By Glenn Packiam on Mar 11, 2013
Glenn Packiam reminds us there is one aspect of worship that transcends music or preaching: the feasting table.
By Tim Stevens on Apr 9, 2020
Tim Stevens offers encouragement and practical advice to pastors going through a tough ministry funk.
By Joe Mckeever on Jul 4, 2014
Practical advice for dealing with the self-appointed church rulers who try to dominate your preaching and your ministry.
By Joe Mckeever on Mar 21, 2020
Joe McKeever shares practical advice for dealing with the self-appointed church rulers who try to dominate your preaching and your ministry.
By Thomas J. Winters on Feb 27, 2018
Ministry compensation specialist Tom Winters, Esq., guides pastors and church leaders through the sometimes tricky compensation analysis process.
By Rod Arnold on May 15, 2018
Here are some smart, practical things you can do to connect with more people in your community and give them a chance to get to know your church.
By Sermoncentral on Feb 13, 2017
You can take a stand against “good enough ministry” in your church with a simple practice adopted from the business world: writing down how things should be done.
By Joe Mckeever on Mar 8, 2018
Joe McKeever dares you to consider re-preaching a topic--or even a sermon--to your congregation.
By Sermoncentral on Jun 18, 2020
Your sermons can reach others beyond your church and become useful resources for years to come by using a few of these practical tips.
By Maurilio Amorim on Dec 8, 2012
Maurilio Amorim gives practical ideas for integrating your Christmas program with the church's larger mission.
By Chris Surber on Jan 19, 2019
Life isn't a series of problems to be solved. It is a journey to be lived out.
By Sermoncentral on Aug 13, 2018
John Piper draws four guidelines from 1 Thessalonians to help preachers bring holiness to life.
By Dr. Frank D. Macchia on Jan 7, 2014
Practical advice whether you're a novice or an experienced hand. Check this list.
By Lance Witt on Oct 17, 2016
“What does true “unity” look like practically? If Jesus’ prayer was answered, what would be the evidence?”
By Carey Nieuwhof on Apr 1, 2016
One of the best practices you can develop as a leader is to identify your excuses and eliminate them. Start thinking and talking a different game.