By Sermoncentral on Dec 15, 2018
The Scriptures command us to do more than repeat what's already been done, and to look for God to do what He's never done before.
By John Ortberg on May 7, 2020
Your goal is to wash the minds of your people in the Word so that Christ is formed in them. That’s biblical preaching.
By Charles Stone on May 5, 2017
In your church you’re probably trying to bring change in some way or are contemplating it.
By Charles Stone on Aug 31, 2016
Change is inevitable. And unless a church creates healthy change in itself, it will soon become obsolete.
By Sermoncentral on Apr 11, 2017
Many of our congregations must change. They must change or they will die.
By Sermoncentral on Nov 15, 2019
All living things change. Or they die. The church is no exception to that.
By Rob Pochek on Dec 4, 2018
Everyone says they want change, so what's the problem?
By Ed Stetzer on Nov 10, 2018
Does your preaching give people everything they need to embrace change? Ed Stetzer offers practical suggestions for moving people forward.
By John Holm on Dec 30, 2013
Change is difficult under the best of circumstances. Here's how to soften the blow and prepare your people.
By Rick Long on Jun 11, 2018
Does preaching for life-change always produce a watered down message?
By John Bisagno on Jun 7, 2018
Are you making ministry changes according to the latest "church growth" fads or the prompting of the Holy Spirit?
By Sermoncentral on Jun 10, 2016
Okay, I have some tough news for you who are members or leaders of about 100,000 churches in America.
Change or die.
By Tim Challies on Dec 15, 2016
Technologies are good in that they allow us to carry out our God-given mandate (Gen. 4). But every technology also brings risk; it brings change. Innovations subtly shift our understanding of ourselves and the world around us.
By Jonathan Herron on Sep 14, 2016
What do you do if you’re a frustrated support staff member of a visionless church? Do you try to change things from within?
By Kathleen And Kevin-Neil Ward on Oct 28, 2014
Not all change is bad. What if "new" ways of preaching and doing church actually take us closer to the New Testament model?