By Sherman Cox on Jun 29, 2012
If you have trouble finding something to celebrate, look for the Good News first. The celebration will jump out at you.
By Ray Hollenbach on Jun 22, 2015
"Repent" is the first word of the good news. Belief comes as we help our listeners rethink a way of life based upon what God has already done.
By Travis Hearn on Dec 11, 2013
When you're giving good news to someone, how do you give it?
By David Lose on Sep 10, 2013
When to insist on law and when to suspend it? For whom? Will things fall apart if we get it wrong?
By Sherman Cox on Sep 20, 2013
The fact of the matter is that the Kingdom of God is near. It is not good news to those who do not wish to give up all for the kingdom.
By Nicholas Mcdonald on Mar 6, 2014
It may seem like the perfect way to lighten up a sermon, but perhaps you should run it through this helpful checklist.
By Sherman Cox on Feb 9, 2012
We love to preach the Good News, but it doesn't reach its full potential until it challenges us to dream big.
By Peter Mead on Apr 22, 2013
In order to preach good news and not turn it into burdensome law, first we look up, then we look out.
By Nathan Aaseng on May 3, 2013
"Don't confuse me with the one who saves souls; I'm just a messenger bearing good news."
By Shawn Lovejoy on May 8, 2017
Family and work can’t be balanced. The good news is that it’s not supposed to be.
By Charles Stone on Jan 6, 2015
Good news! There are ways we can help people pay more attention to our sermons.
By Mark Dever on Jun 10, 2013
Pastor Mark Dever contrasts the simplicity of presenting the good news with the importance of teaching doctrinal discernment.
By Ron Forseth on Nov 9, 2016
Preaching is an opportunity to creatively illustrate the urgency of the gospel and to challenge believers to watch for those people God brings into their lives to tell them about Christ—or at least to invite them to church to hear it where they know their pastor will consistently and clearly share the good news.
By Dan Reiland on Jun 2, 2017
Leaders who are fully engaged in their mission fight battles. There is no way to avoid battles if you want to make progress consistently. New territory is never easy, and it always comes at a price. Life never grants a free ride, and leaders don’t receive a “get out of jail free” card when it comes to solving serious problems. The good news is that we don’t fight alone.