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 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 Bob Hostetler on Nov 5, 2013
Is your preaching style stuck in one mode? It's time to break out!
By Outreach, Inc. on Jul 14, 2018
"I don't think there is much you can do to become a preacher except know your Bible and be unbelievably excited about what's there."
By Josh Reich on Dec 26, 2019
If you aren't careful, you will only preach on the things you find important...and you'll end up missing an enormous part of your church.
By John Macarthur on Jun 3, 2013
His points are clear. The question is: do you agree?
By Greg Stier on Sep 14, 2016
Believe it or not doing something as simple as giving the Gospel in every sermon can literally transform your church.
By Ron Edmondson on Jul 13, 2019
Ron Edmondson's tips are actually true for everyone, but they're especially true for visitors.
By Greg Stier on Mar 10, 2018
When it comes to evangelism, a mission statement can turn from big black letters on a church marquee to a little white lie that the church is telling the community.
By Brandon Kelley on Dec 14, 2017
A Pastor’s leadership must first and foremost be a response to Christ’s gospel.
By Peter Mead on Feb 19, 2019
Not all feedback is created equal. How you handle it can shape your preaching.
By David Asscherick on Oct 20, 2012
David Asscherick suggests there's no reason to "go" to preach unless your life is already preaching.
By Ben Mandrell on Sep 12, 2018
One of God's favorite metaphors in the Bible is that of a shepherd. All throughout the grand story of Scripture, the importance of leading the flock comes shining through.
By H.b. Charles, Jr. on Nov 18, 2020
If you're asked to guest-speak, you need these 10 real-life rules.
By Charles Kiser on Jul 4, 2020
"I’ve dealt with increasing dissonance about preaching for at least four reasons."