By Brad Lomenick on Feb 21, 2011
52 insightful quotes from Brad Lomenick that pertain to the preaching and pastoral audience.
By Rick Ezell on Aug 24, 2011
Following Jesus can never be done in a hurry. It is not a hundred yard dash. If we want to follow someone, we can’t go faster than the one who is leading.
By Ben Mandrell on Aug 6, 2018
If the "preacher population" is shrinking, perhaps you have a role to play that could impact generations to come.
By Chris Surber on Sep 5, 2014
We have a lot of people genuinely called, sincerely gifted people who struggle to find their way past the gatekeepers in our churches and denominations.
By Brian Croft on Apr 30, 2015
It's amazing the number in local churches who are considering a call to preach but are never given the opportunity to actually preach.to
By Tony Reinke on May 13, 2017
A spectacular waterfall exposed me to how my smartphone habits are getting passed to my kids.
By Karl Vaters on Mar 16, 2017
We can either whine about how the new generation chooses to worship, or we can worship and minister with them. But we can’t do both.
By Steven Hitz on Jan 18, 2017
There is a growing disconnect with Millennials because of the stereotypes many people hold about them.
By Ron Edmondson on Jul 13, 2018
Ron Edmondson: "Leaders should energize others to realize their dreams, not stifle them."
By Francis Chan on Nov 22, 2011
Chan encourages us to pray for a new encounter with God.
By Peter Mead on Mar 26, 2018
Finishing a sermon is neither easy nor natural. Peter Mead offers some observances of poor sermon endings and some hints on how to finish strong.
By Perry Noble on Jun 13, 2011
"I honestly believe I’ve got the best idea ever for a sermon series in your church…one that will lead to breakthroughs, one that will be talked about until Jesus comes back."
By Perry Noble on May 10, 2018
Perry Noble shares a powerful list of leadership questions from his study in the book of James.
By Ray Hollenbach on May 18, 2018
Loving someone enough to help them find freedom from their fears and appetites is the heart of church discipline.
By Michael Warden on Jan 11, 2012
Do you know where to draw the line between your role as a top-level leader and everyone else's role in the church?