Mother’s Day sermon Q&A continued

We had a live Q&A via SMS at church on Sunday night after the sermon on ‘A Mother’s Worship’. These were the two questions that didn’t get answered on the night due to time constraints.


About Pete

I am a child of God, a husband, a father of four children, a pastor, and a church planter. I live in Sydney Australia and live to see Jesus made famous in this city and be the only God people worship.

Posted on May 13, 2009, in Church and tagged , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. 4 Comments.

  1. Hey Pete.
    How often do you guys do sms questions? Was this the first time? reflections on how it’s going?

    • pastorpeterko

      Hey Dan, this was the first time we did it! I thought it worked really well and it was a good thing to be able to follow up unanswered questions via video. Worth a try definitely!

      The only downside is that you have to cut your sermon shorter, which for me is kinda hard. 🙂

  2. hehe. yeah. Do you think size of the congregation would make a difference as to how well it worked?
    One idea I had was not do questions at all during the service, but take them via sms and do the whole question time the next day via vodcast.
    Could be a way to promote your crew going to the church site the next day and re-reflecting on what they heard in God’s word the night before…
    still thinking both options through.

    • pastorpeterko

      Mmm… that’s a great idea: do vodcast Q&A via sms. Might think about that more. I think that would totally work. Let me know when you try it.

      As for size of group – yeah, I did the sermon twice on Sunday. In the morning to 60 or so it wasn’t via sms (but just ppl sticking their hands up), but in the evening to 150 was via sms. Size I think does matter.

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