By Sermoncentral on May 20, 2013
This completely secular video is instructional, AND could be a great intro for your next sermon.
By Joe Mckeever on Sep 19, 2018
Sure, it seems like a no-brainer, but what if you're a "right-brained preacher"?
By Charles Stone on Aug 28, 2017
Great ministry leaders keep their emotions in check. Unfortunately, when we don’t keep them in check, our emotional brain can hijack clear thinking and good leadership.
By Charles Stone on Jun 21, 2017
The brain is a masterpiece of God’s creation. It grows rapidly from birth until the mid-twenties. Unfortunately, it’s downhill from there. Even though you can’t avoid getting older, you can take some simple steps to keep your brain sharp.
By Charles Stone on May 23, 2017
Leaders often run into invisible brain barriers when they attempt change. Ignoring them can slow or stonewall a progress.
By Charles Stone on Jul 1, 2016
For many years scientists and philosophers have pondered why we need sleep besides to not be sleepy. Of course we all intuitively know how important sleep is to our bodies, relationships, and walk with God. But as neuroscientists are learning more about the brain, they are discovering many positive brain benefits from sleep. This list below includes some of those benefits.
By Charles Stone on Jul 29, 2020
Dr. Charles Stone draws from the study of the human brain and suggests how we can impact the human heart.
By Trevin Wax on Mar 26, 2020
Pastors, don’t underestimate the cumulative effect of your preaching. You are not dumping information into brains. You are forming the habits of your people, teaching them how to read and understand and apply the Bible for themselves.
By Duncan Hamilton on Apr 30, 2016
Two years ago I travelled China’s Shandong Provence; specifically to the city that Eric Liddell knew as Weihsien and which is now called Weifang. I walked around the site of the camp where he died of a brain tumour six months before the Second World War ended. The earth that held him during that war holds him still. No one can identify where Liddell was buried. So, instead of a grave, he has a monument – an enormous slab of rose granite shipped from the Isle of Mull in the Hebrides.