By Keith Williams on Mar 18, 2021
New tech helps pastors and church leaders promote biblical literacy and reading the Bible regularly.
By Sermoncentral on Mar 29, 2022
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 Peter Mead on May 9, 2022
Perhaps the hardest thing to know is what you don’t know.
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 Bruce Frank on Aug 17, 2020
Bruce Frank, lead pastor of of Biltmore Baptist Church, one of the top 50 fastest-growing churches in America, shares his sermon prep process.
By Paul Caminiti on Mar 16, 2018
In North America, we have more Bibles than ever, but less and less real engagement. Why?
By David Vroege on Jul 18, 2018
When we hide his word in our hearts, it makes a powerful difference personally and professionally.
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 Peter Mead on Dec 5, 2018
The most recent research presents troubling results. How does your church measure up?
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 Randy Alcorn on Dec 19, 2017
“Truth is truth even if no one believes it; a lie is a lie even if everyone believes it.”
By Alphonetta Wines on Feb 21, 2013
We are called upon to bring the word: Sunday morning, Bible studies, funerals, conferences, civic events. Is it any wonder that there are times we have nothing fresh to say?
By David J. Lose on Apr 4, 2018
When a sermon includes the following seven central elements, and when the Holy Spirit is present, something happens—the Word comes alive and people come to faith.
By Dr. Iain Murray on Mar 15, 2018
Dr. Iain Murray discusses why a number of circles today consider “expository preaching” in vogue, but warns against exclusively preaching that way for a number of reasons.