By Tim Keller on Sep 2, 2011
Tim Keller, D. A. Carson, and John Piper discuss the importance of digging into the biblical text before application.
By J. John on Nov 23, 2011
"In giving thanks to God, there should be no motive other than pure gratitude."
By Ben Mandrell on Jul 24, 2018
God has called preachers to be faithful rather than successful. How can we be sure we are staying true to the call?
By Ken Burge on Sep 4, 2018
Are you afraid to use yourself as the example for your sermon?
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 John Ortberg on Oct 26, 2011
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 Steven Lawson on Mar 23, 2012
Steven Lawson: "A heaven-sent revival will only come when Scripture is enthroned once again in the pulpit."
By Peter Mead on Jun 4, 2015
Why not simply read a bit of Bible and then say what you want to say, making the odd vague connection? This passes for preaching in many places.
By Jeff Clarke on Oct 27, 2015
Anyone with an agenda can search through the Bible, find verses that seem to support their bias, formulate an argument, and call it biblical.
By Sherman Cox on Apr 10, 2013
Is it possible to stand in the pulpit, deliver a biblical message, and still be running from God?
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 Paul Caminiti on Mar 16, 2018
In North America, we have more Bibles than ever, but less and less real engagement. Why?
By Jared Moore on Jun 27, 2012
Your hearers often hear you before they hear the Scriptures. If your people know you, they’ll have a better basis for understanding your sermons.
By Travis Hearn on Dec 11, 2013
When you're giving good news to someone, how do you give it?
By Charles Stone on Jun 11, 2014
The time we invest in sermons and the time people invest in listening to them should make us pause to evaluate our efforts.