By Philip Nation on Nov 14, 2018
Why do we think every sermon has to be a home run?
By Jared Moore on Oct 24, 2015
Help your people focus on God and think on God when they leave your service--here are 11 traps to avoid.
By Charles Stone on Mar 28, 2015
Three factors have made the biggest positive difference for me: preparing my heart before the Lord, scheduling adequate study time to avoid feeling rushed and practicing preaching my sermon.
By Lane Sebring on Mar 1, 2017
I want to show you why I believe the often neglected step of rehearsing the sermon is essential to great sermon delivery.
By Nicholas Mcdonald on May 31, 2014
The content is solid and the application is spot on, but there's one more way to improve.
By Julian Freeman on Oct 12, 2018
From preparation to delivery, keep an eye out for these preaching traps.
By Tim Raymond on Dec 28, 2015
By all means, do your best in the preparation and delivery of your messages, but leave the results entirely up to God.
By Peter Mead on Sep 8, 2018
Commentaries are resources for preachers, not sources for sermons. Watch out for these three pitfalls when using commentaries in your sermon prep and delivery.
By Mark Batterson on Jan 25, 2014
A hint: It has nothing to do with delivery or style. It has everything to do with the most important kind of content.
By Peter Walters on Sep 15, 2017
We have a new family in our church with no church background at all. When I prepare to preach I think of them and go the extra mile to make my message as understandable and relatable as possible.