By Kathleen And Kevin-Neil Ward on Feb 15, 2014
If the goal of our preaching is to connect people to God's Word, what are you willing to do to make that connection?
By Nathan Aaseng on Nov 2, 2015
A bold sermon is one in which a pastor proclaims a word of God that might anger, offend, or disconcert some of those who pay his salary.
By Michael Lukaszewski on Feb 3, 2015
Michael Lukaszewski offers six compelling reasons why Andy Stanley is one of the top communicators of our time.
By Lane Sebring on Aug 26, 2016
Recently my church hosted a leadership conference to encourage and equip our lay leaders and staff. One of the speakers at the event, Nikki, impacted me with her engaging presentation.
By Jeff Clarke on Mar 24, 2015
Personal identification and participation with Jesus marks the life of each disciple—past, present and future.
By Sherman Cox on Jun 27, 2014
Doctrinal sermons are fine, but do they connect to human experience?
By C. Christopher Smith on Feb 26, 2015
If we re-cast preaching as a kind of "slow reading," we might lead our congregations into deeper engagement with the biblical text--and with one another.
By David Lose on Nov 29, 2014
Instead of demanding repentance, what if you invited people into it?
By Peter Mead on Feb 21, 2017
People can usually sense if you are not being genuine.
By Sherman Cox on Jul 2, 2013
We preachers sometimes think that preaching the "truth" is all that is needed.
By Tyler Braun on Aug 28, 2012
Can your preaching reach the up-and-coming generations? Tyler Braun points out the most common barriers.
By John Gilman Ii on May 13, 2016
How can a group of people who are committed to seeing something great happen and are willing to put in the time and energy it takes, only to see their vision fail?
By Hershael York on Oct 3, 2018
Do you preach as a would-be writer or do you preach as a preacher?
By Greg Surratt on Oct 19, 2011
In the early days of starting Seacoast, I used to wince when someone asked for an appointment. “Was this another ‘core team member’ hanging up their spurs?”, I’d think to myself.
By Chris Surber on Oct 1, 2014
"Bigger churches can do things smaller cannot do. And little churches do things much larger churches can never do."