By Josh Reich on Apr 14, 2016
The best companies (churches) have the best leaders. The second-best companies (churches) have the second-best leaders. The third-best companies (churches), in these times of turbulence, are unfortunately on their way out of business.
By Sermoncentral on Sep 30, 2013
Dr. Mack King Carter's preaching advice for studying and sermon prep is worth listening to more than once.
By Carey Nieuwhof on Dec 1, 2016
You might think it’s an event you do, or perhaps it’s Easter. But whether Christmas has historically been your best opportunity to reach unchurched people or not, I believe it could be.
By Sherman Haywood Cox on Nov 29, 2019
We must think deeply about how our illustration choices affect how our congregation hears our sermon.
By Wayne Cordeiro on May 26, 2018
It's no longer “what” I want to teach; it's “how” they best learn.
By Peter Mead on Jul 17, 2018
Frequently, God felt that having the truth clothed in the genre of story was the best option.
By Sermoncentral on Jan 17, 2017
If you’re in the Kingdom, you’re in a battle.
By Lane Sebring on Dec 6, 2019
These practices will help you make sure you preach your best at every service, every Sunday.
By Sherman Haywood Cox on Aug 28, 2020
"The black preaching tradition, when it is at its best, helps and blesses all who come in contact with it," says Sherman Cox.
By Larry Osborne on Jun 9, 2018
Larry Osborne: "Sharing the pulpit has proven to be one of the best things that ever happened to our church and to me."
By Lane Sebring on Dec 13, 2014
Sometimes the best sermon prep is the questions you ask yourself.
By Sermoncentral on Aug 2, 2019
Beware: Karl Vaters may just rock your boat (in the very best way)
By John Holm on Dec 30, 2013
Change is difficult under the best of circumstances. Here's how to soften the blow and prepare your people.
By Wayne Cordeiro on May 9, 2018
Wayne Cordeiro offers tips for discerning when it's time to quit and when quitting is not God's best for you or your ministry.
By Ed Stetzer on Dec 4, 2012
Sometimes the best preaching is transparent; the word that changes us is what also changes others.