By Michael Lukaszewski on Feb 3, 2015
Michael Lukaszewski offers six compelling reasons why Andy Stanley is one of the top communicators of our time.
By Mark Gomez on Sep 23, 2020
Pastor Mark Gomez shares the way he sees his audience: "Suddenly, there is a much broader audience than we first believed."
By Dr. Larry Moyer on Jun 11, 2021
Imagine a crowd of people, each one with the rebellious heart of a teenager. How do you break through?
By Dr. Larry Moyer on Jul 5, 2018
Larry Moyer says "Hardened hearts need to hear from a communicator, not a speaker." Can you bridge the span to a hard audience?
By James Scott on Jul 24, 2012
"One of the greatest weaknesses we see from leadership in the church is not understanding the audience the leader is speaking to," says James Scott.
By Rachel Blom on Oct 28, 2011
Rachel Blom: "Seeker-sensitive preaching means adapting my sermon to the fact that my audience is, for the most part, not committed to Christ."
By Mark Driscoll on Sep 29, 2012
Pastor Mark Driscoll believes knowing the culture is an essential part of preaching.
By Lane Sebring on Nov 7, 2019
Few public speakers can keep an audience's attention for an hour. Fewer should even try.
By Mark Dever on Jul 26, 2018
When you preach, who is your audience? Mark Dever suggests these three groups.
By James Scott on Sep 9, 2020
You have to preach to the audience you have rather than the one you dream of having.
By Peter Mead on May 7, 2018
The challenge with criticism is to sort it through and preach for our audience of One, yet with a loving sensitivity to the many who sit and listen.
By Sermoncentral on Jan 16, 2014
Two false assumptions can rob your preaching of power, yet they are easy to make.
By Sermoncentral on Oct 13, 2020
My audience matters so much to the heart of God, that He sent His only son Jesus to die on the cross for their redemption.
By Peter Mead on Mar 25, 2020
Everyone needs encouragement. And yet, strangely, it's often absent from a significant amount of preaching.
By Sherman Haywood Cox on Nov 27, 2020
Exegesis is always the foundation for a sermon, but does your preaching reach your listeners' feelings?