By C.j. Mahaney on Nov 13, 2017
"If more people approached the Bible with a deep sense of helplessness, and hope-filled reliance on God’s merciful assistance, there would be far more seeing and savoring and transformation than there is.”
By Sermoncentral on Jan 10, 2019
Phil Strout: "Everyone has an opinion. And guess what? So does God, and he's communicated it to us."
By Sermoncentral on Dec 30, 2013
How we transform God's promise for a nation and make it all about ourselves.
By Eugene Peterson on Jun 17, 2013
Before Eugene Peterson was a professor and writer, he was a pastor. Here's his wise counsel regarding handling God's word.
By Lance Witt on Aug 22, 2016
In your opinion, what is the most important word in the Bible?
And you can’t say God or Jesus.
By Sermoncentral on May 13, 2014
"It's tempting to open your Bible and search for something--anything!--to inspire your next sermon. Please resist that temptation."
By Brandon Smith on Jan 18, 2018
Whatever you do, just read the Bible.
By Randy Alcorn on Jan 5, 2018
I’m reminded of what the Huguenots said of the Bible and its critics: “Hammer away ye hostile hands; your hammers break, God’s Anvil stands.”
By Ed Stetzer on Oct 3, 2013
LifeWay Research discovered four common factors in good preaching. Are they part of yours?
By Ray Hollenbach on Jan 31, 2019
Those of us who feed God's flock must become God's storytellers. Here's the journey we must take.
By Peter Mead on Oct 5, 2018
God is not boring. The Bible is not boring. So why is some preaching boring?
By Peter Mead on Oct 4, 2019
"We should be concerned when there is a lack of motivation for God's Word--both in our own lives and in those we care about."
By Dr. Larry Moyer on Feb 9, 2018
Larry Moyer advises pastors to beware of five misconceptions of God’s Word that can adversely affect our outreach to non-Christians.
By Peter Mead on Oct 6, 2018
Many preachers begin with "Open your Bibles ..." But how long do those Bibles stay open?
By Paul Caminiti on Mar 16, 2018
In North America, we have more Bibles than ever, but less and less real engagement. Why?