By Ed Stetzer on Jul 12, 2010
Ed Stetzer discusses the importance of transformation in the life of a Christian and offers points to assist the preacher in helping their congregation see it through.
By Rick Warren on Jan 17, 2011
I'll say it over and over: The purpose of preaching is obedience. That is why you should always preach for response, aiming for people to act on what is said.
By John Holm on Dec 11, 2012
Change is difficult under the best of circumstances. Here's how to soften the blow and prepare your people.
By Chris Foster on Nov 21, 2013
Are there laws that define a sermon as good or bad, effective or ineffective, memorable or forgettable?
By Rob Pochek on Jan 28, 2014
Everyone says they want change, so what's the problem?
By Kathleen And Kevin-Neil Ward on Oct 28, 2014
Not all change is bad. What if "new" ways of preaching and doing church actually take us closer to the New Testament model?
By Bob Hostetler on Feb 28, 2015
Bob Hostetler identifies one part of the sermon nearly every preacher overlooks.
By Joe Mckeever on Jul 20, 2016
“They will still bear fruit in old age. They will be full of sap and very green…” (Psalm 92:14).
All generalizations are false. Including this one.
Every rule has its exceptions. Including this one.
Even so, I’m going to make some general statements about seniors.
By Charles Stone on Aug 31, 2016
Change is inevitable. And unless a church creates healthy change in itself, it will soon become obsolete.
By Carey Nieuwhof on Sep 9, 2016
While social media and even traditional media are still preoccupied with mega churches and multi-site churches, the reality is that most churches in North America are quite small.
By Michael Duduit on Sep 23, 2016
Barna makes these observations: “Attracting churchless people to corporate faith usually requires more than a few incremental refinements in outreach strategy and tactics. This is about more than improved marketing and having greeters at the church’s front door."
By Brian Croft on Feb 11, 2017
Whatever you do, choose battles wisely as if you will be at that church ten years or more. That will give you a different perspective and will help you be patient.
By Charles Stone on May 5, 2017
In your church you’re probably trying to bring change in some way or are contemplating it.
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.