By Ray Hollenbach on Apr 2, 2022
Jesus modeled agreement with the Father by doing God’s will in perilous times.
By Sermoncentral on Feb 27, 2019
How do you define a church slump? More importantly, what do you do when it happens?
By Peter Mead on Jul 29, 2021
Paul wrote and he wrote very strongly, but where was his confidence?
By Mark Mohler on Apr 9, 2019
Sermons are not made for paper--they're made for the human ear. Have you tried listening to yours?
By Ray Hollenbach on Oct 2, 2020
Spend ten minutes with history's great preachers and come away renewed and re-focused!
By Joe Hoagland on Aug 15, 2019
Jesus is not just about getting rid of a bunch of behaviors but it is also about living out positive actions inspired by the grace and love of Jesus.
By Francis Chan on May 12, 2018
Francis Chan says that his life is not radical compared to the lives in the Book of Acts.
By Sermoncentral on May 20, 2022
Our mind-sets make a huge difference in how we perceive our circumstances.
By Tod Bolsinger on Jun 9, 2021
There's a gap between our aspired values and our actions. Effective pastors/preachers help us "mind the gap."
By Sermoncentral on Aug 31, 2020
At the end of our expounding of the Scriptures, people need to know what to do with what we just said, and they need to be provoked to take action.
By Carey Nieuwhof on Apr 3, 2019
What's the difference between a sermon that changes someone's life and one that no one can remember even as they drive out of the parking lot?
By Ron Edmondson on Apr 7, 2021
My heart is for leaders. I have been in leadership roles for over three decades now. I’ve led large and small teams. Through my ministry I’ve worked with hundreds of leaders. A mentor of mine always reminds me the success of whatever is being led always reflects back to leadership.
By Christina Fox on Jun 14, 2022
A certain amount of self-evaluation can be good. We should have insight into ourselves, our motives, our choices, and our actions. But sometimes we can go too far. When self-evaluation ends with ourselves instead of pointing us beyond ourselves, there’s a problem.