By Paul Caminiti on Feb 7, 2011
In North America, we have more Bibles than ever, but less and less real engagement. Why?
By John Piper 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 Peter Mead on Dec 7, 2011
Peter Mead: Is your preaching half-baked when it comes to the biblical text?
By Peter Mead on Dec 8, 2011
We all want to be "biblical" preachers, but are we really giving the text its due? Find out in the second part of this series by Peter Mead.
By Peter Mead on Feb 6, 2013
Imagine the Bible as a "superstructure." Which texts gird the grand message of the Scripture?
By John Piper on Feb 27, 2013
"No other pastoral duty should be treated as solemnly and forcefully as this one simple exhortation from the Apostle Paul: Preach the Word."
By Outreach, Inc. on Feb 28, 2013
The Bible miniseries airs on The History Channel beginning March 3. Here's a sneak peek with expert commentary from Rick Warren.
By Clay Smith on Mar 7, 2013
Here's how one pastor answers a commonly-asked question. How would you answer?
By Haddon Robinson on May 18, 2013
Haddon Robinson suggests we need to do something more than talk about Bible history.
By Peter Mead on Jun 15, 2013
Many preachers begin with "Open your Bibles ..." But how long do those Bibles stay open?
By Eugene Peterson on Jun 17, 2013
Before Eugene Peterson was a professor and writer, he was a pastor. Here's his wise counsel regarding handling God's word.
By Ron Forseth on Jan 23, 2015
The Bible is filled with portraits of warped personalities, but there's the edification in preaching about their lives.
By Ed Stetzer on Oct 3, 2013
LifeWay Research discovered four common factors in good preaching. Are they part of yours?
By Sherman Cox on Oct 11, 2013
"I have a sermon; maybe you can help me find a Scripture so that I can preach it."
By Peter Mead on Jan 30, 2014
The most recent research presents troubling results. How does your church measure up?
By Sherman Cox on Feb 27, 2014
Every sermon should ask the people for some sort of response, a response in real life.
By Norman Geisler on Apr 4, 2014
It's never easy, but Norman Geisler offers sure guidance on this slippery question.
By Sherman Cox on Jul 10, 2014
Helping people understand the Scripture in its native Bible world is not enough. We must help people to experience it.
By Joe Mckeever on Mar 6, 2015
Those who demand a Scripture verse for everything they do place an intolerable burden on the Christian life never intended by the Heavenly Father.
By Peter Mead on Jun 27, 2016
I believe in preaching series through books of the Bible. I do it. I teach others to do it. But I think we could all do with some extra creativity when it comes to planning a series.
By Jonathon Woodyard on Aug 10, 2016
So here it is in a single sentence: After you have gone to the Bible and it has yielded sweet and glorious truths, you must take time to think over how to tell others what God has shown you, and how it applies to their lives.
By John Piper on Aug 25, 2017
“Think over what I say,” commands the Lord. How can a faithful student of the Bible do this without leaning on commentaries and scholars?