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Most preachers experience the conundrum of reaching some people in the congregation, and not others. Does this mean some people are more "tuned in" to the gospel than others? *Argues that differences in responsive behavior results from diverse intelligences and learning styles represented throughout the congregation *Draws from recent research indicating that people receive and process information and communication in widely different ways *Shows preachers how to craft sermons to speak to each multiple learning style each time they step into the pulpit
Become a more effective preacher by understanding the multiple intelligences and learning styles present in your congregation.
Most preachers experience the conundrum of reaching some people in the congregation, and not others. Is this problem just a matter of some folks being tuned in to the gospel, while others aren t? Probably not, say Thomas H. Troeger and H. Edward Everding, Jr. Instead, it results from the diverse intelligences and learning styles represented throughout the congregation. A great deal of research in recent years has demonstrated that people receive and process information and communication in wildly different ways. Troeger and Everding use that research to show their readers how to craft the sermon to speak to each of those multiple learning styles each time they step into the pulpit.
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