By Sermoncentral on Dec 1, 2012
Could this actually be the year when Christmas means more because we choose to do less?
By Sermoncentral on Dec 17, 2015
Hal Seed: "Reading these Christmas stories moves me to worship and bow before him. Then I am ready to consider how to preach it."
By Sermoncentral on Dec 12, 2014
The problems with the church are nothing new. But in a way, that's good news.
By Marshall Segal on Feb 9, 2017
How do we know when our systems for understanding God have become sick with sin and paradoxically subtle justifications for opposing him?
By Sermoncentral on Aug 2, 2019
Beware: Karl Vaters may just rock your boat (in the very best way)
By Lance Witt on Jul 10, 2017
What is the key to relational leadership?
By Brandon Kelley on Jul 1, 2017
Do you want more people to walk away from the church gathering and actually remember the big idea from your sermon? Of course you do. Who wouldn’t?
By David J. Lose on May 18, 2015
Few holidays present themselves as ripe for nostalgia as Pentecost. Weren't these the glory days of the church--spirit-filled preaching, attentive listening, 3,000 converted in a single day?
By Rick Warren on Aug 16, 2011
Rick Warren shares his leadership wisdom for staying healthy and effective for the long haul in ministry.
By Dr. Daniel Akin on Oct 24, 2014
Compromise of biblical truth is not an option, but doing one's best to extend Christ-honoring grace and goodwill should be at the front and center of our agenda.
By Randy Alcorn on Dec 19, 2017
“Truth is truth even if no one believes it; a lie is a lie even if everyone believes it.”
By Sermoncentral on Apr 12, 2017
What traits do we look for in a leader that suggest his fundamental orientation is Christlike servanthood?
By Jonathan Herron on Aug 28, 2013
Even the best preachers can put people to sleep--sometimes with disastrous results!
By Sermoncentral on Feb 10, 2014
Listen to this professor of homiletics discuss what's been left undone in most pastors' education.
By Sermoncentral on Jun 9, 2017
Christian leadership — in the home, the church, and elsewhere — is not for those clawing for honor and recognition, but for those most ready to fall to their knees and be inconvenienced by the needs of others.