By Brady Boyd on Apr 20, 2020
How do you relieve ministry stress? Do you seek God for refuge or the adoration of crowds?
By Nathan Aaseng on Aug 15, 2013
"I feed off the energy of a crowd when I preach--and then there's the nursing home service."
By James O. Davis on May 29, 2020
James O. Davis reminds preachers that the length of a presentation is not determined by the clock but by the crowd.
By Ray Hollenbach on Dec 11, 2019
There's a big difference between drawing a crowd and preaching a sermon. The church is desperate for life-giving preachers.
By Sermoncentral on Jan 5, 2013
There are crowds gathered in every city, every day. The question is: how to reach them?
By Jr Miller on Sep 22, 2012
This 10-minute video is a detailed look at how--and where--to reach crowds of people in our modern day.
By Chris Surber on Dec 7, 2018
A crowd of non-churchgoers just gathered in a church. Call me crazy. I don't know much. But perhaps you should tell them about Jesus?
By Lance Witt on May 8, 2017
“Sometimes as a worship pastor,” he said, “I feel like a dancing bear. It’s my job to get up and perform for the crowd, and as long as the performance is good, everyone is happy. Except me. Something is missing and I don’t know what to do.”
By Lance Witt on Mar 4, 2016
Jesus did not come to cajole or manipulate people. He did not come to debate or lead by forceful personality. He never tried to gather a crowd or build an organization. He never marketed himself or developed his “brand”. Instead, he exemplified this quality that we all need.
By Duncan Hamilton on Apr 23, 2016
Liddell wasn’t for sale at any price. He told one congregation that ‘the greatest danger was victory,’ which he further defined as ‘bringing a man up to a level above the strength of his character’. He appealed to another to ‘keep sport free from anything that tends to lower its purity and value’ and to ‘engage in it’ for ‘the sport’s sake alone’. He revealed to a third that no cheering from an athletics crowd had given as much pleasure as his religion.