By David Mathis on Dec 23, 2017
You were made for the Great Joy of Christmas.
By Josh Reich on Dec 20, 2017
Christmas Eve is coming, and millions of people will walk into a church to experience something. But what will they get when they walk into your church or mine?
By Jonathan Howe on Dec 21, 2017
Unfortunately stress can lead churches to plan poorly and make unnecessary mistakes. Here are ten such mistakes to avoid in your church this Christmas.
By Sermoncentral on May 5, 2021
Mother's Day is the 3rd-highest church attendance day of the year, after Christmas and Easter. This is a great opportunity to reach both new visitors and current members with the Gospel.
By Sermoncentral on Sep 15, 2018
Are you willing to be hated for preaching the gospel?
By Eric Mckiddie on May 11, 2019
"There's a difference between preaching a gospel-centered sermon and preaching a sermon with the gospel in it."
By Greg Stier on Sep 14, 2016
Believe it or not doing something as simple as giving the Gospel in every sermon can literally transform your church.
By Sermoncentral on Aug 19, 2013
Pastor Brian Zhand presents the Gospel in two different, creative ways using folding chairs.
By Dave Rhodes on Aug 24, 2020
What happens when we speak and preach and live out a Kingdom-less gospel?
By Scot Mcknight on Nov 5, 2011
"I believe we have developed a personal-salvation culture at the expense of a gospel culture," says McKnight.
By Scot Mcknight on Oct 4, 2011
In this two-part video Scot McKnight seeks to asnswer the question: Did Jesus Preach the Gospel?
By Sermoncentral on Nov 24, 2012
John Piper and Matt Chandler discuss how they decide when to put the gospel message front and center.
By Jared Moore on Dec 19, 2018
There are plenty of things we can do to improve our style, but does the gospel get lost in the garnish?
By Sermoncentral on Aug 13, 2020
Tailoring your message to fit the audience is good planning. Changing the content of the gospel is something else entirely.
By Greg Stier on Apr 27, 2018
Greg Stier offers three reasons for sharing a clear Gospel message in every sermon.