By Patrick Holden on Sep 3, 2020
Five common mistakes any speaker can make--or learn how to avoid.
By Stephanie J. Spencer on Dec 2, 2019
"God uses broken vessels to shine His light. I believe He can speak through me because of my gifts or in spite of my gifts, depending on the circumstance."
By Jamie Arpin-Ricci on Sep 18, 2012
Jamie Arpin-Ricci sees his preaching role in terms of asking "generative questions" in order to reach his listeners.
By Sherman Haywood Cox on Aug 2, 2018
Are you preaching the same thing over and over again but don't know it? Sherman Cox offers practical steps to avoid this often overlooked preaching rut.
By Sermoncentral on Jan 17, 2019
It's not just academic; it's essential for life-giving sermons.
By Peter Mead on Nov 14, 2020
Imagine the Bible as a "superstructure." Which texts gird the grand message of the Scripture?
By James Macdonald on Apr 18, 2018
In my experience, if a pastor does these three things faithfully he will have the support of the vast majority of his people in almost any church anywhere.
By Sermoncentral on Feb 13, 2019
Brandon Cox challenges us to ask ourselves the tough questions about a core value.
By R. C. Sproul on Jan 16, 2018
One comment that Christian pastors sometimes hear from people they are counseling is that it would be easier for them to have a strong faith if they could see God doing the same kinds of miracles today as are recorded in the Bible.
By Peter Mead on Jun 4, 2019
Perhaps this list can also help you pray for other preachers, or pastors in your church.
By Brandon O'brien on Nov 14, 2019
Leverage these characteristics, and you'll see greater ministry success.
By Brian Croft on Sep 27, 2019
Brian Croft reminds us the very first ingredient in every powerful sermon. Does your sermon have it?
By Sermoncentral on Jul 16, 2020
D. A. Carson, Tim Keller, and John Piper discuss the importance of preaching in a way that connects to listeners, draws them into the Word, and brings them back to the present day to live out what they've learned.
By Ray Hollenbach on May 11, 2021
How long can you hold your audience? Steven Spielberg can hold them for two and a half hours.