Content (Logos- What did the sermon say about God and the Gospel?)
• Theology: What did the sermon say about God- Father, Son, or Holy Spirit?
• Gospel: Describe whether or not the sermon captured the essence of the Gospel by dealing with both the problem of human sin and the grace of the divine Son?
• Expository: Could you see clearly how the sermon flowed from the biblical text? Explain.
• Structure: Explain whether or not the structure of the sermon had focus and flow.
• Clarity: In one complete sentence, write the focus of the sermon:
• On a scale of 1(low) to 10 (high) rate the logos of the sermon: _______
Connection (Pathos- How well did the sermon connect with the context?)
• Images: Did any illustrations, stories, or metaphors from the sermon connect with you at a significant emotional level? If so, which ones and how did they appeal to your emotions?
• Relevance: Did the sermon connect with the situations of your life in a relevant manner? If so, how?
• Application: Did you come away from the sermon with a clear sense of why and how to live into the Gospel reality it proclaimed? Explain.
• Passion: Do you think the preacher spoke with passionate conviction? If so, why?
• On a scale of 1(low) to 10 (high) rate the pathos of the sermon: _______
Character (Ethos- Was the preacher congruent with the Gospel? )
• Competence: Do you think the preacher was spiritually and mentally prepared for the preaching event? Why or why not?
• Authenticity: Did the preacher communicate in a manner that was genuinely congruent with her/his personality? Explain.
• Delivery: Did the preacher’s eyes, body, and voice help or hinder your receptivity to the sermon? Explain.
• Love: How did the preacher, through the sermon, evidence love for God and for people?
• On a scale of 1(low) to 10 (high) rate the ethos of the sermon: _______
Words to the Preacher:
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