Number of Pages: 200
Vendor: Herald Press
Publication Date: 2001
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The Bible provides examples effective speech delivery. These stimulate our imagination so we can paint pictures of truth in the minds behind the seeing eyes and hearing ears.
Munson tells how to read an audience, speak in a conversational style, and use humor, current events, and drama effectively. Above all, speakers must be earnest and believable. Then people will want to listen.
April Boyer5 Stars Out Of 5August 19, 2006April Boyer"You Can't Help But Listen" reflects Charles Munson's attitude and personality. Himself an excellant listener, he teaches others what hearing is all about. Using his warm humor, his experiences and real life antecdotes, careful use of the word of God and His truth, and practical tips; he steers new speakers, teachers or other presenters to make their audiences sit up and pay attention.