All the Presbyters, the bride and groom, other dignitaries, members of family, invited guests and friends,
Greetings to you all in the precious name of our Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ.
First of all, from all of us present here, I wish the newly wedded bride and groom the choicest blessings of married life.… Read the rest
Respected Principal, dignitaries on the dais, distinguished guests, members of faculty, non-teaching staff and students,
In this beautiful season of Christmas, where all hearts are filled with hope and joy; I stand here with mixed emotions. On the one side there is a sense of sadness that our Principal is leaving us.… Read the rest
The Book of Revelation says,
“they overcame him* by the blood of the Lamb.”
The precious blood of Jesus which he shed on the cross of Calvary for the sins of all mankind has tremendous power.
First of all, it is the innocent blood of the Son of God.… Read the rest
Here are 7 basic tips to excel as Compere. They are simple yet challenging. Follow them and you can compere to your heart’s content and your audience’s delight.
#1. Believe You Can!
Think of the opportunity to compere as joy. Never believe the lie that you can’t do it.… Read the rest
Christmas is celebrated with singing of carols. At this time, a compere finds it a joyful experience to inspire audiences with the various tones, colours, and emotions of Christmas.
Presented here is the script for compering 7 great songs of Christmas.… Read the rest
Words serve as signposts while compering. They are to be used sparingly. As King Solomon wrote: “The more the words, the less the meaning, and how does that profit anyone?” Therefore, a simple, direct, dignified style with words that come from the heart yet stimulating thought would set the tone for the day.… Read the rest
“A thing of beauty is a joy for ever,”
so wrote John Keats.
As far as a speaker is concerned, the opportunity to act as a compere for a programme is a great joy. It calls for all his skill, grace, and eloquence.… Read the rest