By Rick Warren on Jan 19, 2013
Rick Warren explains what he calls "Purpose Driven Preaching."
By Peter Mead on Jan 22, 2015
Do the actual effects of our preaching match our intended effects?
By Ken Collins on May 18, 2012
Have you ever taken the time to define the "why" of your weekly task? Here's one list from a veteran pastor.
By Don Ballard on Apr 30, 2018
How can pastors apply Stephen Covey's principle, 'Begin With the End in Mind', to the area of preaching and teaching the Bible?
By Peter Mead on Aug 31, 2011
Remember, the goal of sermon preparation is an oral message, not a polished manuscript for publication.
By John Ortberg on Oct 26, 2011
Your goal is to wash the minds of your people in the Word so that Christ is formed in them. That’s biblical preaching.
By Outreach Magazine on Jul 11, 2018
Busy teaching pastors need time away from the pulpit to study, pray, rest, and refocus on the goal.
By Kathleen And Kevin-Neil Ward on Feb 15, 2014
If the goal of our preaching is to connect people to God's Word, what are you willing to do to make that connection?
By Hugh Halter on Feb 26, 2014
"The goal of our existence is to learn how to leverage everything God has given us."
By Brandon Cox on Aug 14, 2017
Success isn’t about beating giants. It’s about building a life that grows through trials and challenges.
By Lance Witt on Nov 20, 2017
How do you define a "win" in ministry?
By Ron Edmondson on Nov 20, 2017
"All of us make mistakes and occasionally need someone to help us become better at what we do. This should always be the end goal of correction."
By Josh Reich on Mar 19, 2016
The goal of every sermon is to get to the resurrection. Each and every week we do the same thing: “We are broken and can’t fix ourselves. Our only hope is found in the life, death and resurrection of Jesus.”
By Brandon Cox on Aug 5, 2017
"Eliminate friction!!" That’s the goal most of us have when it comes to leading a team, or a church, or a company. But what if friction is actually the key to getting things moving in the right direction?
By Focus On The Family on Sep 15, 2017
As Christians, we all know how important it is to equip kids with a sense of joy in reading God’s Word and the confidence to freely express their faith in Jesus. But that goal is becoming more difficult in today’s culture.