By Ray Hollenbach on Jul 24, 2021
Preaching the cross is powerful and necessary, but there is more for us to say.
By Sermoncentral on Apr 5, 2022
You can take a stand against “good enough ministry” in your church with a simple practice adopted from the business world: writing down how things should be done.
By Steven Lawson on Dec 18, 2019
Strangely enough, it is merciless to withhold the declaration of divine vengeance.
By Ron Edmondson on Jun 19, 2018
Are you honest enough to agree with any of these secrets pastors keep in the ministry?
By Julian Freeman on Oct 12, 2018
From preparation to delivery, keep an eye out for these preaching traps.
By Peter Mead on May 13, 2021
The rest of the Bible is built on the foundation of Genesis, and so preaching it enough and preaching it well are very important. Here are three errors to avoid.
By Marty Duren on May 20, 2019
"A pastor’s normal excessive scrutiny about his preaching is bad enough, but it is made worse when these five lies are believed."
By Ray Hollenbach on May 18, 2018
Loving someone enough to help them find freedom from their fears and appetites is the heart of church discipline.
By Steven Furtick on May 15, 2012
Steven Furtick: "If you’re never accused of being arrogant, you’re [probably] not being ambitious enough."
By Sermoncentral on Apr 4, 2019
The truth is not enough. We need wisdom, prayer and excellence.
By Sherman Haywood Cox on May 21, 2021
In many churches, there are simply not enough opportunities to preach for all of the unpaid associates and assistants. What to do?
By Peter Walters on Feb 9, 2022
I think we don’t take seriously enough the fact that taking care of our bodies is a spiritual issue.
By Sherman Haywood Cox on May 7, 2019
Address people where they are, but take them to another place to meet the Sovereign of the Universe.
By Peter Mead on Nov 28, 2018
"Explain and apply" just isn't enough for modern preaching. Too often there's one crucial element missing.
By Ron Edmondson on Jan 30, 2021
People will feel they’ve not been listened to, no one cares, or even they are unloved. They’ll take it personal enough to leave the organization. It should never be because we simply chose not to respond in a timely way.