By Gabe Lyons on Aug 12, 2011
In this three-minute video Gabe Lyons offers insight about engaging the "next" Christians to awaken the church.
By Jared Moore on Jul 6, 2015
The tempting pull toward celebrity is everywhere, including ministry. Check yourself against this list.
By Andreas Kostenberger on Dec 6, 2016
Jesus’s birth did not come in a vacuum. His coming was the culmination of centuries, even millennia, of mounting expectation of the coming Messiah and Savior of humankind.
By Mark Driscoll on May 9, 2014
Mark Driscoll gives some great advice on how to make your Mother's Day service extra-special and meaningful.
By Rick Ezell on Dec 5, 2014
You may be the most skilled preacher and your church may have excellent small groups or the best children’s ministry in the city, but your first-time guests will never know unless they make a second or third visit.
By Sherman Cox on Jun 29, 2012
If you have trouble finding something to celebrate, look for the Good News first. The celebration will jump out at you.
By Sermoncentral on Dec 24, 2018
The Eternal Word is ever new. Come celebrate with saints centuries old.
By Eric Mckiddie on Jan 12, 2016
The celebration and joy of preaching God’s word will return to you when you remember the blessings that God has in store.
By Karl Vaters on May 18, 2017
Any definition of church growth that doesn’t allow for, even celebrate, churches that contribute in non-numerical ways is incomplete.
By Lance Witt on Dec 4, 2017
As pastors, how do we celebrate Christmas without getting lost in the shuffle of busy church activities?
By Eric Reed on Feb 22, 2018
When natural disasters, terrorist attacks, celebrity deaths, and political intrigue dominate the news, should pastors talk about them? And if so, how?
By Ron Edmondson on Jan 16, 2012
Ron Edmondson: "It seems every day we hear of another big name celebrity, politician, or pastor who has fallen into the temptation of lust and had an affair. I think it is dangerous for any leader to assume this could never happen to him or her."
By Kathleen And Kevin-Neil Ward on Jul 4, 2016
Today, something unexpected is happening. There is a small but distinct movement of young people abandoning the smoke machines, multi-purpose buildings and celebrity pastors of recent church models, and heading back towards traditional worship services, where sacraments are central, buildings are beautiful, and the liturgy has a historic rootedness about it.