By Sermoncentral on Sep 27, 2017
Does the size of a church always speak of its faithfulness?
By Sermoncentral on Jun 19, 2020
Potent preaching is not marked by the application of brilliant minds, nor is it the fruit of brilliant techniques.
By Mark Driscoll on Jun 23, 2012
Mark Driscoll suggests the proper--and fruitful--approach to those great preaching topics, the parables of Jesus.
By Joe Mckeever on Oct 23, 2018
The Psalms say we can still yield fruit in our old age. Could these be your most productive years?
By Adam Russell on Oct 22, 2018
You have creatives in your church right now. It's not enough to make room for them, you should build a safe place for them, as well.
By Hal Seed on Jun 4, 2010
Hal Seed helps pastors and church leaders measure the success of their children’s ministry outreach events and retain unchurched families as a result.
By Brian Croft on Dec 2, 2017
Pastors, we must lead our wives well to capture a fruitful balance.
By Sermoncentral on Dec 9, 2016
I’ve been thinking this week about the place of joy in our lives. Mixed with hope, it’s an essential element for the perseverance of Christian leaders.
By Lance Witt on May 23, 2016
Do you mistake fruitfulness for holiness? Sit with those words a moment. What does that look like practically? And how have you seen this in your life and in the lives of other leaders?
By Charles Stone on Jul 28, 2016
As I enter the sixth decade of my life and reflect over the brokenness I’ve faced as a pastor, I’m beginning to see its great value. It still hurts and I’d prefer not to face it. Yet, I’m experiencing the fruit of brokenness: inner peace, joy, and a purpose that supersedes ‘ministry success.’
By Lance Witt on Jan 15, 2018
Ambition is a blessing and a curse. When it is God-directed and Spirit-managed, it can bear tremendous fruit. But when it is hijacked by self and ego, it can leave a wake of destruction in its path.
By Sermoncentral on Aug 19, 2017
I would not exchange any of my discipline-afflictions for anything. In fact, I have made it a habit to keep asking God to discipline me. This isn’t because I love affliction, but because the hope in God I’ve tasted in the promises of God I’ve trusted in the darkest days are the sweetest things my soul has ever known.