By Sermoncentral on Sep 15, 2012
John Piper talks about the little-known task of "spiritual midwifery."
By Greg Morse on Jan 27, 2018
Don’t be yourself. Be something higher. Be who God predestined you to be. Be who you are in Jesus.
By Mark Looyenga on Nov 22, 2016
Again and again in Scripture, biblical characters experience contentment amidst struggle or difficulty in ways that go beyond just circumstance.
By Sermoncentral on Feb 24, 2017
Jesus is greatly honored when we bring ourselves, with the Holy Spirit’s help, back to the heart of worship again and again.
By Sermoncentral on Feb 9, 2013
Perhaps it's time to discover again: "Ministry" doesn't have to take place within the four walls of the church.
By Brady Boyd on Sep 1, 2020
It's Monday, and just when you're ready to relax from the weekend, you realize you have to start the sermon process all over again.
By David J. Lose on Nov 26, 2014
This is the way thanksgiving always works--in giving thanks for a gift given, we are blessed again.
By Steven Lawson on Jul 1, 2020
Steven Lawson: "A heaven-sent revival will only come when Scripture is enthroned once again in the pulpit."
By Joe Mckeever on Apr 23, 2020
Joe McKeever: "Have fun preaching those repeats, pastor. At least this is one time you do not have to reinvent the wheel or discover fire all over again."
By Sherman Haywood Cox on Aug 2, 2018
Are you preaching the same thing over and over again but don't know it? Sherman Cox offers practical steps to avoid this often overlooked preaching rut.
By Marshall Segal on Oct 4, 2017
“The Lord is near to the brokenhearted and saves the crushed in spirit,” (Psalms 34:18).
By Sermoncentral on May 21, 2020
In this two-minute video John Piper reminds us that vision often leaks and it's our role to articulate it in fresh new ways.
By Joe Mckeever on Jun 10, 2021
"As a young pastor, I couldn't repeat a sermon any more than I could eat yesterday's breakfast again."
By Sermoncentral on Sep 12, 2015
"I was so moved that the desire to say it again another way kept urging me on. So I wrote this."
By David Vroege on Dec 15, 2020
How do you go about breathing fresh meaning into a story everyone has already heard?