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The Value of Feedback

In this session Danny expands on his first lesson on creating a culture of honor. He delves into the practicality of establishing such a culture your life.

Lesson Plan

Lesson Plan

Lesson Plan

Lesson Plan

Lesson Plan

Course Overview

Unit 1
Understanding of Worship
Unit 2
Keeping Community and Culture
Unit 3
Knowing Your Heart and Identity
Unit 4
Growth and Service
Unit 5
Worship Team Structure and Dynamics

Culture of Honor

Danny Silk

If we are going to be powerful people we have to understand we need other people in our lives.

• When your sins are different than mine its easier to judge you.

• When we discover we are different we want to take control.

• We hide our sin because we are afraid that when someone sees our sin they will disempower us.


A lot of people learn to mask dysfunction because they are afraid to be known. Afraid of what others will do if they really know them.

• Psalm 139 “search me and know me”

• We are okay with God searching and knowing us, but Jesus tells us to walk in the light.

• We are built to be known not just by God, but by people.

• The passion version says, “See if I have given my life to the path of pain.”

• Sin causes pain. Have you given your life to the pain of your sin?

• He puts other people in our lives so they can help us with our pain. How can they help us? The feedback

• We turn over the power of feedback to the people in our lives. because we don’t always have the best read on what’s going on inside of ourselves.

• Self-appraisal is a challenge and not always accurate. It’s important to learn how to communicate a, ‘welcome sign,’ for feedback in our lives. 


If nobody is giving you feedback, it’s because you have not welcomed it.

• God is able to complete the work he began in you.

• You are a powerful person and it takes great humility to be aware of how people are experiencing you.

• The world might be experiencing you differently than how you WANT them to.

• If you don’t have accurate feedback from people around you, you are broadcasting that you don’t care about the world around you. This is arrogance.

• Favor comes to people who invite feedback. Because feedback causes you to adjust.


The most important thing that you are building is trust. Trust is the exchanging of truth.

• If you don’t tell people who you are, they won’t trust you. Holding back is lying about who you are. That is deception.

• It takes courage to build healthy relationships.


Who has permission in your life to give you feedback everyday? Think about it.

• God speaks to you through the world around you.

• “I was wondering if you have any feedback.” Is a question you can ask the ones you trust.

• You get to take whatever part of the feedback and examine it and see if it feels true.