By Peter Mead on May 10, 2013
Discover the pros and cons of how your unique personality affects your preaching.
By Peter Mead on Jun 27, 2015
Some people may overly esteem their nationality, so that it is held on a par with their faith. We wouldn’t want to encourage that.
By Hershael York on Oct 27, 2018
The most magnificent refrain cannot be all that its composer intended when played on an inferior or out-of-tune instrument.
By Mike Miller on Jan 5, 2019
Like flying a plane, good training can help your preaching walk away with a smooth landing.
By Joe Hoagland on May 14, 2016
When it comes to the art of preaching improvisation can play a big role, just like in music. Here at Rookie Preacher we advocate for a tight, well put together structure. But, that doesn’t mean you need to have every word memorized.
By Thom Schultz on Oct 18, 2013
It's shocking: Only 29 percent of preachers or teachers are willing to embrace change--even if it's an improvement. Here's why.
By Joe Mckeever on Apr 9, 2014
This Q & A answers, "Why are all preachers nuts?" and other things people want to know.
By Joe Mckeever on Feb 14, 2015
"Here are a few 'preacher games' I've noticed over the years, all of them being dishonorable and unworthy."
By Joe Mckeever on Sep 21, 2016
You’re sitting in his church listening to him preach. He’s not five minutes into the message before you realize Mr. Hotshot is appearing before you in the flesh. His words and mannerisms give him away.
By Leslie Holmes on Oct 20, 2011
Whether we preach from a manuscript, a 3x5 card, an iPad, or without notes, preaching is still the primary means through which God hooks a human soul for salvation.
By Warren Wiersbe on Oct 5, 2011
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?
By Bob Hostetler on Oct 22, 2013
If you're not in the habit of praying before you preach, here's a good place to start.
By Jeremy Smith on Mar 16, 2015
The way you handle distractions may indicate how you see your role in the pulpit.
By Matt Chandler on Dec 13, 2018
There's no limit to the distractions facing a pastor, but in the end we are called to preach.
By Peter Mead on Mar 25, 2015
Part of the preacher's role is to slow people down and to help them make sense of what the text is actually saying.