book will help you.
Dr. McMickle discusses “praise” as the next reason why prophetic preaching has not been on the agenda of most preachers. Whether it is preaching conferences, journals, magazines, and church services, we are constantly given this call to praise. McMickle writes:
Dr. McMickle continues helping modern preachers by forcing us to ask ourselves the question: “Am I a patriot or a prophet?” A preacher cannot be both. A patriot is one who equates the policies of a political party with the voice of God.
Many people contact me wanting a step by step method to learn to whoop, here is the outline of a method.
1. Listen to Other Whoopers
I am currently reading the important work by Marvin McMickle entitled Where Have all the Prophets Gone? In the book McMickle looks at 4 trends that have caused the prophetic voice of the prophets to be blunted in the Christian church.