By John Pond on Aug 29, 2013
What we say is powerful in such a vulnerable situation, and we should tread carefully.
By Harry Reeder on Oct 17, 2013
Here's why one seasoned pastor considers preaching a funeral one of his greatest privileges.
By Chris Surber on Feb 7, 2014
A crowd of non-churchgoers just gathered in a church. Call me crazy. I don't know much. But perhaps you should tell them about Jesus?
By Joe Mckeever on Apr 9, 2014
This Q & A answers, "Why are all preachers nuts?" and other things people want to know.
By Jared Moore on Oct 31, 2014
Don't miss an opportunity to preach the gospel--but don't blow it, either.
By John Powell on Mar 26, 2016
We are people of conviction and kindness. This means we cannot just preach anyone into heaven, because we haven’t been given the authority to do so. Also, we can’t condemn anyone because we don’t know their heart.
By Joe Mckeever on Apr 6, 2016
There is a danger turning faith into fairy tale for our own comfort. At the same time it may help us to approach someone with biblical truths after we understand their line of thinking.
By Paul Baloche on Apr 22, 2016
Some of the hardest yet most inspiring times of worship occur during funerals. The raw emotions of sadness and loss are mixed with a sense of hope and eternal perspective.
By H.b. Charles, Jr. on May 19, 2016
Brief. Gospel-centered. Be sensitive to family. There are other important factors to consider when preaching funerals. But these three pieces of advice are a good place to start.
By Chris Surber on Oct 21, 2016
Preaching Christ at the funeral of an unbeliever requires the subtle art of careful preaching. It’s as much about what you don’t say as what you do say.