By Peter Mead on Mar 4, 2014
When you finish preaching, where is your listeners' final focus? The answer makes all the difference.
By Sermoncentral on Aug 3, 2021
Our preaching should make a difference. But where and how? Here are some critical markers.
By Peter Mead on Aug 16, 2013
Four aspects of preaching sound the same, but they are radically different. Do you mix them up?
By Sermoncentral on Mar 9, 2021
Two thousand years ago, Jesus gathered some ordinary misfits into a little community called the church. He trained them as his disciples, died for their sins, rose again and breathed life into them by sending his Holy Spirit.
By John Piper on Jan 17, 2018
Try to imagine the Bible without the Psalms. What a different book it would be! What a different place the church would be. And what a different person I would be.
By Dr. Susan Michael on Oct 30, 2015
Every time this irrational vitriol seems to be dying out, it reinvents itself with a different look and a different name. But the goal is always the same for anti-semitism: to rid the world of the Jewish people.
By Mark Batterson on Oct 30, 2020
There is a world of difference between preaching a sermon and living a sermon.
By Sermoncentral on Apr 7, 2014
There's a world of difference whether the message is inside you or outside you.
By James Scott on Jul 13, 2020
How do you preach? There's a world of difference between information and transformation.
By Peter Mead on Oct 1, 2018
Peter Mead works the "feeding the flock" metaphor 10 different ways.
By Sermoncentral on Sep 16, 2019
Opinions about sermon length may differ, but they are intense.
By Ray Hollenbach on Dec 22, 2018
Jesus was smuggled into Bethlehem through the womb of a teenage girl, who gave birth in a barn. That’s different.
By Rachel Blom on Aug 30, 2011
Thinking of starting off your sermon in one of these ways? You might want to try a different approach.
By Sermoncentral on Jul 12, 2019
Randy Alcorn: "We encourage believers to look at life differently—like Elisha’s servant whose eyes were opened."
By Josh Tandy on Jul 2, 2020
On his first anniversary, newcomer Josh Tandy takes time to reflect on how he'd do things differently.