By Sermoncentral on Jan 12, 2013
Coming in March: the scriptures come to life in a fresh presentation.
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."
By Sermoncentral on Jun 3, 2021
When scholars talk about how a book qualified to be called Scripture, they list five characteristics called "the laws of canonicity."
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 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 Steve Murrell on Aug 21, 2020
"Unlike many modern preachers, Paul refused to edit out the difficult parts of the message. He insisted on preaching the whole gospel."
By Sermoncentral on Jun 7, 2019
"I was taught never to wrestle with difficult truths in front of the congregation. Give them simple three-point, alliterated answers to life’s problems."
By Randy Alcorn on Jan 5, 2018
I’m reminded of what the Huguenots said of the Bible and its critics: “Hammer away ye hostile hands; your hammers break, God’s Anvil stands.”
By Sermoncentral on Mar 24, 2020
In this video John Piper answers the question, "What Bible passages do you use to base your claims about how we should preach?"
By Lori Hatcher on Nov 7, 2017
"We’ve all heard them—phrases that sound wise, insightful, and biblical. But are they really? Let’s look at some common sayings, compare them to the Bible, and see if they hold up."
By Rev. Burk Parsons on Jan 13, 2018
If we are to redirect the current paths of young people, we must begin in the church by taking up the charge to come alongside younger men and women, and teach them the old, ancient values of God's Word.
By Steven Lawson on Oct 31, 2017
"Luther came to realize that salvation was a gift for the guilty, not a reward for the righteous. Man is not saved by his good works but by trusting the finished work of Christ. Thus, justification by faith alone became the central tenet of the Reformation."
By Brandon Kelley on Dec 14, 2017
A Pastor’s leadership must first and foremost be a response to Christ’s gospel.
By David Mathis on Oct 30, 2017
"He was not the kind who started revolutions, but the kind who brought order to the ensuing chaos."
By Dr. Stephen Nichols on Oct 27, 2017
"The reforming efforts of Wycliffe could not be quenched by the flames or stopped by a council’s declarations. This Morning Star shone brightly against the horizon, signaling the soon coming of daylight."