By Tim Challies on Dec 15, 2016
Technologies are good in that they allow us to carry out our God-given mandate (Gen. 4). But every technology also brings risk; it brings change. Innovations subtly shift our understanding of ourselves and the world around us.
By Chris Surber on Sep 1, 2016
He is a poor preacher who gives no offense to his listeners.
By Greg Stier on Feb 7, 2012
Greg Stier can identify with the words of the Apostle Paul: “I came to you in weakness with great fear and trembling.”
By Leslie Holmes on Mar 26, 2014
"Really smart preachers who know who they are, whose they are and who called them demonstrate that by a healthy dose of fear."
By David Lose on Mar 31, 2015
Fear and joy, despair and hope, doubt and faith--these are the two sides of our lives in this world.
By Lane Sebring on Jan 16, 2016
Have you found the sweet spot between these two sermon killers?
By Joe Mckeever on Aug 27, 2016
It’s so easy for a preacher to exhibit fear and not faith when standing before the church and calling the congregation to faithfulness and righteousness.
By H.b. Charles, Jr. on Nov 13, 2015
Preachers struggle with the temptation to make their charge from God a performance before men.
By Joe Mckeever on Oct 13, 2015
Pastor, even if people get it wrong, don’t let that stop you from doing it right.
By Bruce Salmon on Mar 14, 2018
It's a high wire act, one of which OSHA would not approve — preaching without notes. Only the most extraordinarily gifted speaker can pull it off, or so I used to think. Find out why.
By Bruce Johnson on Jan 10, 2015
Practical steps you can take each week to help move your listeners from here to there.
By Jeff Clarke on Aug 11, 2016
One of the primary reasons we struggle with differing views on any subject is that we believe acceptance equals agreement. That is, to accept a person or their argument is to agree with them.
By Ben Reed on Jul 31, 2012
If you want to preach a great sermon, here are nine things you must avoid at all costs.
By Rick Ezell on Mar 30, 2018
Use these methods to practically reach people suffering from real hurts, problems, doubts, fears, and anxieties gnawing at their faith.
By Tyler Scarlett on Aug 14, 2014
A preacher's worst fear is that the congregation will stop listening. What's far more dreadful is if the people never were listening in the first place.