Sermon Workshop in Skype

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12 May 2016 16:36 #240947 by Cabur Senaar
I'm curious if anyone is interested in doing an informal workshop group in Skype for anyone who wants to sharpen up their sermons. I know that mine often benefit from another pair of eyes.

Basic idea:

You join skype group. You upload your sermon to the group with either a specific question or a general, "I don't know what to do with his one." Other people in the group address your concerns. It may be that we have meetings, it may simply be that people comment as they are able.

We will put the rules of engagement together as we go. No live autopsies, don't worry.

We can hash out the idea here. if you are interested, you can send me a PM with your skype name and I can get it rolling.

Who's in?
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12 May 2016 16:43 #240949 by MadHatter
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Awww no live autopsies? So we cant learn forensics at the same time? :laugh:

But seriously I really look forward to such a thing getting off the ground.

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12 May 2016 16:45 #240950 by Atticus
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Oh snap, absolutely so much yes.

I'm in the Orion room, but my Skype name is the same as my forum name.
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12 May 2016 16:47 #240951 by Cabur Senaar
If you've ever had a poem or other composition properly workshopped by a dozen other writers with red pens, it can be pretty rough. I use the term live autopsy to describe how it feels.

I don't think we're there yet.

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12 May 2016 16:49 #240952 by Carlos.Martinez3
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12 May 2016 16:58 #240953 by Snowy Aftermath
Oooh, awesome idea!

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12 May 2016 17:10 - 12 May 2016 17:12 #240955 by Snowy Aftermath

Cabur Senaar wrote: If you've ever had a poem or other composition properly workshopped by a dozen other writers with red pens, it can be pretty rough. I use the term live autopsy to describe how it feels.

I don't think we're there yet.


There were times during workshops in college where I'd go hide in the restroom for a minute and wipe tears out of my eyes. There were other people who did the same. One girl had a meltdown and didn't come back.

You're just totally vulnerable when it comes to something you've created and people can be BRUTAL.

My point is, yeah. I hope we're never like that :)

When you're writing, you're conjuring. It's a ritual, and you need to be brave and respectful and sometimes get out of the way of whatever it is that you're inviting into the room. - Tom Waits

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12 May 2016 19:53 #240965 by Rosalyn J

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