By Tyler Scarlett on Apr 5, 2014
There's no Mt. Sinai for preachers, but maybe there should be. This list is a good start.
By David J. Lose on Nov 18, 2014
Here's the problem: Thanksgiving--that is, the genuine expression of gratitude--can't be forced.
By Pete Wilson on May 16, 2012
Pete Wilson is grateful for the day when someone finally put a clock on his preaching.
By Tyler Scarlett on Apr 10, 2018
Everyone makes mistakes, but for all the mistakes preachers can (and do) make, here are 10 that we should do our best to avoid at all costs.
By Andy Stanley on Mar 9, 2018
The Bible has its share of thou-shalts and thou-shalt-nots. But at the same time, the Bible talks an awful lot about grace. So which is it? Or if it’s both, how do they fit together?
By Yuri Doroshuk on Mar 15, 2019
Thou shall be interesting! Here's guidance.
By Brandon Kelley on Aug 24, 2017
If you haven’t grasped this yet, your sermon introduction is vitally important. But what does it look like to knock the introduction out of the park? What are some things to avoid? What are some things to ensure are a part of it? Let’s dive into the 10 commandments of an effective sermon introduction!
By Peter Walters on Oct 29, 2016
I think we don’t take seriously enough the fact that taking care of our bodies is a spiritual issue.
By Sermoncentral on Dec 15, 2018
The Scriptures command us to do more than repeat what's already been done, and to look for God to do what He's never done before.
By Mary Schaller on Sep 26, 2012
An "aircraft carrier church" has a clear mission that stems from the Great Commandment and the Great Commission.
By Karl Vaters on Apr 10, 2017
Not every pastor is called to cast a grand, singular vision for their congregation.
By Sermoncentral on Aug 25, 2017
“Think over what I say,” commands the Lord. How can a faithful student of the Bible do this without leaning on commentaries and scholars?
By Mark Driscoll on Aug 24, 2013
The Bible commands us to "preach the word," but it does not give us a singular method for doing so. Here's how Mark Driscoll goes about it.