By Sermoncentral on Aug 19, 2013
Pastor Brian Zhand presents the Gospel in two different, creative ways using folding chairs.
By Lance Witt on Feb 1, 2021
Can you imagine going to a theater to watch a hundred million dollar movie only to discover there isn’t a final scene? Can you imagine a race car driver leading the entire race and then in the final lap, stops paying attention and loses the race? Can you imagine getting directions on Google Maps and it not giving you the directions for the last mile?
By Sermoncentral on Sep 15, 2018
Are you willing to be hated for preaching the gospel?
By Dave Rhodes on Aug 24, 2020
What happens when we speak and preach and live out a Kingdom-less gospel?
By Outreach Magazine on Jun 23, 2021
Respected author and missiologist joins Outreach team to amplify the gospel.
By Jared Moore on Dec 19, 2018
There are plenty of things we can do to improve our style, but does the gospel get lost in the garnish?
By Scot Mcknight on Oct 4, 2011
In this two-part video Scot McKnight seeks to asnswer the question: Did Jesus Preach the Gospel?
By Greg Stier on Apr 27, 2018
Greg Stier offers three reasons for sharing a clear Gospel message in every sermon.
By Sermoncentral on Aug 13, 2020
Tailoring your message to fit the audience is good planning. Changing the content of the gospel is something else entirely.
By Sermoncentral on Oct 12, 2015
As ministers of the Gospel, let's stop dumbing down the Gospel in the way we speak.
By Lance Witt on Nov 13, 2017
Are we truly broken for the lost?
By Ray Hollenbach on Mar 13, 2019
When we preach we plant seeds, but what will grow from the seeds we plant?
By David Fitch on Oct 31, 2020
Communities live life in and among the neighborhoods: the stuff of everyday life has numerous opportunities to proclaim the gospel.
By Sermoncentral on Dec 18, 2020
Peddlers are driven by greed for money and fear of pain. But let us preach Christ as the all-satisfying treasure and God-satisfying obedience.
By Peter Mead on Aug 18, 2021
How God works despite us and our preaching (and we need to be thankful for that!).