Apply Yourself to Reading and Teaching—Videos
Develop essential skills for public reading and teaching.
How can you make your audience want to hear what you have to say?
How can you put your listeners at ease when speaking to them?
How can you use questions to reason with your listeners, maintain their interest, and emphasize important points?
How can you prepare your listeners to benefit the most from Bible verses that you read?
What are some keys to reading aloud exactly what is on the page?
What should you do after reading a scripture to help your audience understand your reason for reading the verse?
How can you make sure that you do not distort the truth?
Like the Great Teacher, how can you use illustrations effectively?
How can you use artwork or other visual aids to help your listeners grasp main points?
How can you use modulation to help convey ideas clearly and stir the emotions of your listeners?
How can you use enthusiasm to stimulate and motivate your listeners to action?
How can you show genuine warmth and empathy for your listeners?
How can you present a topic so that your listeners will understand its practical value and be motivated to action?
Help your listeners to pay attention, understand, and remember what you say by making your main points stand out.
How can you speak with conviction when giving talks or engaging in the public ministry?
What are three essentials to speaking in a way that will improve a situation and inspire confidence in others?
What pitfalls should you avoid when trying to help your listeners grasp the meaning of your message?
How can you stimulate the thinking of your listeners and teach them something worthwhile?
How can you appeal to the finest motives of your listeners?
What should you accomplish in your conclusion, whether you are in the congregation or in the ministry?
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This publication is designed to help sharpen your skills in public reading and in the arts of speaking and teaching.