Rebuilding Your Message: Practical Tools to Strengthen Your Preaching and Teaching (Rebuilt Parish)

Rebuilding Your Message Practical Tools to Strengthen Your Preaching and Teaching Rebuilt Parish Michael White and Tom Corcoran sparked a firestorm of debate in with their first book Rebuilt the story of how they brought their parish back to life In Rebuilding Your Message the award winni

  • Title: Rebuilding Your Message: Practical Tools to Strengthen Your Preaching and Teaching (Rebuilt Parish)
  • Author: Michael White TomCorcoran
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 447
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Michael White and Tom Corcoran sparked a firestorm of debate in 2013 with their first book, Rebuilt, the story of how they brought their parish back to life In Rebuilding Your Message, the award winning authors now share their carefully honed communication practices to help priests, staff, volunteers, and parishioners better proclaim the irresistible and life changing GosMichael White and Tom Corcoran sparked a firestorm of debate in 2013 with their first book, Rebuilt, the story of how they brought their parish back to life In Rebuilding Your Message, the award winning authors now share their carefully honed communication practices to help priests, staff, volunteers, and parishioners better proclaim the irresistible and life changing Gospel of Jesus Christ at every level.A parish doesn t just communicate its mission from the pulpit Teaching and preaching also happen in classes and small groups, in bulletins, on the church website and social media, and through volunteers who welcome visitors through its doors In Rebuilding Your Message, Michael White and Tom Corcoran authors of the bestselling books Rebuilt and Tools for Rebuilding share dozens of strategies to help Catholic parishes establish and sustain excellent communications White and Corcoran believe that every parishioner should be engaged in communicating the Good News of Jesus Christ The authors push Catholics beyond the status quo with practical help for creating a welcoming church, practicing homilies, and preparing lessons, as well as complex strategies such as developing a message series that connects all forms of communication to both the liturgical year and the seasons of the local community.

    One thought on “Rebuilding Your Message: Practical Tools to Strengthen Your Preaching and Teaching (Rebuilt Parish)”

    1. Excellent addition to the Rebuilt series. Required reading for anyone in ministry. Keen insights on communication would benefit teachers in general, too. Another challenge to step up my game in preaching effectively.

    2. They should stop marketing these books to just churches. Rebuilding Your Message is an excellent read for anyone who has a message to spread. Churches, libraries, other non-profits, corporations, even politicians(perhaps especially politicians) could benefit from the advice and scripture contained inside. For such a short read, it contains a lot of detail instead of just broad strokes.For someone like me who is transitioning into a new stage of life and career that is demanding more public speak [...]

    3. White and Corcoran, in their book Rebuilding Your Message, provide readers with clear and valuable strategies in order to communicate effectively the most important message ever: the Gospel of Jesus Christ. The writing is powerful in its simplicity, entertaining in its authenticity, and reflective in its practicality. Although the audience for the text is primarily those who lead the communication efforts at congregations that Catholics call their parishes, ultimately everyone can benefit, becau [...]

    4. I have basically the same opinion of this that I did of Rebuilt. There are some real gems, but I don't think I'm totally on board with it. I never like super-short chapters. There were many times I was pleased and inspired and others when I thought they were missing the point. I'd be interested to hear from parishioners in the future about how they perceive Nativity Parish's "message."Read my full review at Austin CNM.

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