By Sermoncentral on Apr 20, 2013
When you preach, do people see you or what you are talking about?
By Sermoncentral on Apr 14, 2014
Great preaching follows a line to its climax. Hal Seed points to the glory of the cross and resurrection as the climax of God's story with humanity.
By Sermoncentral on Dec 25, 2019
There were points in our Savior's life when His glory shone temporarily through the veil.
By Sermoncentral on Sep 9, 2013
As preachers, it's our starting point, our text. Perhaps sometimes we should share the big picture of "why."
By Chris Surber on Mar 4, 2019
Perhaps your sermon outline is actually a sermon series. Can you tell the difference?
By Joe Mckeever on Dec 6, 2018
The carnal mind will never understand the things of God. But do we?
By Tyler Scarlett on Dec 14, 2018
The sermon's not done until you sharpen the point. Here are four excellent ways to do it.
By Sherman Haywood Cox on Dec 11, 2014
Help your listeners connect with your preaching points--and their purpose!
By Sherman Haywood Cox on Aug 3, 2020
Stories are powerful, but how do we make the points of our sermon while keeping the integrity of the Bible story that we are preaching?
By Sermoncentral on Mar 16, 2019
I've been preaching for 30 years. At some point I have to run out of things to say, right? Actually, at hundreds of points I have run out of things to say!
By Sermoncentral on Nov 27, 2019
A tongue-in-cheek commentary on a popular preaching style. Have you ever used it? How'd it work for you?
By Sermoncentral on Nov 24, 2014
"At hundreds of points, I have run out of things to say." What to do next is key.
By Sermoncentral on Nov 21, 2020
Jonathan Edwards has a word for our time that could hardly be more pointed if he were living today. It has to do with the foundation of gratitude.
By Sermoncentral on Jun 7, 2019
"I was taught never to wrestle with difficult truths in front of the congregation. Give them simple three-point, alliterated answers to life’s problems."
By Sermoncentral on Dec 30, 2016
I’ve noticed that for a couple thousand years now, the church has had this tendency to be quick to point out what is wrong with the church, but slow to affirm what is right.