By Sermoncentral on Dec 16, 2016
Since the fall of man, people have had trouble staying focused, but we live today in an age of unprecedented distraction. Since you’re already reading this on some electronic device, I don’t need to elaborate.
By Charles Stone on Jul 28, 2017
Ask yourself which of these four weapons of mass distraction divert you the most from leading at your best.
By Matt Chandler on Dec 13, 2018
There's no limit to the distractions facing a pastor, but in the end we are called to preach.
By H.b. Charles, Jr. on Apr 22, 2021
To be honest, I have had to shoo flies in the pulpit many times. If you are a preacher, so have you. No, not literal flies (I hope). But preachers regularly have to push through various distractions.
By Lance Witt on Jul 3, 2017
“To do two things at once is to do neither.” Those words were not written by a distracted, multi-tasking millennial. They were written by Publilius Syrus, a Latin writer born in 85BC.
By Jeremy Smith on Nov 12, 2019
The way you handle distractions may indicate how you see your role in the pulpit.
By Lance Witt on Jun 19, 2017
What effects is technology having on your soul?
By Lance Witt on Jun 26, 2017
Two reasons why the constant use of technology is a danger to our soul.
By Erik Raymond on Aug 18, 2018
Like so many blessings from God, we can elevate them to become a distraction or even an idol.
By Josh Reich on Nov 29, 2017
"There is a lot at stake in what we do with our mornings."
By Tony Reinke on Feb 15, 2017
Our Twitter and Facebook habits make praying harder than ever.
By Ed Stetzer on Feb 2, 2013
Are you easily distracted by high-profile ministries? You might be guilty of "ministry pornography." In this video Ed Stetzer discusses the dangers of ministry comparison with Jon Acuff.
By Steve Smith on Dec 13, 2016
Every 11 months, we get one month of waiting. It’s an interesting rhythm which should affect our cadence of busyness and distraction.
By Jon Bloom on Nov 24, 2017
"Few things sap more of our joy, are as emotionally demanding and mentally distracting, as relational conflict. And few things wreak as much havoc and destruction on lives as relational conflict. And so much of it is avoidable."
By Dan Reiland on Jun 2, 2017
Leaders who are fully engaged in their mission fight battles. There is no way to avoid battles if you want to make progress consistently. New territory is never easy, and it always comes at a price. Life never grants a free ride, and leaders don’t receive a “get out of jail free” card when it comes to solving serious problems. The good news is that we don’t fight alone.