By Walter Brueggemann on Feb 11, 2012
The Bible doesn't look the other way when it comes to raw human emotion. How should we preach these Psalms?
By Darrin Patrick on Dec 1, 2011
Darrin Patrick provides a powerful illustration of the important role men have played in the history of the church and their importance in the future.
By Sermoncentral on Sep 9, 2013
As preachers, it's our starting point, our text. Perhaps sometimes we should share the big picture of "why."
By Lance Witt on Dec 18, 2017
"One of the things I love about the Bible is how honest it is. The pages of Scripture don’t gloss over the flaws and sins and weaknesses of people. Even the great heroes of the faith are not airbrushed or photo-shopped to make them look superhuman."
By Dustin Leimgruber on Jan 30, 2019
Check out the modern parable of the Runaway Bride.
By Steven Furtick on Aug 3, 2016
It’s easy enough to say we need to be patient with the process. To talk about the benefits of weaknesses. To extol the virtues of embracing who we really are.
But I think we all know why we are in such a hurry to change.
By Kyle Strobel on Oct 15, 2018
If they were important to Jonathan Edwards, they should be important to you!
By Charles Stone on Dec 27, 2017
"Discouragement is a universal experience for ministry leaders and the word actually self-defines itself…dis-courage meaning no courage. Some of the Bible’s greatest characters faced it: Moses, David, Paul, Mary the mother of Jesus, and the apostles. Nehemiah, the great Old Testament leader faced it when he led the Jews to rebuild the wall. Yet, his response offers us hope when we face it."