By Sermoncentral on Jul 15, 2011
In this video John Piper answers the question, "What Bible passages do you use to base your claims about how we should preach?"
By Stephen Nichols on Oct 22, 2016
One of the most significant questions you’ll ever ask is: By whose, or by what, authority?
By Matt Chandler on Feb 18, 2012
"If you don't have an authoritative view of the scripture, you're not going to have authoritative Bible-preaching."
By Peter Mead on May 7, 2012
Do you give your listeners confidence in the clarity of God's Word?
By John Macarthur on Oct 3, 2019
John MacArthur feels the same tensions we do--and still preaches with authority.
By Sermoncentral on Jan 25, 2017
God's authority is higher than the authority of the president of the United States or Congress or the king of Spain or any ruler anywhere else.
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."
By Chuck Lawless on Apr 2, 2016
It's an all-too-familiar scene: a pastor who burns out while doing things that a member of his congregation could have helped with. Here are twelve of the worst reasons not to delegate.
By Chris Surber on Aug 25, 2018
Author Chris Surber suggests six avenues to handle the hurt and disappointment so common in pastoral ministry.
By Toni Ridgaway on Jun 5, 2013
Scholars and authors say the church does not often present the topic of heaven anymore, and they wonder why.
By Nathan Aaseng on Nov 21, 2012
Author Nathan Aaseng says, "Preaching is a terrible form of communication." Yet he discovered why preaching is the crown jewel of a pastor's existence.
By Stephen Nichols on Oct 27, 2017
"The reforming efforts of Wycliffe could not be quenched by the flames or stopped by a council’s declarations. This Morning Star shone brightly against the horizon, signaling the soon coming of daylight."
By Tim Keller on Mar 13, 2018
New Testament scholar D. A. Carson, senior pastor Sandy Willson, author and senior pastor Tim Keller, senior parachurch executive Matt Perman, and church research consultant Glenn Lucke speak to the issue of Plagiarism.
By Lance Witt on Sep 11, 2017
"It may be that the great sin of the church in our generation is the trivializing of God. The Jesus Christ, in whom the fullness of deity dwells, is not to be boxed in, airbrushed, made over, tamed, explained or explained away. I am deeply convinced that the way you live will be a direct consequence of how you see God."