By Sermoncentral on Jun 5, 2017
Every day we’re becoming someone—the question is, who?
By Sherman Haywood Cox on Nov 29, 2019
We must think deeply about how our illustration choices affect how our congregation hears our sermon.
By Steven Furtick on Jan 20, 2012
Preaching on Daniel 6? Steven Furtick offers preaching points to reveal what the text does--and doesn't--say.
By Jonathan Malm on Jun 9, 2014
By all means we should connect with our listeners, but how we make that connection is a crucial choice.
By Christina Fox on May 29, 2017
A certain amount of self-evaluation can be good. We should have insight into ourselves, our motives, our choices, and our actions. But sometimes we can go too far. When self-evaluation ends with ourselves instead of pointing us beyond ourselves, there’s a problem.
By Randy Alcorn on Dec 7, 2017
"If a young man without modern medicine and dying of an excruciating disease could make choices that brought him happiness in Christ, surely we can too."
By Sermoncentral on Oct 7, 2017
"The forces of American culture are almost all designed to build the opposite worldview into our people’s minds. Maximize comfort, ease, and security. Avoid all choices that might bring discomfort, trouble, difficulty, pain, or suffering. Add this cultural force to our natural desire for immediate gratification and fleeting pleasures, and the combined power to undermine the superior satisfaction of the soul in the glory of God through suffering is huge."
By John Gilman Ii on Mar 24, 2021
Families have long been the cornerstone of church congregations. Parents bring their children to church every Sunday. At a certain point, it becomes the children’s choice and responsibility to decide if they want to continue going to church every Sunday or not. That’s why it’s so important to show your children God’s grace and make Him a priority in their life from an early age.