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 Chris Surber on Oct 1, 2014
"Bigger churches can do things smaller cannot do. And little churches do things much larger churches can never do."
By Rob O'lynn on Aug 8, 2014
All social media is relational, so how can you leverage relationships in order to find new avenues for your preaching?
By Ron Forseth on Jul 20, 2018
How do you walk the line between preparation and outright theft? Here's help.
By Sermoncentral on Dec 18, 2018
Whether you are a preacher or an aspiring writer, master communicator C.S. Lewis has some suggestions for you.
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 Michael Duduit on Mar 23, 2020
Preaching magazine editor Michael Duduit offers a helpful list of the top preaching books over the last quarter-century.
By Mike Miller on Nov 20, 2013
Good preachers must develop the extra skill of "congregational exegesis."
By Russell Moore on Oct 10, 2018
American Christianity is far less bloody than it used to be. Why?
By Rod Arnold on May 15, 2018
Here are some smart, practical things you can do to connect with more people in your community and give them a chance to get to know your church.
By Ben Witherington Iii on Aug 18, 2012
Asbury Seminary theologian Ben Witherington III speaks to the point in this engaging seven-minute video.
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 Granger Community Church on Oct 8, 2011
This five-minute video from Granger Community Church unpacks the history and the meaning of baptism--connecting our new life in Christ to Israel's passing through the Red Sea.
By J. John on Nov 12, 2020
"In giving thanks to God, there should be no motive other than pure gratitude."
By Warren Wiersbe on Apr 21, 2020
Why is it that so many preachers do not enjoy preaching? Why do some busy themselves in minor matters when they should be studying and meditating? Why do others creep out of the pulpit after delivering their sermon, overwhelmed with a sense of failure and guilt?