By Bernie Van Eyk on Jun 6, 2013
"Therapy has replaced theology in much contemporary preaching. The self has acquired center stage, and God, if He is there at all, has been marginalized."
By Jared Moore on Jun 11, 2013
If you want to help your hearers focus on God and think on God when they leave your service, then here are 11 things that you cannot do.
By Peter Mead on Aug 16, 2013
Four aspects of preaching sound the same, but they are radically different. Do you mix them up?
By Peter Mead on Mar 4, 2014
When you finish preaching, where is your listeners' final focus? The answer makes all the difference.
By Peter Mead on Mar 19, 2014
Where are people looking as they leave? If we're not careful, they will walk out with gaze firmly fixed on self.
By Gavin Adams on Sep 4, 2014
A deep, layered and rich sermon might impress some people, but it does it work?
By J. John on Nov 21, 2014
A British pastor reminds us, "Thanksgiving is more than an American holiday; it's a Godly holiday, as well."
By H.b. Charles, Jr. on Jul 19, 2016
To be honest, I have had to shoo flies in the pulpit many times. If you are a preacher, so have you. No, not literal flies (I hope). But preachers regularly have to push through various distractions.
By Lance Witt on Nov 21, 2016
I really do believe that many of the people you pastor are looking for simplicity.
By Tony Reinke on Feb 15, 2017
Our Twitter and Facebook habits make praying harder than ever.
By Brandon Cox on Feb 25, 2017
I believe that most of us can do more, need to do less, and that it’s possible to do more and less at the same time.
By Carey Nieuwhof on Mar 3, 2017
When you’re a church leader, you feel a lot of pressure.
By Brandon Kelley on Apr 8, 2017
A couple of years ago, I decided to make the switch from night owl to morning person and that switch has made all the difference.
By Lance Witt on Jun 19, 2017
What effects is technology having on your soul?
By Lance Witt on Jun 26, 2017
Two reasons why the constant use of technology is a danger to our soul.
By Lance Witt on Jul 3, 2017
“To do two things at once is to do neither.” Those words were not written by a distracted, multi-tasking millennial. They were written by Publilius Syrus, a Latin writer born in 85BC.
By Charles Stone on Jul 28, 2017
Ask yourself which of these four weapons of mass distraction divert you the most from leading at your best.