By Haddon Robinson on May 18, 2013
Haddon Robinson suggests we need to do something more than talk about Bible history.
By Sherman Cox on Oct 11, 2013
"I have a sermon; maybe you can help me find a Scripture so that I can preach it."
By Earl Jackson on Oct 23, 2012
Do you think Bishop E.W. Jackson's call for a departure from the Democratic Party is justified? Could someone make a case for a mass exodus from the Republican Party as well? Share your comments below.
By Ron Forseth on Jul 16, 2014
"Should we use someone else's sermon?" I would say that in many, many cases, the answer can legitimately be "Yes."
By Joe Mckeever on May 24, 2012
Proper preparation is not for the faint of heart. It takes prayer, study, and practice.
By John Piper on Sep 18, 2018
"No other pastoral duty should be treated as solemnly and forcefully as this one simple exhortation from the Apostle Paul: Preach the Word."
By Peter Mead on Jan 30, 2014
The most recent research presents troubling results. How does your church measure up?
By James White on Aug 4, 2014
Good communicators borrow material all the time. But how should you communicate your sources of ideas and inspiration?
By Joe Mckeever on Mar 6, 2015
Those who demand a Scripture verse for everything they do place an intolerable burden on the Christian life never intended by the Heavenly Father.
By Ron Edmondson on Jul 7, 2018
Should pastors preach on topics where they have no life experience or areas they haven't yet mastered?
By Outreach, Inc. on Feb 28, 2013
The Bible miniseries airs on The History Channel beginning March 3. Here's a sneak peek with expert commentary from Rick Warren.
By Carey Nieuwhof on Jun 14, 2016
So as a church leader – as views on sexuality, family, parenting, drugs, finance and other values change – how do you respond? What do you do when the world for which you trained—maybe even the world where your approach was once effective—is disappearing before your eyes?
By Philip Holmes on Jul 7, 2016
“The reason elders are so necessary,” says Sanchez, “is because they are the means by which our sovereign king chooses to shepherd his church to display his kingdom on earth in local churches as embassies of heaven, and also to proclaim the message of the gospel, calling all people everywhere to repent and believe and enter into the kingdom. Elders shepherd the flock of God among them, under the chief Shepherd. That’s why elders are important, because it is our ascended Lord’s chosen means by which he shepherds his church.”
By Jonathon Woodyard on Aug 10, 2016
So here it is in a single sentence: After you have gone to the Bible and it has yielded sweet and glorious truths, you must take time to think over how to tell others what God has shown you, and how it applies to their lives.
By Ron Edmondson on Feb 7, 2017
In every church I’ve been in, people want to reproduce leaders, but few think they know how.