By Andy Stanley on Mar 9, 2018
The Bible has its share of thou-shalts and thou-shalt-nots. But at the same time, the Bible talks an awful lot about grace. So which is it? Or if it’s both, how do they fit together?
By Ron Forseth on Jul 18, 2013
Five common objections to preaching grace and how to overcome them.
By Jud Wilhite on Nov 19, 2011
John Ortberg and Jud Wilhite sit down to discuss discipleship, uncensored grace, and radical acceptance.
By Peter Mead on Mar 13, 2012
How many gospel preachers really preach the radical message of God's grace, and how many feel the need to qualify it?
By Richard Ganz on Nov 14, 2012
How a chance encounter changed one pastor's preaching forever, all because of a misunderstanding.
By Ray Hollenbach on Feb 16, 2016
We have created a Christendom where we can choose churches the way most people choose restaurants: according to our individual tastes. How can we grow in grace when we a free to wander from one family to another?
By Tullian Tchividjian on Dec 5, 2011
Tullian Tchividjian: "If people walk away from my sermons thinking more about what they need to do than what Jesus has already done, I’ve failed to preach the Gospel."
By Nathan Aaseng on Dec 1, 2014
Even though law and grace are opposites in many ways, both have their place in the pulpit.
By Ray Hollenbach on Jan 29, 2015
We've lined up the chairs in neat little rows and called it grace. We never noticed: it has broken free.
By Ray Hollenbach on Jun 8, 2015
Great preaching proclaims the grace of God, and sometimes we need to clear away the obstacles to that grace.
By Ron Forseth on Jan 24, 2012
Some pastors fear that preaching grace can lead to pitfalls, a license for sin, or even a lack of sacrificial giving. Here are five frequently raised objections to preaching grace and why they don't work.
By Jamie Stilson on Jul 2, 2012
Preaching should be a demonstration of the Spirit’s power, not a display of our wisdom. One pastor calls it "ugly preaching."
By Ray Hollenbach on May 27, 2015
Grace can be abused, grace can be played the fool, grace can be wasted--but grace doesn't care. Grace is the divine scandal.
By Tullian Tchividjian on Jun 16, 2011
"The hard work of Christian growth, therefore, is to think less of me and my performance and more of Jesus and his performance for me."
By Matt Chandler on Nov 19, 2012
"If you can't feel the text, I don't know if you've been called to preach."