Some tips for reading bible passages in public
[Content: Copyright Peter P. Kenny, 1999-2003].
When most readers begin, they read as if they have been asked by a teacher in a lower school to fulfill a lesson: they read too quickly, without emphasis or phrasing, and without eye contact. They are often not loud enough.
Whenever we read in public, we are communicating a message with our presence, mostly in our voicing the words, but also in our body language which also should be given some attention.
By Moria Rimmer
On 23rd October 2009, Laurie and I were privileged to be invited to the Crowne Plaza Hotel for The National Blood Service Presentation Lunch for people who have given at least 75 donations.
I was the one to receive a crystal dish for 80 donations.