By Sermoncentral on Aug 19, 2013
Pastor Brian Zhand presents the Gospel in two different, creative ways using folding chairs.
By Jeff K. Clarke on Oct 12, 2017
“The essence of forgiveness is absorbing pain instead of giving it.” – Timothy Keller
By Chris Surber on Sep 29, 2018
Love in the pastorate--not logic in the academic hall--wins people to Christ.
By Sermoncentral on Feb 15, 2021
In part 2 of this powerful message, John Piper relates marriage to the gospel, and its importance for our lives.
By Barry O. Johnson on Aug 3, 2018
Barry Johnson offers some helpful insights into the state of the Church in America, and offers a loving call for pastors to take bold steps of faith wherever God has planted them.
By R. C. Sproul on Jul 26, 2017
From God’s perspective, love is the chief of all virtues. But what is love?
By Sermoncentral on May 22, 2017
Ephesians 4:15 tells us to speak the truth in love, not to withhold the truth in love. Real love doesn’t quit or give up; it will offer help and point to Jesus Christ as the only true source of healing and forgiveness.
By Sermoncentral on Apr 16, 2020
God has given you so many limitations because he loves you.
By Paul Baloche on Mar 28, 2012
Consider preaching on the topic of Paul Baloche's "The Same Love"--review a sermon at http://www.sermoncentral.com/sermons/the-same-love-eric-johnson-sermon-on-worship-general-165682.asp.
By Tony Reinke on May 1, 2017
We all seem to sense that — for good or bad — our smartphones are changing us, our habits, and our relationships.
By Sermoncentral on Aug 29, 2020
"There is an intense wrestling match with God’s Word as I prepare to preach. I've grown to love it."
By Sermoncentral on Jan 14, 2017
I often wonder what the church would look like if it really accepted the challenge to love everybody.
By Josh Reich on Jan 31, 2018
I think hospitality has the power to change the relationships we have. It is that powerful.
By Sermoncentral on May 15, 2017
Micah 6:8 exposes me: I can love abstract ideas of justice and kindness, and neglect their concrete expression. It admonishes me: I cannot “do justice” or “love kindness” without loving real people. It humbles me, which is just what the Doctor ordered, if I’m really ready to walk with him.