Preaching Evaluation

What is the occasion?
Where did this message take place?
What is the average age of this audience? 
What was your topic?
Did you portray Biblical literacy?
Were your main points clear?
Were the points relevant to the topic?
Was the entire message relevant?
Was there good eye contact? 
Did the audience respond?  If so, how?
Did you establish and maintain rapport? 
Did you dress appropriately?
Did you maintain good posture?
Did you appear timid, disoriented, casual, prepared, formal, serious, happy, depressed, preoccupied, confident, over-confident,  overbearing, condescending? 
Was your vocal quality: monotone, shrill,  clear, dynamic, flowing, out-of-character, hard to understand, difficult to hear, excessively loud?
Were words clearly pronounced?
Did you use a lot of connecting “filler words”?  If so, list them.
Did you hold their attention?
Did the introduction match the conclusion?
Did you reach your stated goal?
Did you add doctrinal confusion?
In what specific ways could you improve?
How did this message affect you personally?

Maxim of the Moment

Success is getting up one more time than the number of times you fall down. - Julie Bowden