By Sermoncentral on Oct 30, 2014
For generations, rhymes and alliterations were expected from public speakers. It made them seem credible, authoritative and prepared. Not any more.
By Matt Steen on Jul 9, 2020
Some behaviors are like cancer to a leadership team. Are any of them part of your team?
By Charles Stone on Aug 3, 2017
Silos occur in organizations and churches when leaders act like their ministry or team is the only one that matters. A silo attitude results in that leader or team only supporting, giving, or attending functions that pertain to them. It can kill a ministry and result in many problems. In this post, I suggest ways to minimize ministry silos.
By Brian Croft on Nov 23, 2019
Before the preacher can persuade any sinner to turn to Christ, he must first be persuaded himself.
By Brandon Hilgemann on Jul 6, 2013
Gadgets are making their way to the pulpit. Here are some very practical suggestions to avoid gadget failures.
By Sherman Haywood Cox on Jun 5, 2018
It might be true. It might even be helpful. But is it preaching?
By Garrett Kell on Mar 11, 2017
Christians are uniquely equipped to thrive in tumultuous times, not because we are great, but because our God is.
By Philip Holmes on May 4, 2021
“The reason elders are so necessary,” says Sanchez, “is because they are the means by which our sovereign king chooses to shepherd his church to display his kingdom on earth in local churches as embassies of heaven, and also to proclaim the message of the gospel, calling all people everywhere to repent and believe and enter into the kingdom. Elders shepherd the flock of God among them, under the chief Shepherd. That’s why elders are important, because it is our ascended Lord’s chosen means by which he shepherds his church.”
By Lance Witt on Oct 10, 2016
Unity is not passive, it is active. And if we are going to experience it, we have to work for it.