I have been a pastor's wife for many, many years.
In the course of those years, I have had numerous women come to me and ask me to correct my husband in various habits displayed while preaching. One of the first was a request that he preach with emotion instead of teaching a scholarly instruction resulting from intense study.
I have been asked to tell my husband to cease from rattling the keys in his pocket during preaching. I have been asked to tell my husband to look people in the eye instead of looking at the back wall. I have been told in no uncertain terms that I must tell my husband to cease from ever looking at his watch.
I have been told that I must tell my husband to speak more quickly. I have also been told to tell him to speak more slowly. I have been told what kind of tie he should wear. I have been told that he should not be preaching. I have been told that he should preach more.
I have been asked to see if there is some way I could make my husband look more sincere when preaching. I have also been asked (with tears) to tell my husband that he must visit the house of every church member each week.
I can honestly say that in being a preacher's wife for 27 years, I have never passed on a single request. Why? Because it is not my business, and most especially it is not the business of any of the women who have made the requests. And, every request or criticism has come from a woman.
Soldier of The Cross, you need far more that you can ever ask for. You need anointed preaching that exceeds any description you could ever offer. How then could you possibly hope to influence any aspect of the preaching of physical presence of the man God has appointed to be the spiritual authority over you?
Back off. Let the Holy Spirit have His way and in His time. As soon as you offer a suggestion, you cripple the Servant in the very area you longing to change. And, the chances are, the changes you long for are merely suited to your own preferences.
The most powerful message I ever heard was offered by a man who had Multiple Sclerosis. It was almost impossible to understand him. He was curled in a ball, barely remaining in a wheel chair. It required significant effort for him to formulate even the most simple words. But, he was God's man. I do not think I understood all his words. But the Lord was there.
He could not look up. He could not be clear. He could not stop jerking. He sang Victory in Jesus, and it was not in tune. But God had His hand on the preaching and it was God's business.
It was tremendous.
Soldier of The Cross, Do not put your hand to the falling Ark. Mind your own business. Do not improve or attempt to correct the ministry of others unless you are a pastor or an elder.
Attend to your own business. Honor the Lord's appointment. The worst thing you can do is try to correct the leadership by criticism of small issues.
Do it aloud!