By Colin Adams on Mar 29, 2018
Megachurch pastor Matt Chandler answers queries from Colin Adams about the importance of preaching, his preparation, and the responsibilities of a teaching pastor.
By Colin Adams on May 19, 2011
Colin Adams interviews Tim Keller about the greatest perils in preaching, sermon prep, and balancing the demands of leadership.
By Adam Russell on Apr 11, 2012
Donald Trump is famous for a reason. He is a caricature of our own heart, the fleshed out reality of our own secret hopes.
By Adam Cleaveland on May 4, 2012
What happens when you discover that the best education in the country just isn't enough?
By Adam Russell on Sep 24, 2012
Are you treating praise and worship as a warm-up act for the "main event" or something greater?
By Adam Russell on Apr 11, 2013
"Having a job is so normal, and rigid, and bourgeois. It’s unbecoming a person who is destined to greatness."
By Adam Russell on Jun 3, 2015
This is the sort of admission that reveals just how mysterious marriage--and preaching--can be.
By Adam Ramsey on Jun 6, 2014
If you're still in your first 5 years as a preacher, don’t give up! God has this wonderful way of drawing straight lines with crooked sticks.
By Adam Ramsey on Nov 5, 2015
The high calling of every parent and preacher is to faithfully pass on the baton of faith to the next generation. Here are five ways to make the message stick.
By Gavin Adams on Sep 4, 2014
A deep, layered and rich sermon might impress some people, but it does it work?
By Adam Russell on Nov 3, 2014
Noah built a boat, Boaz was a farmer, Peter was a fisherman, Paul was a tentmaker and Jesus was a carpenter--they all had a common life before they had an extraordinary life.
By Adam Weber on Mar 21, 2017
I had only recently completed my master’s degree, I didn’t want to start this church in the first place, it was struggling to grow, and here I was moving this stupid sign through three feet of snow. Without thinking, the words came out:
God, what am I doing here?
By Gavin Adams on Aug 5, 2014
"If you are preaching every week intentionally, you are not serving your church or the next generation of leaders intentionally."
By Colin Adams on Apr 30, 2018
"Early in my ministry, I needed twenty-plus hours to prepare. By now, the disciplines are more streamlined. I average perhaps ten hours or so," says Ortlund.