By Brandon Kelley on Mar 23, 2022
Timothy Keller seems to have the pulse of our present culture in a way that I’ve not encountered before.
By Ron Edmondson on May 7, 2021
You can’t recruit leaders – at least not effectively – if you never develop a culture to do so.
Reproducing cultures reproduce leaders.
By Ed Stetzer on Feb 23, 2022
This article is the last of six in a series on preaching in light of cultural shifts and biblical illiteracy.
By Sermoncentral on Jan 10, 2017
The church should be providing a counter-cultural balance to our fame obsession. Instead, we feed into it.
By Ed Stetzer on Jan 19, 2022
This article is the second of six in a series on preaching in light of cultural shifts and biblical illiteracy.
By Trevin Wax on May 4, 2022
What if the biggest danger ahead for Christians today is something we don’t expect, but should?
By Sermoncentral on Sep 17, 2020
Our responsibility is not only to feed the flock a balanced diet from Scripture but also to create a church culture within our congregation.
By Joe Mckeever on Jul 9, 2018
No gospel worker who remains aloof from the culture where he goes to minister will have much effect on it.
By Mark Driscoll on Sep 29, 2012
Pastor Mark Driscoll believes knowing the culture is an essential part of preaching.
By Mike Breen on Nov 6, 2018
It's tempting. It's alluring. And it's the best way to kill your church.
By Joe Hoagland on Mar 26, 2022
What I always try to get across is there is no magic bullet to reach millennials.
By Sermoncentral on Mar 19, 2022
Every church website needs a porn page – a page dedicated to pornography.
By Eugene Peterson on Jul 14, 2021
"I grew up in a culture which was very entertainment-centered. Pastors were really good storytellers, and they were attractive people, glamorous."
By Karina Kreminski on Nov 30, 2016
It saddens me that some people see the need for change in the church, yet God’s people keep doing the same thing as if minor tweaking will stop the decline of the Western church.
By Sermoncentral on Mar 4, 2022
I’ve noticed that for a couple thousand years now, the church has had this tendency to be quick to point out what is wrong with the church, but slow to affirm what is right.