By Lance Witt on Sep 25, 2017
“Everything worthwhile is uphill. Everything that is valuable, you have to work for. No one ever coasted their way to success. Most people have uphill hopes but have downhill habits.”
By Frank Viola on May 7, 2014
When a genuine church is born, it possesses within its spiritual DNA all the giftings that are in Jesus Christ.
By David Vroege on Dec 15, 2014
How do you go about breathing fresh meaning into a story everyone has already heard?
By Nathan Aaseng on Oct 16, 2013
The challenge is to make the wedding couple feel that the homily is not just a canned one, pulled out of the file and dusted off for the 35th time.
By Erik Raymond on Sep 6, 2014
So often, it's the little stuff that makes the biggest impact.
By Jeff Clarke on Jun 9, 2015
In our pursuit of Jesus, sometimes we have to (un)learn what we thought we knew.
By Peter Mead on Aug 8, 2015
Every illustration should "let the light in." Do yours?
By Ray Hollenbach on Nov 28, 2014
Some people think the Christmas verses are the stuff of Christmas pageants and cheesy dramas. They are also fuel for great preaching.
By Peter Mead on Dec 10, 2013
Peter Mead of BiblicalPreaching.net offers 15 practical suggestions. At least one or two are sure to fit your needs.
By John Beukema on Nov 11, 2011
John Beukema discusses the challenges and opportunities of providing your listeners with fresh content for holiday sermons.
By Lance Witt on Mar 18, 2016
Fresh is always better. Taking a breath of clean, fresh air is way better than inhaling polluted air. Eating fresh bread is way better than choking down a piece of dry, stale bread. And likewise, sermons that are fresh are way better than warmed over messages.
By Larry Osborne on Oct 7, 2014
How to preach fresh, connecting messages to an ever-changing church.
By Calvin Miller on Jul 21, 2018
Calvin Miller explains the balancing act between fresh presentation and outright impropriety.
By Sermoncentral on Dec 24, 2018
The Eternal Word is ever new. Come celebrate with saints centuries old.
By Diana Davis on Jun 23, 2011
Need a few fresh ideas to keep your Sunday service from predictable sameness?