By Peter Mead on Nov 13, 2014
Peter Mead presents five big questions you should ask after you've studied the text.
By Joe Mckeever on Jan 1, 2017
See how they treated Jesus? Expect the same for yourself, pastor.
By John Macarthur on May 31, 2017
The church today is badly in need of reformation again. And Christ’s lordship over His church is still the central truth we must recover, which requires the unleashing of His Word among His people again. We cannot merely float along with the latest evangelical trends and expect things to get better.
By Rob Pochek on Dec 4, 2018
Everyone says they want change, so what's the problem?
By Josh Reich on Jul 15, 2017
Inviting someone to church or sharing your faith about Jesus can be awkward. It is nerve wracking, scary and often times not what many followers of Jesus want to do. Yet, the reality is if you are a follower of Jesus, you are to be a witness of Jesus. (Acts 1:8) That is a key and crucial piece of your new identity in Christ. It is not optional.
By Chris Surber on Mar 4, 2019
Perhaps your sermon outline is actually a sermon series. Can you tell the difference?
By Artie Davis on May 24, 2014
Artie Davis recommends the "4 Ts" we should all keep in mind.
By Brandon Kelley on Aug 4, 2016
It is not enough to simply preach what the passage of Scripture says within your next sermon. It’s a good start, but don’t stop there. You’ll stop short of something truly beautiful, truly remarkable.
By Peter Mead on Feb 19, 2019
Not all feedback is created equal. How you handle it can shape your preaching.
By Chris Surber on Apr 16, 2019
A working knowledge of Church history teaches us to be humble. Our footprints aren’t the first tracks on this road.
By Sermoncentral on Jan 3, 2017
Acts 2 does not give us a picture of Peter hearing from God in private, then coming to the disciples with the vision.
By Erik Raymond on Jul 27, 2014
"I have never met a preacher who did not want to increase the effectiveness of his sermon. The question is where to start?"
By Gavin Adams on Sep 4, 2014
A deep, layered and rich sermon might impress some people, but it does it work?
By Lance Witt on Nov 13, 2017
Are we truly broken for the lost?
By Charles Stone on Aug 5, 2016
When I was in seminary Church Growth 101 was a required course. I took interest in the whole field and became a student of church growth.