By Craig Groeschel on Apr 20, 2018
Craig Groeschel encourages pastors to make sure they don't miss the key ingredient for authenticity in preaching.
By Stephen Witmer on Jan 9, 2017
Many of us lived as people pleasers in 2016. We squandered too much thought, energy, and passion pursuing praise from others.
By Jared Moore on Aug 11, 2020
Your hearers often hear you before they hear the Scriptures. If your people know you, they’ll have a better basis for understanding your sermons.
By Maurilio Amorim on May 15, 2020
Maurillo Amorim: "I hope we are not creating a culture that encourages people to be authentic about their sins but excuses them from doing the hard work of making things right."
By Lance Witt on Mar 27, 2017
None of us are exempt from the danger of cynicism and turning ministry into nothing more than a job.
By Sermoncentral on Apr 10, 2019
Eight tips on "bearing your honest heart" for greater preaching impact.
By Garrett Kell on Mar 11, 2017
Christians are uniquely equipped to thrive in tumultuous times, not because we are great, but because our God is.
By Lane Sebring on Oct 13, 2014
Some preachers love them; others would never use them. Are they helpful or not?
By Joe Hoagland on Feb 1, 2017
What I always try to get across is there is no magic bullet to reach millennials.
By Josh Reich on Dec 23, 2015
An extra service this week doesn't have to be a chore: it just has to be authentic.
By Brandon Kelley on Nov 14, 2016
Most churches genuinely want to welcome and reach those who are far from God. Sometimes the reason they don’t is because they get in their own way.
By Brady Boyd on Apr 28, 2018
"I think it is great when pastors are candid about their own struggles. But there are times when the pastor can share way too much information and actually cause people to stumble."
By Brandon Cox on Mar 2, 2017
Usually, knowing what breaks your heart is knowing what you should do with your life, and how you should be leading others.
By Kevin Deyoung on Mar 28, 2018
Kevin DeYoung presents four qualities of what he calls "truly good preaching–-the kind that resonates with people and the kind God tends to employ."