By Sermoncentral 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?
By Sermoncentral on Sep 14, 2017
Studying the Bible does not need to be complex. Simple tools can help us glean amazing insights from the word.
By Peter Mead on Aug 22, 2011
We preach hoping and praying for the message to mark and transform lives as it is preached. But what about after the sermon is over?
By Brandon Smith on Jan 18, 2018
Whatever you do, just read the Bible.
By Paul Caminiti on Mar 16, 2018
In North America, we have more Bibles than ever, but less and less real engagement. Why?
By Josh Reich on Sep 21, 2017
"When we read the Bible, we want to understand it and apply it. We want to know what the Bible says and how it affects our lives. We want something to happen, we want to get something out of it. But we’re often left frustrated and wondering what we missed."
By Sermoncentral on Feb 6, 2017
If you want to get people’s attention or have the room go silent, just announce that you’ve decided to go to seminary.
By David Vroege on Jul 18, 2018
When we hide his word in our hearts, it makes a powerful difference personally and professionally.
By Peter Mead on Dec 5, 2018
The most recent research presents troubling results. How does your church measure up?
By Rev. Lisa Morrison on Jul 5, 2012
Lisa Morrison reminds us that the Bible is a "collection of masterpieces" and our preaching should reflect the variety of the text.
By Joe Mckeever on Sep 12, 2014
The problem, of course, is not with Scripture. The problem is with us.
By Peter Mead on Apr 3, 2017
Perhaps the hardest thing to know is what you don’t know.
By C.j. Mahaney on Nov 13, 2017
"If more people approached the Bible with a deep sense of helplessness, and hope-filled reliance on God’s merciful assistance, there would be far more seeing and savoring and transformation than there is.”
By Sermoncentral on Mar 11, 2020
Sermon preparation does not end with good exegesis of the Bible; it always includes good exegesis of the local congregation.
By Sermoncentral on Oct 28, 2017
"Bible translation and Bible truth were inseparable for Tyndale, and in the end it was the truth — especially the truth of justification by faith alone — that ignited Britain with Reformed fire and then brought the death sentence to this Bible translator."