By Eugene Peterson on Jul 21, 2012
Eugene Peterson suggests preaching is an imprecise instrument, and that's exactly how it should be.
By John Bisagno on Jun 7, 2018
Are you making ministry changes according to the latest "church growth" fads or the prompting of the Holy Spirit?
By Ron Edmondson on Aug 7, 2020
Ron Edmondson offers a helpful description of the different types of guests you'll find at your church on any given Sunday.
By Gracia Grindal on Jun 13, 2012
Practical advice on what works--and what doesn't--in your sermon.
By J.s. Park on Jan 8, 2014
Sometimes your good work can actually hinder people from hearing the gospel.
By Joe Mckeever on Dec 4, 2020
He's preached more than 150 Christmas sermons in his life, and they're still fun!
By John Gilman Ii on May 17, 2016
A proper welcome needs to have more than just a greeting. Churches need to create welcome pathways that guide people into more familiarity, connection, and relationship with the church. Creating a positive and effective welcoming strategy has never been more important. There is still time to put a great welcome process in place. Here are six tips to get you started in the right direction.
By Lane Sebring on Jan 27, 2020
If the closing of your message is disorganized and unclear, then your listeners will walk away feeling the same way about your message.
By Lance Witt on Nov 6, 2017
Does gratitude flavor your life? Are the words that flow from your lips and the thoughts that race through your mind marked by gratitude?
By Harry Reeder on Nov 5, 2018
Here's why one seasoned pastor considers preaching a funeral one of his greatest privileges.
By Jared Moore on Jan 1, 2019
News Flash: Sixty years later Jared Moore has discovered another Screwtape-type letter.
By Sermoncentral on Jan 6, 2014
William Lane Craig has a practical suggestion when it comes to talking about the reliability of the scriptures.
By J. John on Nov 12, 2020
"In giving thanks to God, there should be no motive other than pure gratitude."
By Lance Witt on Oct 31, 2016
Frustration and anger are pervasive throughout our culture. Underlying the anger and emotion is a deep fear. These are uncertain times and people feel it.