By Clay Smith on Mar 7, 2013
Here's how one pastor answers a commonly-asked question. How would you answer?
By Francis Chan on May 12, 2018
Francis Chan says that his life is not radical compared to the lives in the Book of Acts.
By Dr. Larry Moyer on Feb 9, 2018
Larry Moyer advises pastors to beware of five misconceptions of God’s Word that can adversely affect our outreach to non-Christians.
By Shane Grant on Jun 19, 2014
Biblical preaching does not seek to influence the modern world but wants to move people to a different world, a world that is unavailable to them without preaching.
By Carey Nieuwhof on Apr 5, 2017
As harsh as it sounds, here’s the truth: if a leader doesn’t buy you, they’ll rarely buy your idea.
By Sermoncentral on Jan 20, 2014
Alan Hirsch's shocking observation might just influence the way you preach in the coming year.
By Sermoncentral on May 20, 2013
This completely secular video is instructional, AND could be a great intro for your next sermon.
By Lance Witt on Nov 14, 2016
It’s not just what you say, but how you say it.
By Sherman Haywood Cox on Aug 8, 2020
We like to think we're beyond outside influence, but there are hot-buttons in every church that could take away your pulpit voice.
By Bob Hamp on Apr 24, 2012
Spiritual leaders influence more than they direct, and they inspire more than they instruct.
By Sermoncentral on Dec 9, 2016
I’ve been thinking this week about the place of joy in our lives. Mixed with hope, it’s an essential element for the perseverance of Christian leaders.
By Lance Witt on Nov 7, 2016
As a leader, your words carry more weight and they have more staying power. Your words get amplified and magnified.
By Michael Duduit on Feb 13, 2018
Preaching magazine editor Michael Duduit takes on the challenging task of naming the most important preachers from the recent past.
By John Piper on Dec 15, 2017
I love R.C. Sproul. I am sure I owe him more than I can even recall. My reverence for the holiness of God and the truth of his word would not be the same without his influence. I will miss him (for a short while).
By David Whiting on Aug 30, 2016
Pastors and church leaders often receive anonymous comments, mysteriously appearing in the church office,the offering plate, or the “comments” section of the Sunday communication card.A few years ago, I stopped reading them. They don’t even get passed onto me. Asa church leader, I recommend that you do the same thing.